In a recent article for the Memphis area’s online magazine, “Skin & Beauty” I discussed the latest technologies offered by VISIA Skin Analysis. These include the use of photo imaging, multi-spectral imaging, personalized recommendations, and iPad tools. For even more information, see our previous articles on the topic. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you. If you’d like to learn more about VISIA Skin Analysis, or would like to schedule a consultation, read on.

ViSIA Skin Analysis Photo Imaging

Using the latest skin analysis technology, the VISIA system allows physicians to assess a patient’s overall condition and age. Its patented comparison to norms analysis helps determine skin changes compared to that of other patients with similar skin types, ages, and genders. The resulting report will include scores and ranks for spots, wrinkles, texture, and pores. It is also possible to compare skin types side-by-side, as well as compare each individual’s age and skin type.

The technology captures images of the skin using multiple forms of light. The data derived from this analysis is then analyzed to provide detailed information on a person’s skin’s condition. With this information, a VISIA can determine which skincare products and procedures will be most effective for achieving specific skincare goals. The technology can also help determine how many pores are clogged on the face, which can contribute to acne and other skin issues.

Multi-spectral imaging

The Visia Complexion Analysis System uses multi-spectral imaging to evaluate six key areas of the complexion, from the health of the skin to acne scars. The proprietary RBX and UV florescent technology used by Visia provides the most accurate visuals of skin conditions. Memphis dermatologists can now accurately measure the health of a client’s complexion in a single visit.

The system has achieved high spectral resolution and allows for discrimination of various materials and objects. Its low power consumption and wide spectral range allow for ambiguous results, but the imaging system can distinguish between various types of objects with minimal complication. A multi-spectral system is also useful for determining the composition of a given object, and in detecting it without prior knowledge.

Personalized recommendations

VISIA facial skin analysis uses VISIA Skin Analysis Memphis cutting-edge digital imaging technology to provide on-screen reports of a person’s condition. It uses ultraviolet and cross-polarized light to determine the underlying causes of various skin conditions, allowing an aesthetic expert to customize a treatment plan. It also allows clients to view their pictures and treatment recommendations, which can be very useful for boosting referrals. With personalized recommendations, you can take care of your skin’s needs at home and increase the likelihood of client satisfaction.

Using cutting-edge technologies, the VISIA skin analysis in Memphis helps a professional evaluate a client’s skin type and facial features to provide customized recommendations for skin care. VISIA skin analysis Memphis uses IntelliFlash cross-polarized UV light photography to detect the color signatures of Red and Brown skin. The technology measures the conditions of each aspect separately and is capable of detecting even the most subtle of signs of aging. This technology also detects and measures UV spots, hyperpigmentation, spider veins, and inflammatory changes.

iPad tools

The VISIA Face Imager and iPad tools give professionals access to a comprehensive library of skin care products and treatments for repeatable imaging and analysis. The iPad tools make it possible to conduct VISIA Consultations anywhere and have a secure web portal for clients to view their pictures, treatment recommendations, and progress. The VISIA software also helps you create personalized reports with easy-to-understand information for your clients, which increases referrals.

The VISIA (r) analyzer uses the world’s largest database of skin features to compare the patient’s appearance to norms in different age groups and skin types. It also identifies the presence of skin aging, wrinkles, red areas, texture porphyrins, and brown spots. The app also has an eyelash analysis module. This tool provides both graphic and numerical information that helps improve the length and thickness of eyelashes.