Evidence Skincare offers complementary skin surveys

June 18, 2020

Evidence Skincare is now offering consumers a complementary skin survey to help identify consumers' problem areas, recommend skincare regimens and provide suggestions on what products might work best for them.

Evidence Skincare (ESK) will be providing complementary virtual skin surveys to help consumers pinpoint their skin problem areas and identify what products work best for their needs.

The free skin survey includes recommendations for treating each person’s skin, info about ESK ingredients and a personalized skincare regimen.

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ESK is an Australia-based skincare company focused on being cruelty-free and science based, according to the press release. The company was founded in 2012 by husband and wife duo Daniel Rubinstein and Dr. Ginni Mansberg. The products were exclusively distributed through medical practices until 2016 when they became available for purchase by the general public.

“I think this is part of a broader trend where users are becoming better informed and more confident to expect tailored service and solutions, rather than the one size fits all treatment of yesterday,” Dr. Mansberg says about the rise in evidence-based skincare.

The ESK skin survey can be found on the skincare company’s website.

References:

1. Evidence Skincare. (2020, June 15). The Evidence-Based Skincare Products You Should Snag This Summer [Press release]. Retrieved June 18, 2020.