Meet our Team of Scientists Dedicated to your Success and Knowledge!
I was drawn to our products by the claim of “molecularly bonding” to the lips. I’ll be honest here, I thought this was a crock of … you know. But after researching the science of various cosmetics, I fell in love.
So I started a little Facebook group to share what I’d learned. Next thing you know we’re 5,000 members strong. Just goes to show you what a dedicated, hard-working bunch of brainy beauties we all are. Thank you so much for participating in our Facebook group, supporting us on Patreon, and supporting our blog. Means the world to all of us!
I hold a few patents myself and have been part of the review process for a few peer reviewed journals looking for expertise in Hydroxyapatite.
The patented technology is what brought this babywearing mama to lipsense, I love that we have the technology behind the brush, I think it makes for a stronger movement in this new wave of high tech cosmetics.
Mom to 4, homeschooler, and owner of another business that keeps me busy, I hope to help as often as possible!
I do research full time at Boston Children’s Hospital and my background is Molecular Biology and Systems Biology looking at the interaction of genes and proteins after vaccination in newborns. I study these to learn about newborn’s distinct immune system and in the future to develop improved vaccines.
I got intrigued by the “molecular bonding” in lipsense (which at first is a broad and an undefined term in a scientist’s perspective) and how I wish I don’t see any more lipstick marks in my lab coats. True enough, I have been addicted to them (in a good way).
I work as an ecologist for a branch of the USDA, called the Natural Resources Conservation Service. I spend my days collecting data and writing documents about plant-soil relationships in the semi-arid West.
I have experience with botany and plant taxonomy. I coach FFA students, am board member of the Nevada Native Plant Society, a gardener, an aspiring herbalist and an all around plant nerd.
I joined Senegence to diversify my income, while still being able to spend time with my daughter. I was intrigued by the idea of a long-lasting lip color! Perfect for a field scientist and outdoorsy girl! I am interested in the workings of the botanical ingredients and plant science side of these products.
I have a M.Sc. in biochemistry from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. My thesis in undergrad was on aquatic toxicology, and my masters was more physical chemistry related: I studied protein structures using NMR.
I spent a few years teaching yoga, travelled to India, and now make my home in Montreal with my partner Matt and our almost 2-year old son. I tutor math and science at the high school and college levels. I love explaining science so that anyone can understand it. So happy to also help with that here for my SeneSisters!
I have always been interested in researching ingredients and how they work (I want to be a dentist some day and all those dental supplies amaze me).
I am in love at what this product has done for me and I love being able to break down the science so others can spread knowledge about the product too.
I came to lipsense out of sheer curiosity and found myself amazed by the sheer genius of the science they utilize. I look forward to digging deeper to help you ladies learn more and get you excited about science!
I am a senior double majoring in chemistry and biotechnology with a concentration in biochemistry. I currently work as a lab technician at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in chemical engineering and Worcester State University in chemistry. I will soon be moving towards a PhD hopefully in molecular cellular biology or medicinal chemistry to work in research for protein manipulation with drug/treatment design for disease prevention. I am part of 5 honor society’s, vice president of my chapter of Gamma sigma epsilon (National chemistry honor society). I have also presented research for fingerprinting cement in correlation with forensic analysis for the national science foundation conference and am awaiting publishing of several submitted papers. I also have conducted three semesters of research in mesothelioma cancer at my home university.