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What is a VISIA Complexion Analysis?

If you would like to move towards taking better care of your skin, the VISIA complexion analysis is a step in the right direction. It is a useful tool that can assist you in making skin care decisions that will keep your face healthy and beautiful. But what exactly is a VISIA complexion analysis and how does it work.

When physicians perform a visual examination of the skin they may miss signs of damage, and that’s where the VISIA complexion analysis can help. VISIA evaluates the skin on a deeper level, making it easier to determine the skin care needs of each patient.

What is VISIA complexion analysis?

VISIA is a high-tech facial skin analysis system that uses multi-spectral imaging to detect signs of skin damage and aging, which are not normally seen when doing a visual inspection. The system gives doctors an in-depth analysis of the patient’s skin, so that they can recommend the most appropriate treatment.

How VISIA complexion analysis works

The system scans the skin and takes photographic images that evaluate key characteristics of the skin. It measures wrinkles, spots, pores, evenness (variation in skin tone), porphyrins (evidence of bacteria in the pores), and UV spots caused by excess sun exposure.

The system compares the results of the scan to the features of individuals of the same age, sex and skin type, in order to make a relative assessment of the condition of the patient’s skin. The reports from the VISIA system are then used to create a customized skin care program.

Are you ready to take the step towards better, younger-looking skin? Search our directory to find a VISIA provider in your area.

If you are in the Chicago, IL area, The Skin Care Center is our featured practice. They also have offices in Glenview and Lake Forest.

You can reach them at www.skincarectr.com, or by calling 773-296-3636 for the Chicago office, 847-901-0252 for Glenview, or 847-234-6121for Lake Forest.

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