Image Pro I Skin Health Analysis:

The system’s high resolution optics take multiple images of the full face and underlying layers of the skin simultaneously. The camera not only captures the skin in nearly microscopic detail, it also reveals skin damage that can not be seen with the naked eye.

 Dr. Phil Demonstrating the benefit of Pro Emage

Diagnosing the face with a UV light we can measure the sun damage in the deeper layers of the skin.  With this knowledge a treatment plan can be given to avoid further damage as well as improving the present condition.

This image of  skin reveals and measures the amount of roughness and bacteria present.  A detailed recommendation based on your skin will be made.

This image assesses the amount of spots on the surface of the skin. This depicts problems in the outer layers of the skin.

Computerized Skin Analysis

Advanced technology is used to capture photos your face and give an analysis of your skin. This is a great way to know where your skin is at. It will give an accurate reading of hyperpigmentation, pore size, wrinkles, skin texture, bacteria and sun damage underneath the surface of the skin.

RGB Spots

This portion detects any hyperpigmentation on the surface of the skin. Hyperpigmentation is any pigmentation darker than your natural skin tone. Most hyperpigmentation consists of sun damage, age spots and acne scaring. Hyperpigmentation can be significantly lightened through professional treatments as well as home care.

Professional Treatments: Jessner Peel, Microdermabrasion

Home Care: DNA Lightening Wash, DNA Acne Serum, DNA Lightening Gel, DNA Derma-CLR, Sothys Duo Brightening Serum

RGB Pores

The size of our pores is usually genetic and contributes to our skin type. Generally those with larger pores have oilier skin while those with smaller pores have dryer skin. Pore size can change over time. As we age our skin stretches and this also stretches out our pores. In this case, a firming treatment can help to shrink pores back to their original size. Exfoliating treatments also help to reduce pore size. Exfoliating the surface of your skin can reduce the depth of the pore making it appear smaller.

Professional Treatments: Microdermabrasion, Peels, Stem Cell Express Facial

Home Care: Pore Refiner, Spray Stick

RGB Wrinkles

As we age our skin begins to loose elasticity and collagen. As a results skin begins to sag and wrinkles appear. Muscles also become tight resulting in expression lines. At Refresh we have treatments that boost collagen, increase firmness, strengthen muscle tone as well as relax tightened muscles.

Professional Treatments: Refresh Lift, Stem Cell Express Facial, Microdermabrasion, Peels, Collagen & Hyaluronic Facial, European Facial

Home Care: Sothys Grade Creams 1-4, Sothys Grade Serums 1-4, Multi-Action Eye Contour, Phyto Collagen Moisturizer, Zen Therapy, Supernatural Vitamin A Serum, Lift and Firm Botanical Gel, Anti-aging Eye Repair

RGB Roughness

Roughness can be caused by keratinized skin cells and dryness. The best way to treat roughness is to exfoliate the surface of the epidermis to smooth out the texture. Acne and other skin conditions can contribute to skin texture.  These certain conditions and can be discussed with an esthetician to come up with the plan of action.

Professional Treatments: Microdermabrasion, Peels, Stem Cell Express Facial, European Facial, Mini Facial, Hydradvance Facial, Collagen & Hyaluronic Facial, Clarifying Facial

Home Care: Phyto Lipid Hydrating Scub, Micro-gel Peeling, Biological Skin Peeling

UV Bacteria

Too much bacteria can be the result of not properly cleansing your skin at home. It’s important to keep your skin clean to promote clear skin. A buildup of bacteria in the pores can result in acne and problematic skin. There are many treatments to cleanse your skin and rid of excess bacteria.

Professional Treatments: Clarifying Facial, European, Mini Facial, Extractions, Peels, Refresh Lift

Home Care: DNA & Sothys Cleansers, Acne Serum, Clarifying Serum

UV Spots

UV spots are the sun damage underneath the surface of your skin. UV spots can’t always be seen on the surface of the skin, but do tend to come out over time. The best way to prevent UV spots is to stay out of the sun and wear daily a 28 spf or higher.

Professional Treatments: Jessner Peel

Home Care: Sunscreen