Until recently physicians did not have a scientific way to
measure skin aging, wrinkle, and sun damage. For the most part,
plastic surgeons and dermatologists relied on subjective evaluations to
determine skin changes and quantify skin healing properties. The
innovative Visia machine from Canfield Scientific provides the first
objective method of measuring skin aging and healing. It uses a
combination of varying lights to photograph surface and sub-surface skin
changes. It quantitatively measures wrinkles, pigmented spots,
texture, UV damage, and skin blood flow. It is also able to compare
results with a national data bank to determine the extent of skin damage
relative to others of the same age. It is an excellent follow-up tool
for the physician to determine how good a recommended skin healing
product worked to restore skin.
Marula Oil has a unique blend of omega fatty acids that
makes it an ideal moisturizer. Skin hydration and plumpness can help
reduce the appearance of fine lines.