OneSkin is a biotech startup, based out of San Francisco, with a mission to build a future in which we can age healthier and better!
We are harnessing the most advanced tools in tissue engineering and molecular biology to discover compounds that are able to reverse skin aging. Our unique platform combines real human skin models and molecular markers to discover and develop the next generation of anti-aging skincare products.
Our mission has two aspects, each of equal importance: The first is to understand the mechanisms of aging in order to develop products that target the roots of this process. This uniquely targeted approach will enable us to provide highly effective and reliable anti-aging skincare products. The second is to empower consumers through education about aging, the skincare industry, and the science behind skincare products.
We want to be as transparent as possible, which is why we will also be sharing the novel data and conclusions that we gather about the effects of common anti-aging ingredients. We believe that you as the consumer have the right to this meaningful data so that you can make informed decisions about how you will look, feel, and function in years to come.
Our hope is that this blog will serve as a trusted space to learn about the science behind aging and to facilitate your choices about the products that you use everyday. We invite you to play an active role in leading a longer, healthier, and more joyful life.
Sep 06, 2018
Last time we talked about the two biggest and most obvious culprits against skin health and came to two very familiar conclusions: wear sunscreen and don't smoke. This post will discuss some more... more about "How Lifestyle Can Affect Skin Health (Part 2)"
Aug 23, 2018
Overview of Aging What is aging and can we reverse it? What causes aging? What roles do stem cells play in aging? We can hate it or embrace it, but... more about "How does aging work? "
Aug 30, 2018
Last time, we discussed what aging is and how DNA alterations that occur during cellular replication plays into aging. To catch everyone up, each cell contains a copy of DNA and so each time new... more about "How does aging work? (Part 2)"