Sub-surface examination of skin
The SkinLite II represents the latest advancement in skin examination technology, offering skin care practitioners both a broad and sub-surface view of the skin.
Skin conditions that can be more effectively viewed and analyzed with the SkinLite II include: clogged pores, cholesterol deposits, spider naevi, milia, telangiectasis, hemangiomas, hyperpigmentation, sun damaged skin, In-grown hair, fibromas, keratoses, and acneic conditions.
Wider and Broader View
The SkinLite II utilizes the SkinLite’s ground-breaking and patented cross-polarization technology which reduces surface reflection from the epidermal layer to achieve a unique sub-surface view into the skin.
The SkinLite II has been developed, however, to offer practitioners a sub-surface view of the skin that can examine a significantly larger surface area of skin than the standard SkinLite, in order to perform uniquely thorough, yet general, overall skin examinations.
Beneficial Companion to the Popular SkinLite
With its alternative yet complimentary capabilities, the SkinLite II is an extremely beneficial companion tool to the popular SkinLite.
Thus, in tandem, the SkinLite II and SkinLite are setting extraordinary, new benchmarks as transformative and complimentary skin examination tools that enable modern skin practitioners to achieve unparalleled and exceptionally effective skin examinations.
|1. How does the SkinLite differ from other skin analysis tools?
The SkinLite II offers views into the skin to a depth of 2mm, while most other skin analysis tools only magnify the surface of the skin
The SkinLite II offers unparalleled views of sub-surface skin conditions that are not visible with a magnifying lamp, a woods lamp, or the naked eye
The SkinLite II offers practitioners an extremely beneficial sub-surface examination of broad skin areas, with 2X magnification
As such, the SkinLite is an essential tool in assisting practitioners to better analyze and identify skin conditions
2. What is the difference between the SkinLite and the SkinLite II?
Both devices reveal sub-surface structures of the skin, to a depth of approximately 2 mm
The SkinLite II magnifies a wider, sub-surface view (75mm lens width) of the skin to 2X, while the SkinLite magnifies its much more targeted view of individual skin irregularities to 10X magnification
With its ability to examine significantly larger areas of skin, the SkinLite II is an extraordinarily beneficial skin examination tool that enables practitioners to perform a uniquely thorough, sub-surface examination of a client’s overall skin condition
Prior to specific treatments, however, it is the smaller, SkinLite that becomes essential in assisting skin care professionals further by revealing an astonishing and even more detailed, sub-surface view of an individually targeted skin irregularity or skin structure
3. How is the SkinLite II operated?
i) Press the wide, flat side button with thumb to activate the polarized light
ii) Situate the instrument approximately 4 inches from the skin surface
ii) Look through lens
4. Is the SkinLite II small enough to be easily transported?
Weighing only 1 lb and still relatively compact in size (28.5mm length), the SkinLite II is equipped with a protective, zippered pouch for easy transportation
5. How wide is the lens of the SkinLite II?
The SkinLite II’s lens has a width of 75 mm
It is this wide lens width than enables the SkinLite II to examine broad areas of skin
5. What are the SkinLite II’s magnification capabilities?
2 mm in-depth view of skin conditions
6. How will the SkinLite II benefit my clinic/office/business?
Increases capability of skin examinations, thereby also supporting the effectiveness of chosen treatment procedures
Immediately projects a more professional and advanced image for facility procedures, during preliminary and follow-up examination sessions