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Skin And Hair Analysis

The SkinSys Analysis Wizard gives you the ability to measure moisture, oil, curvature, keratin, pore size, and pigmentation, while providing you with detailed skin analysis results and recommendations. It allows you to compare measurements by date, to track changes in the condition of your client’s skin overt time, and keeps detailed records of the products your clients have tried or purchased, including sales records, while you analyze how well these products are working.
The interactive Main Menu, allows you to display client information, profiles and a history of their skin analysis. You can update files, perform search functions through your client database, and display skin analysis results by date.

Skin Analysis using the Skin Analysis Wizard:

The Skin Analysis Wizard takes you step by step through the analysis process, recommending which lenses to use and which target areas to analyze.

Step One - Moisture Analysis, which utilizes the moisture meter to record derive the percentage of moisture present on the skin. This analysis targets both the T-zone, or brow, and the U-zone, or chin, and bases its results not only on the percentage of moisture located on the skin, but also on your client's information. This information can then be used to determine if the skin is predisposed to early aging, scars, and sebaceous gland dysfunctions.
Step Two - Oil Analysis, which incorporates the use of the sebum stage and sebum measurement kit to analyze the amount of oil present on the T and U zones of the face. Simply take your sample using the sebum measuring papers, focus the camera on the measurement sheet and capture the image. The image analysis function will do the rest. These levels are instrumental in effecting the expansion of pores and creating acne, premature aging, and sagginess.
Step Three - Curvature Analysis. This requires the use of the 12x illumination cap.