The Reveal Imager allows us to fully analyze your skin and to design a treatment plan and skin care regimen specifically for you. With its 3-D imaging, zoom and magnify capabilities, we can evaluate skin pigmentation, texture, sun damage, spider veins, rosacea, acne and wrinkles. This multi-spectral analysis helps to identify the key areas that affect your skin’s health and appearance. With this tool we can examine your skin beneath the surface, where complexion problems begin.
When we have completed your complimentary analysis and consultation, we will provide you with a customized report which will include images of your skin as well as our treatment and skin care regimen recommendations based on your specific skin type and condition.
You can schedule your complimentary Reveal Imager skin care analysis and consultation during our Elemis Biotec Facial Event at our San Francisco location on Saturday, August 26th. There will be limited openings for these Reveal Imager sessions—-first come, first served!
Reveal Imager Comparison: Natural light vs Brown Filter
How does Reveal Imager work?
The Reveal Imager scans your skin and captures key visual information, using multi-spectral imaging and analysis, of key areas that affect your skin’s health and appearance.
How long does the Reveal Imager session take?
The Reveal Imager analysis will take just a few minutes. Once completed, the review of your results and consultation will typically take from thirty to forty-five minutes, focusing on your specific problem areas.
Why does Reveal take two photographs?
The first picture uses standard flash lighting, and depicts how you look in normal settings. A second picture is taken through cross-polarizing filters, which eliminates surface reflections from your skin. This enables Reveal to see beneath the skin’s surface.
Can I have make-up on for the Reveal photography?
For the best results, your face should be completely clean. Makeup is formulated to conceal skin problems, and this will greatly reduce Reveal’s effectiveness.
Can the Reveal Imager screen for skin cancer?
No, Reveal is not intended as a medical diagnostic instrument. If you have a suspicious area on your face, or anywhere on your skin, please consult with a dermatologist.