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Observ 520

Observ 520 is an advanced skin analysis system uses Advanced Imaging System that provides vital information about the overall health of the skin, allows you and beauty therapist to see deep into the skin in detail and helps you diagnose a wide variety of skin conditions.


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6 Modes of Operation


The 6 different light sources/filters of the OBSERV provide vital information about the overall health of your client's skin, including potential desquamation issues, microbiome health, vascular and pigmented abnormalities, and more. You can also "look forward" to predict future potential issues.

Daylight | “Clinical Evalution” ​

The skin as seen in an controlled natural daylight environment.


Parallel Polarized | “Show the surface texture”

An enhanced view of the skin’s surface; fine lines, microrelief, wrinkles, texture and pores.


Cross Polarized | “Look into the skin”

With the skin’s surface shine suppressed, obtain an unobstructed view of dermal structures, vasculair conditions, inflamations , pigmentations.


Woods Lamp (Simulated) | “A modernized classic”

The light dermatologists and skin therapist are familair with. By adjusting the spectrum the distribution of skin secretions is revealed in colour.

True UV | “Fluorescence skin analysis”

Skin abnormalities on the skin’s surface or in deeper skin layers’s create distinguisable fluorescence patterns and stand out from surrounding healthy skin.


Complexion analysis | “Irregularities revealed”

The complexion analysis reveals transformations in skin tone, pigmentation irregularities and vascular irritations. A homegenous complexion is the fundament of beauty.

How it works


The OBSERV works in a similar way to the old "woods lamps and "skin scanners" but with much more technology and accuracy. The use of modern precision LED's and multiple filtration systems allow far more clarity and accuracy, resulting in an unparalleled view of the skin-above and below.

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