The skin check allows you to monitor and manage the health of you own skin. Over time skin undergoes qualitative and quantitative changes, especially in the face, some of which can be improved with simple measures. The skin check includes an initial interview about cosmetic habits, a visual inspection and instrumental detection using a high resolution camera and UV light, which provides an analysis of the texture and skin type, any discolourations, the degree of ageing and the level of hydration and elasticity.
This indicates the macroscopic design of the skin and provides indications about its state of ageing and skin dehydration.
This indicates the presence of erythrosis and capillaries and allows the skin’s sensitivity level to be identified.
This indicates the deformity of some areas of the skin in relation to the background colour. It highlights the presence of hyper-pigmented spots that are either visible or invisible to the naked eye.
This indicates the production of sebum by the sebaceous glands. It allows the normal hydro-lipid film (oxidised sebum) to be distinguished from skin that actively produces sebum (non-oxidised sebum).
Non-invasive measurements of hydration and elasticity using the sensor provided.
An assessment of the customer’s use of cosmetics allows any incorrect habits to be highlighted and addressed.
The necessary equipment is supplied:
Electronic microscope with different magnifications (x1-x300) white and UV light
You are led through the various check-up steps, which are completed with an easy analysis of the results: