Picky: The App That Analyses 37,000 Skincare Products

By Robyn Foyster Robyn Foyster has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team
on 18 January 2021

If you want to check out apps, read the reviews. Here’s one about the new skincare app called Picky.

I love love love this apps. Now I know my skin type, this app really helps me with choosing a correct skin care product. I don’t have to spend much time reading ingredients when I’m shopping for my skin care product.

Recently, the founder of the app reached out to Women Love Tech and explained the offering and benefits.

“Picky analyzes over 37,000 skincare products based on ingredients to find the best products for each person’s skin type and concerns,” said Michael He, the Cofounder and VP. “The app has over 40,000 users from nearly every country who write helpful product reviews and thoughtfully answer each other’s questions.”


Picky is an app and community that finds the best skincare products for your skin type. It begins with a short quiz to find your skin type.

  1. Picky Match: Looking at each ingredient in a library of 40,000 products, Picky finds the best skincare products for your specific skin type and skin concerns, whether that be oily or dry, sensitive or resilient, vegan or cruelty-free, acne-prone, pregnancy-friendly, fragrance-free, and many more. Each product is ranked with a risk level for your skin. Descriptive reviews from real product users supplement this ingredient match.
  2. Free Skincare Products: As part of reviewer giveaways, Picky partners with skincare brands all over the world to let you try them for yourself for free. This month, some of the brands they’ve partnered with include Australian brands Blaq, Generation Skin and Flight Mode.
  3. Skincare Education: doctors, chemists, formulators and more create content on Picky’s Instagram @go.picky and in the app in order to shed light on ingredients in buzzwords in skincare, so it’s easier to sift through the marketing noise and be empowered to find the best products.



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