What does the future of skincare and online shopping hold?

Dr. Dennis Gross and Stephanie Horton are on the show today to tell us!


Kate and Zara are looking into the crystal ball of beauty and online shopping, with the help of skincare icon and founder Dr. Dennis Gross, and Google’s Global Consumer Marketing Director for Shopping, Stephanie Horton.


After revolutionising the clinical peel and at-home skincare treatments (from his cult-favourite Alpha Beta peel pads to the Spectralite Faceware Pro LED device) Dr. Dennis Gross, of the eponymous brand, is sharing scientific intel on our favourite skincare ingredients, direct from his NYC lab. 


Then, Stephanie Horton jumps on the line to talk us through her glass-ceiling shattering career across marketing and eCommerce – from The New York Times to Farfetch, Alexander Wang and Google – as well as how she has overcome imposter syndrome, and now paves the way for women of colour in fashion and tech.


Products mentioned in this episode:

Dr. Dennis Gross Spectralite Faceware Pro

Dr. Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Universal Peel Daily

Dr Dennis Gross Advanced Retinol + Ferulic Texture Renewal Serum

NuFACE Trinity Device

Chantecaille


Read more:

A demystifying guide to our 6 favourite skincare devices

Women in Arts: Mikaela Stafford, the digital artist behind MECCA’s ‘Future Beautiful’ campaign

The effect of stress on your skin and how to avoid it

The Fifteen Percent Pledge

Fashion Tech Connects


Hosts: Kate Blythe, Zara Wong

Guests: Dr. Dennis Gross, Stephanie Horton

Producers: Kerri Gordon, Michael Liberale

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MECCA Talks wishes to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we recorded this episode at our studio in Naarm: the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. We pay respect to Elders – past, present and emerging. We recognise their ongoing connection to this beautiful country, with knowledge and stories that have been handed down since time immemorial.


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