Pond’s Skin Advisor Live (S.A.L) is a game-changing mobile skincare application that helps women understand and transform their skin
Delhi: Did you know: Sleep deprivation weakens skin by 30%, and accelerates skin aging by two and a half years? Also, a mere 10 minutes under the sun can trigger the formation of dark spots. These are just some of the factors that can impact your skin health. Women in India face many more external and internal aggressors that can weaken our skin and, over time, cause irreversible damage.
We can transform our skin with a new game-changing skincare app – S.A.L, created by The Pond’s Institute. The app is designed to not only educate us about our personal skin health, but also encourage us to take action to transform our skin.
Amy Jackson, Pond’s Brand Ambassador said “I am very excited about S.A.L and getting my very own skincare coach. I have already started using the app daily because it provides me with useful reminders and information about my environment such as UV, pollution, temperature and humidity and how it impacts my skin health. I can see that S.A.L will become the first point for trusted skincare advice and tips for many girls out there. My favorite feature is the chatbot. It’s fun, interactive and personalized.”
“As the expert face care brand, Pond’s is always looking for ways to bring innovation to help every Indian get the skin they desire. S.A.L (Skin Advisor Live) is a breakthrough in personalised skin care from the Pond’s Institute. This app provides real time skin advice and regime recommendations taking into account the effects of a multitude of factors ranging from pollution and temperature to water consumption and sleep levels. Recommendations are personalised and help the consumer identify exactly what her skin needs are based on her face scan, her routine, and her lifestyle. It’s like having the advice of a dermat on the go and round the clock.” – Prabha Narasimhan, Vice President, Skin Care India,“ said Prabha Narasimhan, Vice President -Skin Care, India, Unilever.
“S.A.L represents Pond’s commitment to help women achieve their desired skin goal and learn more about their skin. The Pond’s Institute – our global network of over 700 scientists – is constantly developing leading innovations and technologies that will help fulfil this goal and S.A.L is one of them. We hope that S.A.L will help women keep track of their skin progress on-the-go and overtime, transform their skin,” said Arnaud de Fontgalland, Global Vice President, Pond’s, Unilever.
In fact, 7 out of 10 women found the expert advice useful and did not feel the need to visit a dermatologist. Moreover, 9 out of 10** of users also agreed that S.A.L helps them understand their skin and that it provides relevant tips. Lastly, 8 out of 10 users agreed that S.A.L helped them improve their skincare routine and track progress of their skin health.
Developed in partnership with The Pond’s Institute, Unilever Foundry and external skincare and beauty experts, S.A.L contains features and capabilities that can really help us transform our skin:
*For more information about the app features and images of the app interface, please refer to the factsheet attached.
Let S.A.L, your virtual skin coach, do all the hard work so you can start your skin transformation today!
S.A.L is available on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
To download the app: iOS and Android.
**Credited to Internal research by Hindustan Unilever
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