Lululab Showcases Brand New AI-Based Beauty Products at the IECSC in NY

Lululab LUMINI

lululab, an AI-based beauty solution provider, will exhibit its AI skincare at the IECSC in New York. Lululab, a spinoff of Samsung’s C-Lab, and a member of Born2Global Centre, developed the AI skincare assistant called LUMINI.

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LUMINI scans and analyzes a person’s facial skin in under 10 seconds and uses the results of its analysis to recommend the beauty products best suited for the condition of the user’s skin.

IECSC New York attendees and media were able to demo LUMINI’s 3-step advanced skin care process: AI skin analysis and recommendation of appropriate treatments, curating skin care products for at-home aftercare, and share the skin data history and the next treatment schedule by mobile app.

lululab also introduced its AI-based K-beauty curation service. Through collaboration with famous K-beauty brands, says a press release.

AI skincare

“If you had to rely on the personal capabilities and experience of skin care professionals in the past, LUMINI can now help people to get the personalized services based on objective data,” said Yongjoon Choe, CEO of lululab. “By collecting big data on skin types related to ethnic origin and environment, we aim to transform LUMINI into an AI solution that recommends not only skin care products but customized lifestyles and foods for all kinds of users.”

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A spin-off of C-Lab, the in-house venture company program of Samsung Electronics, lululab is a fast-growing Ai-based beauty startup. Lululab’s AI skincare LUMINI scans and analyzes a person’s facial skin. LUMINI was named a CES 2019 Innovation Awards Honoree in the biotech category for its novel use of skin data in the beauty industry and was selected as one of the Winners of Cosmoprof Awards Asia in the skincare category at COSMOPROF ASIA 2018. Also, this solution won prestigious design awards including iF DESIGN AWARD and Red Dot Design Award in 2018.

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