Nicolas is graduated from Sup’Biotech in Paris, a French engineering school specialized in the different fields of Biotechnology.
He has already acquired international experience having studied at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in South Africa, at Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico and worked at the Pasteur Institute of Madagascar.
Nicolas moved to Sweden from Paris in December last year to join the Skinome Project. He has previous experience from both health and cosmetics research, his latest assignment being formulation chemist at the well-known French beauty company Yves Rocher where he worked within the innovation laboratory for the development of new skincare products and concepts.
"I believe in this project because I think it is now time for the cosmetic industry to question itself and go further in the process of respecting individuals. We have to stop with purely marketing information and greenwashing. I think we need to go deeper into transparency, respecting the microbiome and the skin of individuals while constantly challenging ourselves. This is the philosophy of Skinome Project and that is why I joined this project."