VISIA Skin Analysis
Cosmetic Injection | Medical Aesthetics
Laser | IPL Services
Optimal Health & Weight Loss
VISIA (Value $150)
No obligation consultation with complimentary VISIA Skin Analysis
WHAT IS VISIA SKIN ANALYSIS?
VISIA is an in-depth analysis of your individual facial characteristics. It lets you see the benefits of skin care programs planned for your specific complexion.
HOW DOES THE VISIA SKIN ANALYSIS WORK?
The VISIA will scan your skin, looking at its strengths and weaknesses. VISIA scans measure your skin pigmentation, pore size, and porphyrins (evidence of bacteria lodged in pores). It also scans UV spots, sun damage, texture, and wrinkles. With this assessment of your skin, we can compare your skin condition within your peer group. This helps us develop a more targeted treatment program for your specific needs, while also tracking your progress and treatment outcomes over time.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT DURING MY APPOINTMENT?
At Hull Aesthetics, we offer VISIA skin analysis as a complimentary addition to our gallery of treatments. Our Product Specialist, Audrey, will sit you in front of the VISIA system and the process of scanning your face will begin.
VISIA captures left, right, and frontal facial views, giving us a clear picture of your skin. In minutes, you will be able to view your scans on the computer screen. Your first analysis will become the baseline for your treatment progress. You will be able to view your own before and after pictures and see for yourself how your skin treatment plan is helping you.
What You Need to Know about Visia
Scottsdale Skin & Holistic Health is pleased to announce the use of the Visia Complexion Analysis. The Visia system provides the most comprehensive skin analysis available today, ensuring patients receive the best possible treatments for their specific needs. The Visia Complexion Analysis effectively captures essential information about specific areas of your skin that we customize treatments with precision never seen before.
Visia Skin Analysis
Patients at Scottsdale Skin & Holistic Health begin their spa experience with a Visia skin analysis. Developed by Canfield Imaging Systems, this multi-spectral imaging system provides some of the most comprehensive information on skin health today. In addition to identifying areas requiring treatment, the Visia skin analysis can track treatments to determine whether those treatments are having the desired effect at the cellular level.
Who is it for?
Scottsdale Skin & Holistic Health provides a Visia skin analysis to every patient at the first visit. The pain-free process takes approximately 10-15 minutes to complete and allows the med spa staff to customize skin care treatments to a patient’s specific needs. After the initial evaluation, the analysis is repeated as needed to ensure treatments are progressing for desired results.
What does it do?
The Visia skin analysis system is used to evaluate the following areas affecting complexion health and appearance:
- Skin discolorations
- Skin tone consistency
- UV spots
- Bacteria and oil
The system also compares one patient’s skin health to the skin of other men and women in the same age range and of similar ethnicities. This helps men and women understand the current condition of their skin more thoroughly, so they can make better choices about the products and treatments they choose.
How does it work?
Prior to the analysis, patients will be asked to remove all makeup and skin care products from the skin. The Visia skin analysis is performed in just a few minutes, using a series of close-up photos of the face. Results of the analysis are available immediately, and patients will be given a copy of the results to take home.
The Visia skin analysis is considered one of the most thorough evaluations of the skin available today.
- communicate clearly using powerful visual tools
- develop more targeted treatment programs
- improve patient satisfaction with recommended skin care treatments and regimens
- track treatment progress and outcomes effectively over time
What is the Visia Complexion Analysis?
The Visia Complexion Analysis is imaging technology that captures information in eight key complexion areas:
From fine lines to deeper creases, the Visia Complexion Analysis shows where they are located and how deep they are. Fine lines are characterized as light green lines, while deeper creases appear in a darker green hue.
Also referred to as “skin irregularities,” these brown or red lesions may be freckles, acne scarring, vascular lesions or hyperpigmentation. Visia detects their location, size and color so treatment options can be recommended.
Pores, the openings for sweat and oil ducts, can become clogged with dirt and oil, which leads to breakouts. Visia is able to distinguish between pores and skin spots through size and definition. When clusters of pores are seen through the analysis, it may indicate oily, breakout-prone skin.
An accurate evaluation of skin texture provides ample information about whether exfoliation treatment might be needed. Raised areas, such as pimples and dead skin cells, are shown in yellow. Indentations, caused by fine line and open pores, are indicated in blue.
UV spots are caused by sun damage that leads to an accumulation of melanin below the surface of the skin. Although these spots are often undetectable in normal lighting, the Visia system can accurately map UV spots to ensure proper treatment in the areas of greatest sun damage.
Brown spots might include freckles, age spots and moles. These spots can lead to an irregular texture visible on the skin’s surface and are caused by increased melanin production. By pinpointing the location and size of these spots, treatment can be recommended to break apart melanocytes to achieve smoother skin.
Reddened areas of the skin are frequently caused by broken capillaries and are most common on the nose and cheeks. They can also indicate skin conditions like acne and rosacea. The Visia analysis shows where these spots are located, so laser treatment or other procedures may be performed.
These bacterial excretions can block pores and lead to acne breakouts. By detecting these areas accurately, spot treatment can be recommended as well as skin care for the appropriate skin type.