If the Future of Skincare Is AI-Generated Serums, I'll Pass
All of these products seem like clever marketing gags that capitalize on both my vanity and insecurity to part me from my hard-earned money. Not only are self-reported quizzes prone to error, but these services aren’t exactly cheap. Still, online ads are persistent and pernicious. Also, I was curious. My willpower finally crumbled when a friend messaged me to say I should check out Atolla, a skin serum backed by the power of artificial intelligence. Allegedly.