SKIN Analysis System(SAS)
Redefine the vision of skin care.
FDA, CE, TUV, ISO approve
Skin analysis system give a new definition of skin care. Analysis system delivers a significantly improved experience for aesthetic and skin care consultations. Updated software allows faster image capture with automatic skin type classification, refined facial feature detection and more.
TRUE SKIN AGE
Determines the patient's overall skin condition and age, providing a revolutionary new metric to guide the selection of skin care products and treatment options.
Patented comparison to norms analysis uses the world's largest skin feature database to grade your patient's skin relative to others of the same age and skin type. Measure spots, wrinkles, texture, pores, UV spots, brown spots,red areas, and porphyrins.
SKIN TYPE DETECTION
Automatic detection of the clients skin type for streamlined image processing and feature analysis.
The cloud - based Product Recommendations Library enables you to easily add your products,treatments and services to your client records from the facial imager software. The centralized product library resource is managed directly by the manufacturers.
1.Easily Capture High Quality, Standardized Facial Images
multi- point positioning system and live image overlay make it easy to capture perfectly registered images to document progress over time.
Select personalized recommendations from built-in skin care products and treatment.
Your staff will sell rejuvenation and skin care treatment more effectively with recommendations combined with the visual impact of complexion Analysis, All the analysis report can be printed in the ViewMyConsult web portal.
analysis software used in VISIA was developed in the late 1990s and has undergone extensive lab and field- testing. Since 1998. P&G has deployed their complexion analysis software as a sales tool to promote their, Olay and SKII brands of cosmetic products, As such, the P&G software was never intended for clinical trials. However, the VISIA complexion analysis algorithms themselves are supported by an extensive set of research papers describing the analysis techniques and results across various skin types.