Why skin analysis is important for your health and skin

Why skin analysis is important for your health

Skin Analysis will help you to have healthy glowing skin.

It is important that we take good care of our skin, as it is not only responsible for protecting us against environmental elements and eliminating toxins. You must underneath your skin in order to choose the best product and course of treatment for yourself. When you have an skin analysis you can gain valuable insight into what is happening inside our bodies too. Your skin can show thyroid troubles, hormonal imbalances and dietary problems. A great example is the what is causing your acne.

Conducting a thorough dermal analysis is one of the most important aspects prior to any beauty treatment. When you have your skin professionally analysised, it will highlight any underlying condition that needs to be address plus establish the correct diagnosis so that your treatments and skincare is correctly prescribed. This will achieve the glowing results that you’re looking for, and a step to correct the underlying health reasons that need to be addressed. This type of full and thorough analysis can not be conducted over the counter of your department store with your makeup on, as makeup can cover-up a world of problems. A full and correct analysis involves a careful assessment of our skin’s type and condition. It will take into account any aspects that may be damaging your dermal health, underlying medical conditions, previous sun exposure and our daily skin care routine. Our skin is in a constant state of change and it’s important to have our skin analysis at least once a year or when we have had changes in our health, hormones and diet.

How is Skin Analysis conducted

When you want to achieve great results from your treatments, you need to ensure that the therapist that you are working with conducts a comprehensive skin diagnosis, which addresses possible internal and external influences. To achieve optimal results your professional therapist, must complete a though cleanse of your face of all makeup/sunscreen and moisturizers. Then she/he will complete a visual and touch using a magnifying lamp. After this initial basic skin analysis a UV lamp/camera to take a snapshot of the condition of your skin, allowing the therapist to see what the naked eye can’t. This will reveal and confirm your skin type and conditions. The final step to be complete is the skin therapist most valuable tool; is the skin scanner. This scanner  can also reveal what is happening under the surface of your skin. This type of dermal analysis enables a highly accurate diagnosis of your skin giving you, your moisture levels, the pH balance, environmental damage and aging levels. I have found when conducting a full skin analysis that many clients (25 and over) are over using their AHA based exfoliatants and under using their eye serums which is premature aging. With a small change to their daily skincare routine and corrective treatments their skin is glowing and looking younger in no time at all.

If you are thinking of doing any type of anti-aging, pigmentation or acne treatments, seek a therapist that conducts a thorough skin diagnosis, that utilises modern technology, so that you achieve the best results. A professional analysis  of your skin should take approximately 30 to 45 minutes and cost from $50 to $100 and usually redeemable upon purchase of treatment course or products. Make a booking with Debra Spence to have a comprehensive skin diagnosis.

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Skin Analysis will help you to have healthy glowing skin.
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Debra Spence is a Qualified Medical Aesthetician, Cosmetic Scientist, Lecture and Author. Owned of an Australian National Award Winning Medi Spa. Now is concerntrating on Education of Skin and Skincare plus provideing advance treatments to her private patients. Plus developing Zen Dejour a Result Based Cosmeceutical Skincare Range and Dermal Solution Private Lable Professional Skincare.

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