All you need to know about digital development in the "skin business"

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Vision

The Vision of the Skin & Digital Summit is to create and facilitate a comprehensive conversation about what advances in digital technology & artificial intelligence can bring to the Skin Business at large (dermatology, aesthetics, skincare).

As numerous skin centric digital start-ups are launched, at a time where Google will soon launch Derm Assist and with TikTok, Reddit & Instagram influencing the skin business, such conversation is of prime importance for the dermatology / skin communities.

The skincare industry is in prime position to apply advances in digital technology & artificial intelligence to its advantage. Other dermatology stakeholders would do well to take inspiration from the industry and develop adapted data-driven 24/7 engagement, hyper-personalized experience & integrated e-pharmacy or social commerce strategies.

Skin & Digital Summit (SDS)

ATTEND THE CONVERSATION

  • June 4th Summit is hosted by IMCAS. Only available on site.
  • June 24th Summit is hosted by AID. Only available on line, and please register for free.
  • December 10th Annual Summit. Only available on line, and please register for free.

  • June 5th “Skin & Digital Startups” is hosted by IMCAS. Only available on site. In collaboration with MWI  and SDS.
10:30 - 10:33 CET
Introduction

Introduction

Dominique du Crest

10:33 - 10:50 CET
The consumerization of Aesthetics

The consumerization of Aesthetics

Tom Seery

10:50 - 11:07 CET
Skin – TikTok influence

Skin – TikTok influence

Diala Haykal

11:07 - 11:24 CET
Skin & the Metaverse

Skin & the Metaverse

Anthony M Rossi

11:24 - 11:41 CET
Digitizing skin cancer research

Digitizing skin cancer research

Merete Haedersal

11:41 - 11:53 CET
How digital platform can be used to spur innovation in Dermatology ?

How digital platform can be used to spur innovation in Dermatology ?

Lilit Garibyan

11:53 - 12:00 CET
Conclusion & next steps

Conclusion & next steps

Dominique du Crest

WATCH THE REPLAY

Replay available here : https://youtu.be/bsIILjH8iYo

14:00 - 14:05 CET
Introduction

Introduction

Dominique du Crest

14:05 - 14:15 CET
Skinive: developments in digital technology

Skinive: developments in digital technology

Kirill Astarov

14:15 - 14:25 CET
Miiskin: developments in digital technology

Miiskin: developments in digital technology

Jon Friis

14:25 - 14:35 CET
Revieve: developments in digital technology

Revieve: developments in digital technology

Camilo Pirllo

14:35 - 14:45 CET
Formel Skin: developments in digital technology

Formel Skin: developments in digital technology

Sarah Bechstein

14:45 - 14:55 CET
Embrace your sunscreen like you embrace your BFF

Embrace your sunscreen like you embrace your BFF

Christine Dierickx

14:55 - 15:05 CET
What is the best personal care product for each unique skin?

What is the best personal care product for each unique skin?

Tiago Matos

15:05 - 15:15 CET
Piction Health - developments in digital technology

Piction Health - developments in digital technology

Neal Kumar

15:15 CET

Q&A and conclusion

WATCH THE REPLAY

Replay available here : https://youtu.be/GDI_3iH3WC8

09:30 - 09:33 EST
Introduction

Introduction

Dominique du Crest

09:33 - 09:49 EST
Access to dermatology care and digital technology

Access to dermatology care and digital technology

Roxana Daneshjou

09:49 - 10:05 EST
Misinformation in dermatology

Misinformation in dermatology

Jules Lipoff

10:05 - 10:21 EST
Is the smart bathroom the future focus for dermatology and skincare?

Is the smart bathroom the future focus for dermatology and skincare?

Alexander Zink

10:21 - 10:26 EST
Democratizing dermatology & skincare with AI

Democratizing dermatology & skincare with AI

Yoram Harth

10:26 - 10:30 EST
Conclusion & next steps

Conclusion & next steps

Dominique du Crest

WATCH THE REPLAY
Program is under preparation and will encompass the following themes:

Program is under preparation and will encompass the following themes:

Dominique du Crest

  • Blockchain technology and NFTs applied to the skin business
  • Sensors & AI advances for mainstream skin conditions and skincare
  • Digital divide
  • Teledermatology, e-commerce, social commerce and e-pharmacy
  • Misinformation in skincare & aesthetics
  • Start-up corner

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LISTEN TO THE Event Speakers – June 4th

Tom Seery

Founder, RealSelf

Diala Haykal

Aesthetic Doctor

Anthony M Rossi

Dermatologist

Merete Haedersal

Dermatologist

Lilit Garibyan

Dermatologist

Dominique du Crest

Co-founder Skin Digital Summit

LISTEN TO THE Event Speakers – June 24th

Roxana Daneshjou

Dermatologist

Jules Lipoff

Dermatologist

Alexander Zink

Dermatologist

Yoram Harth

Dermatologist

Dominique du Crest

Co-founder Skin Digital Summit

Scientific partners

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