VISIA Complexion Analysis
The VISIA Complexion Analysis System is an exciting skin assessment technology that allows our aesthetic team to offer detailed information about the condition of our patients' skin. The system quickly and easily captures high-quality images while rotating around the face. Advanced technology then classifies skin type and identifies facial features and skin conditions so that Setty Plastics & Aesthetics can customize your treatment plan. Dr. Setty or a member of our team will share your results and communicate the findings so we can partner together to help you achieve a smoother and more youthful complexion than ever.
How it Works
After capturing multi-spectral photos of the face, VISIA software provides a detailed and comprehensive analysis of your unique facial features. The analysis pinpoints six skin health characteristics including, UV spots, bacteria, texture, pores, spots, and wrinkles. VISIA will then score your complexion against other patients of the same age, sex, and skin type and can monitor improvement or decline. Setty Plastics & Aesthetic utilizes the innovative technology to create skin care treatment plans and to help you reach your aesthetic goals.
How can VISIA improve my skin?
Knowing the intricate details and factors associated with your complexion is key to improving it. If you are struggling with acne, melasma, or rosacea, VISIA can help establish the underlying cause so that our team can create a plan to address it.
Do I have to remove my makeup before using VISIA?
Actually, no! VISIA recognizes when a patient is wearing makeup versus when the skin is clean. The powerful cross-polarized UV lighting provides a complete assessment of your skin condition with or without makeup. However, you will enjoy a more detailed assessment with clean skin.
How do you know the results are accurate?
Complexion analysis software has been in use since 1990 and has been undergoing extensive lab and field-testing ever since. VISIA is a 7th-generation complexion analysis system backed by the research and analyses of scientists and physicians for nearly 30 years.