Our device was in a study of 10,000 Korean consumers. They used GPSkin to measure their skin moisture distributions and understand trends.
Our IoT-based skin measurement devices allow eczema research to happen at home. Our tools provide insights into skin measurements and monitor scratching activity.
Home Care Solution Research
The GPSKIN Barrier is the world’s first IoT skin measure device. Our solution monitors both transepidermal water loss (TEWL) and skin moisture levels (SCH) at the same time. This provides unique insights into skin health, in a way not previously possible. In particular, GPSKIN Barrier Pro 2 can be used to perform research on humans, dogs, cats, mice, biopsy skin, 3D skin cultures, and Franz cells.
Samsung Seoul Hospital, Seoul National University Hospital, Asan Hospital, Korea University Hospital, University of Wisconsin, Kunming University Seoul Medical Center, 6 atopic asthma education information centers (Gangwon, Gyeonggi, Gyeongbuk, Gwangju, Daejeon, Busan)
L’Oreal, Kiehl’s, Johnson & Johnson P&G, Unilever, Estée Lauder, Dr. Cilabo, Pierre Fabre, UCSF, NJH, Stanford University, Northwestern University, OHSU