Inspired by the innovation enthralled in Korean beauty, Panacea — which debuts as a pared-down, three-step skin-care line — aims to make beauty accessible to everybody, regardless of gender. Panacea co-founder Terry Lee explained, "We wanted to create a brand aesthetic and identity that speaks to the blurring of gender lines," he says. "For us, gender-neutral simply means inclusivity. We wanted to create…a brand that embraces you, regardless of your gender." Creating a minimalistic skin-care brand was especially important to Lee, as he struggled with cystic skin issues for years and had trouble finding products that actually worked. Though Panacea's debut skin-care collection isn't specifically geared towards those with acne (that could be in the brand's future, though), it's designed to be used by those who have combination skin. The sulfate-free Aegis Daily Facial Cleanser cleans the skins without stripping it, thanks to a formula packed with tons of good-for-your-skin plant extracts, including soothing algae and anti-inflammatory green tea. Then there's the Aegis Daily Facial Moisturizer, which reintroduces hydration without a heavy or greasy feeling with a dose of holy-grail hyaluronic acid; and the final product, the Aegis Daily Facial Sunscreen, which provides broad-spectrum sun protection (SPF 25) in a lightweight, fragrance-free formula that can be worn alone or layered under makeup.