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visia skin analysis


advanced complexion mapping

VISIA Skin Analysis is a cutting-edge diagnostic tool that offers an in-depth look at your facial skin. This sophisticated system captures a series of high-resolution photographs, analysing key aspects of your skin's health and appearance.

The VISIA technology provides a visual representation of your skin's condition, offering an easy-to-understand analysis of various skin issues. This detailed assessment forms the foundation for creating a personalised skincare and treatment regime tailored to your specific needs.

Treatment Time

45 Minutes




Skin Health



visia skin analysis

what is visia skin analysis? 

The VISIA Skin Analysis is an advanced diagnostic tool that complements our comprehensive skin consultation. This cutting-edge technology uses cross-polarised and UV lighting to capture and analyse both surface and subsurface skin conditions with unprecedented detail.

The VISIA system employs UV photography to provide a complete assessment of sun damage, including UV fluorescence imaging to reveal porphyrins. It also utilises technology that separates red and brown skin components, allowing for unparalleled visualisation of conditions like spider veins, hyperpigmentation, and inflammation.

During your VISIA analysis, our experienced dermal clinicians interpret the data, engaging in an open dialogue about your skincare goals. This collaborative process helps identify the root causes of your skin issues, enabling us to develop a tailored treatment regime that addresses your skin's unique needs and empowers you with in-depth knowledge about your skin's condition.

VISIA Consultation   | Initial            | 45 Minutes  | $150 - redeemable

VISIA Consultation   | Follow-Up  | 45 Minutes  | $100 - redeemable

VISIA Images             | Review         |  15 Minutes  | $0

For clients who wish to be seen by the director for a prescriptive treatment regime and curated product prescription:

VISIA Consultation  | Angelina     | 45 Minutes  | $300 - redeemable

who is visia skin analysis for?

  • Individuals seeking a comprehensive understanding of their skin's condition

  • Those looking for targeted skincare solutions

  • People interested in tracking their skin's progress over time

  • Clients considering advanced skin treatments/regimens

  • Anyone wanting to optimise their skincare routine

how does visia skin analysis work?

During your VISIA Skin Analysis session, our advanced imaging system captures multiple photographs of your face under different light conditions. These images are then analysed to assess various aspects of your skin, including pigmentation spots, wrinkles, texture, pores, vascularity, and porphyrins.

The VISIA Skin Analysis utilises advanced imaging technology, including IntelliFlash®, cross-polarised, and UV lighting, to capture and measure both surface and subsurface skin conditions. UV photography provides comprehensive data on sun damage, while UV fluorescence imaging reveals porphyrins.

Canfield's RBX® Technology separates the unique colour signatures of red and brown skin components, offering unparalleled visualisation of conditions like spider veins, hyperpigmentation, and inflammation. This multi-spectral imaging approach generates a detailed report of your skin's condition, comparing your results to others of similar age and skin type. 

Our experts then use this data to create a personalised treatment regime targeting your specific skin concerns.

expected outcomes

  • A comprehensive, visual analysis of your skin's condition

  • Identification of specific areas requiring attention

  • A personalised skincare and treatment regime

  • Ability to track skin improvements over time

  • Enhanced understanding of your skin's unique characteristics


Following your VISIA analysis, you'll receive a detailed report of your results. 

We recommend booking a follow-up consultation with one of our dermal clinicians to discuss your analysis in depth and explore suitable treatment options for your skin concerns.

VISIA skin analysis imaging
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