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L’Oreal And Alibaba Unveiled A Pimple And Acne Testing App For Smartphones


Tech giant Alibaba and Frech personal care company L’Oreal have unveiled the world’s first acne-testing mobile application with use of artificial intelligence (AI). The application is called Effaclar Spotscan which is developed by La Roche-Posay.


The main goal of the application is to bring user a more comfortably and convenience acne-testing without going having a dermatological support. As we all know a meeting with a dermatologist already costs a lot. The mobile application will provide personalized and scientific solutions to the acne.


Photo source: La Roche-Posay

How the Effaclar Spotscan works?

The application uses an artificial intelligence (AI) technology to generate test report. The application must use three newly taken selfies (3photos – left, center, right) and will be uploaded to the application and make sure the photos are properly shot. The AI technology will analyze and will provide skin care suggestion that is based on the current condition of the skin.


If the application detects severe acne conditions, it will help you connect to a professional dermatological consultation. The mobile application also detects, blackheads, whiteheads, pigmentation and the regular pimple. The app will provide corresponding skin care product combination that can purchased online.


Photo source: La Roche-Posay
Prior the generation of the Effaclar Spotscan, L’Oreal have analyzed more than 6,000 images of different customers in different races with different skin types and changing levels of acne from different genders and ages to have enough foundation for accurate test.

With the help of Effaclar Spotscan, the modern technology and innovation will help anyone to have mobile testing skin and gain a better understanding in the state of the skin and proper choose of skin care solution without going out of homes.
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