Visioscan® VC 98

Visioscan® VC 98

Skin topography directly from the skin to study the skin surface. The images show the structure of the skin and the level of dryness very impressively and offers anaccurate and very economical calculation of well known roughness parameters (SELS - surface evaluation of the living skin).

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For more than 30 years, Courage + Khazaka has been the world market leader for scientific testing instruments to assess a wide range of skin parameters (sebum, moisture, pH, melanin, elasticity, TEWL,...For more than 30 years, Courage + Khazaka has been the world market leader for scientific testing instruments to assess a wide range of skin parameters (sebum, moisture, pH, melanin, elasticity, TEWL, roughness, colour, gloss, temperature and more). They are standard in dermatology and cosmetology and are used for efficacy testing and claim support in all stage of the product development. At the point of sale, skin testing is the ideal marketing tool for promotion of the products. The devices are available in different combinations of parameters and can be customized.More

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