DDF Skincare is launching in January to select Sephora store events a technology that will allow skin care consumers the ability to receive an on-site skin evaluation.
The DDF Skin Evaluation System is a combination of software developed by DDF, dermatologists and a leading clinical imaging provider, Canfield Scientific, which utilizes technology previously only available at a dermatologist’s office. According to DDF, which is owned by Procter & Gamble Co., 64 percent of women have never had a dermatologist assess their skin.
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