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Picky: An App that Helps You Choose Skincare Products Based on Your Skin Type

Picky: An App that Helps You Choose Skincare Products Based on Your Skin Type

Picky is an app that makes it easy for all beauty fanatics to learn more about skincare. It is also a venue for newbies to identify which products work best for their skin.

As you download and open an account with Picky, you will be asked to answer a few questions regarding your skin. And based on your answers, the app will analyze your general skin type.

So every time you search for a skincare product, the app will use your data to evaluate whether the product is suitable for your skin or not.

A red, yellow, or green checkmark is found on the upper left corner to indicate whether the product is risky, worth a try, or a holy grail for your skin. 

Picky can also show you the rating of the product with 1 as the lowest and 5 as the highest. 

Picky will enumerate the skin concerns that the product can address based on the active ingredients.  

If you have sensitive skin, you have nothing to worry about because the app can tell you if the product is too strong, compatible with your skin type and if it contains harmful chemicals.  

There are also honest reviews from other Picky users sharing their pros and cons about the product making it easier for you to decide whether you should give it a try or not. 

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Dr. Ellie Reyes

About the Author: Dr. Elli Reyes is a specialist of Aesthetic Medicine from the Philippines. With over four years of specialized training, her aesthetic practice has involved a variety of skin treatments involving Botox, fillers, and the like. As a licensed physician, she has been engaged by multiple clinics and is regularly interviewed by the local media as an expert in the science of the skin. Her research and writings to date have centered on nutrition, functional health, and general beauty.

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