Topical Skin Supplement Finalist in P&G Ventures Innovation Challenge



San Francisco, Calif., Company that developed a topical supplement designed to extend skin life at the molecular level, improving skin health and strength, is among four P&G finalists Ventures Innovation Challenge, to be held online July 14.

One Skin will be represented by co-founder Juliana Carvalho in the competition. It will compete with NanoSpun Technologies, a Los Altos, Calif., Company that develops and produces active living biological tissues for skin care, medical and industrial applications; Ready, Set, Food !, Los Angeles, CA, which focuses on the early introduction of allergens; and Wellesley Pharmaceuticals, Newtown Grant, PA, who developed a pill called Nocturol that is designed to provide eight hours of protection for those who suffer from frequent toilet trips overnight.

One Skin boasts a proprietary peptide, OS-01, which it claims rejuvenates the skin at the molecular level and effectively addresses the negative implications of aging.

One Skin’s proprietary peptide has been shown to rejuvenate the skin at the molecular level.

The finalists will make their presentation to a panel that includes Alex Betancourt, Vice President, P&G Ventures; Anu Duggal, founding partner, Female Founders Fund; Mike Jensen, senior vice president of R&D, P&G Ventures; Michael Olmstead, Director of Revenue, Plug and Play; and Clarence Wooten, co-founder and general partner, Revitalize Venture Studio.

The winner will receive a prize of $ 10,000 and the opportunity to continue to develop their product with P&G Ventures.

Founded in 2015, P&G Ventures partners with entrepreneurs, inventors and startups to discover and create consumer products, brands and businesses that meet consumer needs in areas new to P&G.



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