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What is the Skin Analyzer

What is the condition of your skin underneath the surface you are looking at in the mirror? What scars has time, sun exposure and environmental factors left on it? What will your skin look like in a few years if you don’t treat the underlying problems and provide it with the necessary remedial treatments?

All of the above, and more, are accurately answered by the Skin Analyzer, or digital skin analysis. This is an AI application that reveals skin lesions that are not visible to the naked eye or visible light. This test reveals very important information about the health, hydration, photo-aging and damage to the skin from the passage of time and exposure to environmental factors.

The Skin Analyzer session is offered FREE at Cosmetic Derma Medicine clinics and is an essential tool for the practitioner to predict future skin problems, recommend personalized facial treatments and monitor their effectiveness and progress.

Treatment Duration 5 minutes
Result Appears Directly
Results Duration Recommended 3-4 times a year
Cost Free of charge
Technique Non-invasive treatment
Doctor’s Specialty Aesthetician, Dermatologist
Pain Level Painless
Anaesthesia None
Recovery Time Zero time needed
Consultation Appointment Free

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Find out today what your skin will look like in a few years and how you can prevent unpleasant changes.

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What is the

Skin Analyzer

Digital skin analysis is performed with the advanced technology Skin Analyzer device and is a useful tool for the diagnosis and prevention of skin health problems and effective skin care.

The device uses advanced multispectral imaging and analysis technologies to assess and reveal the condition of the skin, from the epidermis to the deeper layers. Upon application, the Skin Analyzer takes within seconds pictures of the face with different filters and types of light. Applying the data synthesis and analysis capabilities of artificial intelligence, visual information is collected and instantly produces “photos” that reveal elements not visible to the naked eye, such as dehydration, inflammation, spider veins, signs of photo-aging, enlarged pores and wrinkles. Under the light of the special Wood lens, the dermatologist can even reveal underlying skin diseases or lesions and lesions that are not yet visible.

And all this, in just a few seconds and completely painless!

Why choose the test of Skin Analyzer

  • Prevents skin problems that, without proper treatment, will become apparent in the years to come

  • Individualizes the needs of your skin to provide the best care

  • Allows the dermatologist to draw up the ideal prevention & treatment plan

  • Offers the possibility of monitoring the outcome of a treatment

  • Digital skin analysis can be repeated 3-4 times a year for updated treatment protocols

  • It is painless and completely free at Cosmetic Derma Medicine clinics

The Skin Analyzer test

Step by step

1st Step

Before the examination, the specialist explains what it involves and how she evaluates your skin. The test is performed on clean skin, after removing make-up and any sunscreen, but it can also be performed without cleansing as it focuses on damage to the deeper layers.

The skin analysis begins by taking photos of your face on the Skin Analyzer, the specialized device we have at Cosmetic Derma Medicine.

The Skin Analyzer machine is connected to an app on a tablet, where it sends the data it collects in real time, which is immediately in the hands of the specialist to analyze and evaluate.

2nd Step

The specialist explains the results of the different shots, the signs they decode and the problematic elements they reveal, such as insufficient sun protection, excessive oiliness and the presence of acne bacteria, a tendency to rosacea or melasma.

Completing the analysis, he shares with you a comprehensive assessment of your skin with details such as the actual age of your skin as opposed to the chronological age, whether you are properly nourished and your metabolic rate, the condition of your skin in terms of wrinkle formation, pores and skin sensitivity, as well as existing damage from UVA and UVB radiation.

You are then suggested the appropriate treatments for your face that address the problems that are already apparent and prevent the appearance of those that are underlying and are about to be revealed over time.

Digital skin analysis

Elements that it reveals

The state-of-the-art Skin Analyzer we have at Cosmetic Derma Medicine combines spectral imaging with AI analysis and provides important information about the health and needs of the skin. One of its leading properties is that it reveals the future skin picture if we do not perform the proper treatments and care.

The results are given immediately and provide personalized information about the skin condition:

Level of aging: not yet apparent skin problems and signs of aging that will gradually become visible if sun protection is not improved and skin care routines are not changed.

Sensitivity: Reveals any inflammation, spider veins and rosacea in the deeper layers of the skin.

Acne: Spectral imaging of acne and localized inflammation, visible or invisible to the naked eye, is done.

Signs: Scars, acne scars, acne scars, discolorations, blotches and evidence of photoaging in the superficial and deeper layers are revealed.

Wrinkles: Spectral imaging identifies visible and non-visible expression lines and wrinkles in the upper and deeper layers and spots with loss of elasticity and reduction of collagen.

Dehydration: Spectral image analysis reveals the degree of hydration in the dermis of the skin.

Pores: The test displays the size of pores and identifies areas with an increased likelihood of acne flare-ups.

Skin age: the biological age of the skin is calculated, irrespective of the chronological age of the examinee.

UV damage: Marks and discolorations in the deeper layers of the skin due to exposure to UV radiation are revealed.

Porphyrins: Spectral analysis reveals compounds with a characteristic red colour indicating acne-prone spots and increased sebum secretion associated with the non-regulation of skin oiliness.

Dermatological conditions: The specialized Woods lens helps diagnose dermatological conditions such as vitiligo and melasma.

Your skin “speaks”…

and reveals its needs