Observe 320 Skin AnalysisA Revolutionary Journey Beneath The Skin Surface
Observe 320 skin analysis uses a range of different lighting modes to show different layers of the skin. Through these different modes, your practitioner will be ale to see your skin’s overall appearance and smoothness, as well as wrinkles, bumpy areas and pigmentation.
The possible modes that a skincare professional will use to analyse your skin are:
Simulated Wood’s light
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Observe 320 skin analysis will allow your practitioner to analyse your skin and highlight any concerns they may have and consequently tell you how to improve it. They can also use this method to effectively diagnose skin conditions. You can then choose to have a treatment plan catered to achieving your desired skin.
Before the analysis, you will be able to discuss all aspects of the treatment programme and have any questions answered. Your makeup will be removed, and you will be asked to put your head into a machine. Your results will be available instantly, and you will be talked through a subsequent treatment plan by your practitioner.
A skin analysis is generally performed on the facial area.
There is no recovery time for Observe 320 skin analysis.
What is Observe?
The Observe is a machine that is used to examine the layers of your skin that are not visible to the naked eye. The machine enables your practitioner to create a bespoke treatment plan for your skin.
Who is it suitable for?
Anyone can have an Observe 320 skin analysis, however if you are sensitive to light or have a condition such as epilepsy you may not be suitable. If you have any concerns, consult your doctor.
What are the side effects?
The machine simply shines light onto your face to analyse your skin – therefore, there are no side effects.
What results can I expect?
You will be shown a detailed analysis of each different light filter, and you will have each one explained to you. This will then allow your practitioner to create a treatment plan tailored specifically to you depending on the condition of your skin.