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DeepVerge ready to take registrations for its Skin Trust Club


DeepVerge PLC (LON:DVRG) has announced the pre-launch registration for its Skin Trust Club Artificial Intelligent (AI) Skincare App and Home Test Kit.

Registration for the Skin Trust Club is free, as will be the downloadable app when it is ready, DeepVerge said.

When the home test kits are formally launched, priority will be given to those users who have already registered their interest in receiving them.

The kits comprise a single swab that maps the skin microbiome delivering a report that produces the most appropriate daily skincare routine, DeepVerge announced. Using real-time air pollution and weather data from the customer’s location, the Skin Trust App builds a complete picture of the skin microbiome and the impact of local surroundings.

The company also announced the appointment of Fiona Joyce as its legal counsel and company secretary.

Joyce has previously spent more than 20 years with IBM where she served as Country Counsel for Ireland.

Also joining the team is Rory Kirwan, who will manage subsidiary audits and associated corporate activity. Kirwan has worked in accounting practice and banking across the audit and corporate finance departments of Crowe, one of the top 10 accountancy and business advisory firms in Ireland.

“We are delighted and fortunate to welcome these two exceptional individuals to the DeepVerge management team. Fiona’s international legal expertise and experience across a variety of areas at IBM including managing M&A will be invaluable to DeepVerge delivering a robust global corporate infrastructure. Under Fiona’s guidance, the legal, financial and corporate structures are now in place to accommodate the company’s rapid expansion across three continents,” said Gerard Brandon, the chief executive officer of DeepVerge.

“Today we also announce the opening of pre-registration for The Skin Trust Club, ( the world’s first personalised daily skincare smartphone app that combines 13 years of scientific data from our Labskin division and a home test kit to capture the user’s skin microbiome. Artificial intelligence is used to analyse, match and recommend the best skincare ingredients to suit daily skincare routines depending on health, age and the environment in which the user lives. Those who pre-register will get a sample report and be notified first when the app is free to download,” Brandon revealed.

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