The Pear 3D Plus Skin Analysis System

Taking The Guesswork out

Dr. Finger and his team at New Youth Skin Care are excited  to offer the PEAR 3D Plus skin analysis system to all patients looking to improve their overall skin health and look.  Remember, if your skin is healthy it will show. The Pear combines the best of photography and skin analysis together for an easy to use tool to better determine what treatments and skincare products your skin can get the most benefit from. It also helps our esthetician develop an effective treatment plan and prevention plan without guessing. The 3D Pear system is by far the best option for completing a complexion skin analysis.

A session with the PEAR 3D Plus Skin Analysis System is pain-free, quick and comfortable. After placing your head in the capture station, the digital camera quickly captures and processes the images into the DermaQuip computer database system.

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How does the Pear 3D Plus Skin Analysis System Work?

The PEAR 3D Plus Skin Analysis is multi-faceted, taking multiple images of the face (and  layers of the skin) simultaneously. These incredible cameras not only capture the face in nearly microscopic detail, they also reveal damage done to the face that could never be seen with the naked human eye. Uncover UV radiation damage, wrinkles growing in the subcutaneous layers of the skin, clogged pores, and more. The PEAR shows the pores of the face in three-dimensional detail. This allows our esthetician Tiffanyto view the evidence of your facial skin condition, and make suggestions accordingly.

Why you should not wait to have a Pear 3D Plus Skin Analysis done?

Whether you want to reduce breakouts, address fine lines and wrinkles, or you want to get rid of sun damage and uneven skin tone, until you know the exact condition of your skin in depth we can only treat concerns that we can see.  

Which skin type do I have?

You may know the type of coffee to order far better than the type of skin you have.  If this is the case, you need a proper skin analysis.

Do your cheeks require constant hydration? Or does your forehead oil up more than the rest of the skin on your face? Whatever your concerns are, knowing your skin type can take you several steps ahead in finding your best skincare routine.  Knowing your correct skin type enables you to find the skin products that will work wonders and give you the best skin you have had in forever!

Normal Skin

This type of skin is neither dry nor oily.   The texture is regular, free from imperfection, clear, and with a supple appearance.  You might think this skin type does not need special care but a facial analysis can see through the deepest parts of the skin and reveal future skin issues caused by aging and sun exposure.  This enables you to address these skin issues even before they show up on the skin surface.

Sensitive Skin

This type of skin is prone to reactions to stimuli.  Also known as irritated skin, those with skin type experience discomfort from the heat, tightness, rashes, or itching.  Sensitive skin has a weak barrier feature which makes it easy for certain elements and irritants to enter it.  This increases the occurrence of infection and allergic reactions.  Sensitive skin is so delicate that it needs more care to combat dryness, roughness, and flakiness.   It is a delicate skin that needs more care to fight dryness, roughness, and its usual appearance.

Undergoing a skin analysis will benefit sensitive skin the most.  Skin analysis can bring forth a better understanding of the causes of the irritation thus enabling you to avoid them and to use the products that can prevent further and future irritation.

Dry Skin

In various cases, dry skin is caused by external factors like the weather, humidity, and immersion in hot water.  Dry skin condition is usually temporary although, for some people, it may happen more often and could be a lifelong struggle. Dry skin causes the skin surface to crack which leaves it more exposed to harmful elements.  Having this skin type is generally not serious but it may cause other skin disorders like eczema.  If not properly managed, it could be more prone to infections.

Dry skin is generally characterized by a feeling of tightness and roughness. It may also appear ashy gray.  In some cases, there is an occurrence of desquamation, itching, and cracks. More serious cases involve deep cracks that bleed. Atopic skin, for instance, begins with dry skin that leads to irritation and causes discomfort from itching. The main cause is genetic predisposition.  Other factors could trigger the occurrence or even aggravate the condition.  These factors may be environmental, food-related allergies, or certain cloth-related allergies.

It would make a big difference to undergo skin analysis when you have dry skin.  The process brings forth the underlying causes to determine the cure and prevent reoccurrence.  

Combination Skin

Based on the location of dryness or oiliness, this type of skin presents characteristics of both dry and oily skin because the distribution of the sebaceous and sweat glands is not uniform. The T-zone, where your forehead, nose, and chin are, is usually the oily region of the face.  The skin on the cheeks tends to be normal or dry.  

It is also best to get a skin analysis with this skin type since the care needed varies from one portion of the face to another.  A good skin analysis will help determine the right product to use for each part.

The Takeaway

The more you think you do not need a skin analysis, the more reason you need to have it done.  Aging occurs fast, damage occurs fast and before you know it, it might be too late to address your skin issues.

No matter what your skin type is, there is a need to undergo a skin analysis to properly take care of your skin and prevent it from premature aging and damage.  There are skin issues that only a detailed skin analysis can reveal.  It would be best to take advantage of this technology as one of the best forms of self-care you can do. 

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