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  July 30, 2020

App of the week : Good Face

Good Face app helps you build your perfect skincare routine. 

This clean beauty app is designed to match the user with a custom skincare routine and beauty products that are safe and effective for their unique skin.

It is based on the user’s unique skin type, needs and lifestyle and backed by science and the world’s largest cosmetic database. The app matches a personalized skincare regimen for the user’s skin and put together from its favorite brands.

App key features :

– Get Your Best Match

Complete your skin profile, and get a skincare routine and product recommendations for your unique needs.

– Know Before You Buy

Ingredients matter. Search the Good Face Index™ to learn if your products are safe for you to use or get recommendations on how to swap to clean beauty. If you don’t see a product listed, you can snap a picture of it on the app, and you will get a safety assessment within 48 hours.

– Compare and Shop

Explore products from over 4,500 brands, and compare prices when you’re shopping online or in-store. Click through and buy from verified retailers.

– Learn from Experts and Peers

Connect with a community of skin experts and clean beauty enthusiasts to ask questions and share skincare reviews.

If you want to learn more about trends and innovative ideas from around the world, feel free to contact us !

   Monia MERABET

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