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Onegevity Partners with Unilever to Develop Personalized Solutions for Consumers Suffering from Acne

Onegevity, a health intelligence company and subsidiary of Thorne HealthTech, announced it has partnered with Unilever, one of the world’s leading companies for beauty and personal care products, to unlock a more personalized approach to acne intervention and care.

The research partnership will explore how multi-omics (multiple biological disciplines) can unlock more personalized acne interventions and solutions. Using Onegevity’s artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning capabilities to assess the billions of biological features that influence the state of an individual’s health, the partnership seeks to develop new diagnostic models that offer bespoke acne management regiments.

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As part of the partnership with Unilever, Onegevity will collect, curate, and synthesize multi-omics data on acne and skin physiology from its proprietary database, as well as other research databases and peer-reviewed publications.

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“Onegevity’s AI and data analysis capabilities are uniquely positioned to help Unilever evolve its array of skin care products and treatments,” said Thorne HealthTech’s Chief Executive Officer, Paul Jacobson. “We are excited to use, multi-omics data curation, next-generation analytics and machine learning, as well as predictive modelling, designed to facilitate a treatment platform that enables Unilever to offer more personalized solutions for acne.”

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Unilever’s VP Science and Technology, Beauty & Personal Care, Samantha Samara, explained, “Our beauty and personal care brands already have a track record of delivering superior products and experiences. We are continuing to accelerate this through our science and technology partnerships and programs that enable us to better meet the evolving skincare needs of our consumers.”

This research engagement will leverage Onegevity’s Discovery offering – a service for the personal care, pharmaceutical and nutritional supplement industry. The offering combines AI models with a multi-omic database to develop and enhance new personal care products, improve or repurposing existing therapeutic products and compounds for new and innovative uses, faster and more efficiently.

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