Strathclyde-founded dermatological device manufacturer Cutitronics has collected further investment from specialty chemicals supplier Croda as the pair aim to win business with personal care brands.

Cutitronics, a UK-based skincare evaluation device manufacturer spun out of University of Strathclyde, has attracted an undisclosed follow-on sum from specialty chemicals supplier Croda International, Insider reported on Thursday.
Founded in 2014, Cutitronics develops handheld devices branded Cutitron that conduct a detailed analysis of skin health to facilitate the prescription of personalised dermatological regimens consisting of products tailored to the user’s specific needs.
The devices connect to a mobile app that tracks the user’s overall skin condition and…

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