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  • Epidermal structural and biochemical changes in skin aging
    Post time: 05-12-2022

    The metabolism of the epidermis is that the basal keratinocytes gradually move upward with the cell differentiation, and eventually die to form a non-nucleated stratum corneum, and then fall off. It is generally believed that with the increase of age, the basal layer and the spinous layer are dis...Read more »

  • Abnormal skin pigment metabolism – chloasma
    Post time: 05-06-2022

    Chloasma is a common acquired skin pigmentation disorder in clinical practice. It mostly occurs in women of childbearing age, and can also be seen in less-known men. It is characterized by symmetrical pigmentation on the cheeks, forehead and cheeks, mostly in the shape of butterfly wings. Light y...Read more »

  • The Effect of Squalene on the Skin
    Post time: 04-29-2022

    The mechanism of squalene oxidation lies in that its low ionization threshold period can donate or receive electrons without damaging the molecular structure of cells, and squalene can terminate the chain reaction of hydroperoxides in the lipid peroxidation pathway. Studies have shown that the pe...Read more »

  • Recognize the RGB Light of the Skin Analyzer
    Post time: 04-21-2022

    Recognize the RGB light of the Skin Analyzer RGB is designed from the principle of color luminescence. In layman’s terms, its color mixing method is like red, green, and blue lights. When their lights overlap each other, the colors are mixed, but the brightness is equal to The sum of the br...Read more »

  • Why is a skin analyzer machine an essential instrument for beauty salons?
    Post time: 04-13-2022

    Without the help of a skin analyzer, there is a high probability of misdiagnosis. The treatment plan formulated under the premise of misdiagnosis will not only fail to solve the skin problem, but will make the skin problem worse. Compared with the price of beauty machines used in beauty salons, t...Read more »

  • Why skin analyzer machine can detect skin problems?
    Post time: 04-12-2022

    Normal skin has the ability to absorb light to protect the organs and tissues in the body from light damage. The ability of light to enter human tissue is closely related to its wavelength and the structure of skin tissue. Generally, the shorter the wavelength, the shallower the penetration into ...Read more »

  • What are the differences between MEICET skin analyzer MC88 and MC10
    Post time: 03-31-2022

    Many of our clients will ask what are the differences between MC88 and MC10. Here are reference answers for you. 1. Out-looking. The out-looking of MC88 is designed according to the inspiration of diamond, and its unique in the market. The out-looking of MC10 is common round. MC88 has 2 colors fo...Read more »

  • About Spectrum of Skin Analyzer Machine
    Post time: 03-29-2022

    Light sources are divided into visible light and invisible light. The light source used by the skin analyzer machine is essentially two types, one is natural light (RGB) and the other is UVA light. When RGB light + parallel polarizer, you can take a parallel polarized light image; when RGB light ...Read more »

  • What is Telangiectasia (red blood)?
    Post time: 03-23-2022

    1. What is telangiectasia? Telangiectasia, also known as red blood, spider web-like vein expansion, refers to the dilated small veins on the skin surface, often appearing in the legs, face, upper limbs, chest wall and other parts, most of the telangiectasias have no obvious uncomfortable symptoms...Read more »

  • What is the role of the sebum membrane?
    Post time: 03-22-2022

    The sebum membrane is very powerful, but it is always ignored. A healthy sebum film is the first element of healthy, brighter skin. The sebum membrane has important physiological functions on the skin and even the whole body, mainly in the following aspects: 1. Barrier effect The sebum film is th...Read more »

  • Causes of Large Pores
    Post time: 03-14-2022

    Large pores can be divided into 6 categories: oil type, aging type, dehydration type, keratin type, inflammation type, and improper care type. 1. Oil-type large pores More common in teens and oily skin. There is a lot of oil in the T part of the face, the pores are enlarged in a U-shape, and the ...Read more »

  • What is Dermatoglyphics
    Post time: 03-10-2022

        Skin texture is the unique skin surface of humans and primates, especially the external hereditary traits of the fingers (toes) and palm surfaces. Dermatoglyphic is once taken from the Greek, and its etymology is a combination of the words dermato (skin) and glyphic (carving), which means ski...Read more »

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