Bioengineered skin care is poised to revolutionize the way humans and other living organisms interact with their environment.
Bioengineering and skin care are not just different approaches to the same problem; they are fundamentally different disciplines.
The two are not mutually exclusive.
But for those with a vested interest in both, a fundamental distinction needs to be made.
The issue is, can skin care, which is a natural, bioengineered product, be used to produce cosmetic products with greater efficacy and less toxicant emissions?
This is an important and pressing question, one that many people will struggle to answer.
There are numerous ethical and regulatory issues surrounding the bioengineering of skin care products, including whether bioengineering can ever be done safely.
It is a daunting task, requiring careful analysis, careful study, and a thorough understanding of the ethical implications of bioengineering.
Bioengineers, however, can provide answers to these questions by developing an approach to skin care that is both safe and effective.
In this post, I will provide an overview of skin-care technology, bioengineering, and the ethics of bioengineering.
The first article in this series is entitled “Skin Care: Bioengineering a Bioengineering Science.”
I will explain the ethical problems with bioengineering as well as offer an approach for skin care bioengineering that is safe and environmentally friendly.