From 3D skin printers to digital twins, skin health specialist and biohacking enthusiast, Jasmina Vico, makes her predictions over the future of skincare.
When it comes to skincare, Croatian-born, London-based skin health specialist Jasmina Vico insists on taking a holistic approach. Using skin as an indicator for what’s happening inside the body and vice versa, when treating someone Vico looks at gut health , sleeping patterns, stress levels, micronutrient intake, overall diet, and stress levels, which she combines with her bespoke laser treatments, needling, LED facials, and gentle acid peels.
“There are no quick fixes — only continuous care — and the investment should be long term,” she warns. It’s an approach that has earnt her a cult following, including make-up artist Isamaya Ffrench, actors Killing Eve ’s Jodie Comer and The Crown ’s Claire Foy, and model Shanina Shaik. With a belief in the power of prevention and a keen interest in biohacking, Vico imagines a future where we will be able to hack our own bodies with the help of science and advanced technologies in order to prolong our lifespan — tracking our sleep patterns, monitoring our gut health and even printing our own skin. Here, […]
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