We help you understand the health of your skin
Early detection and access to care are the key ingredients to better patient outcomes and improved quality of life.
Elianna Goldstein | co-founder
Elianna is the co-founder of Modern Ritual leading partnerships and new business development activities for the company.
Dr. Beth Goldstein | Co-founder
Dr. Goldstein is a dermatologist and Mohs surgeon with over 30 years of medical experience, establishing one of the largest private dermatology practices in North Carolina.
Benjamin Swig | Director Acadian
Benjamin MPH, MBA, NRP serves as the Director of Healthcare Innovation and Strategy at Acadian Companies. Benjamin manages the employee health plan with 6500 members, Acadian Health Ventures + Accelerator, and is the Director of Acadian Health, Acadian Companies’ in-home care division.
JOHN HALSEY | CRO recuro health
John currently serves as Chief Revenue Officer at Recuro and previously spearheaded sales and strategy activities at Teladoc. He is regarded as an industry pioneer, having had successful positions with MDLIVE, Realtime Medical Data and Turn-Key Health.
Brian Hough works as the CTO at Wisp, and was previously CTO at the leading tele-dermatology company, Curology as well as tele-dental platform, Beam.
Mother-Daughter, Dermatologist Duo
Elianna and Dr. Goldstein are the dermatologist and mother-daughter duo behind Modern Ritual.
After Elianna saw her father get treated for skin cancer in 2018, she partnered with her mother, leading skin cancer surgeon Dr. Beth Goldstein (@dermdrgoldstein). Together, their mission is to expand access to skin healthcare options to prevent and detect skin cancer.
It’s called a Modern Ritual, because we fundamentally believe that skin health is a part of our body's overall health, which means we should take care of it, invest in it, the way we do all other parts of our daily rituals.
Clinical Research & Results
In the literature, this novel field of “teledermoscopy” has exhibited accuracy and reliability comparable to face-to-face visits and is a promising alternative intervention for those who require triaging or for patients who are unable to access in-person care (rural, underserved populations)....With standardization, use at-home or in in primary care offices will with such standardization, may relieve some of the pressure on an overburdened dermatologic care system and help patients who require urgent care to be seen more expediently.
The Daily is medically formulated based upon research from over 700 men to ensure smell and consistency were most favorable for habitual application in men.
To best understand the factors that will impact men's perceptions and risk factors in skin cancer.