OBSERV® UV Technology

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A Revolutionary Journey Beneath The Skin Surface Observ UV Technology

Skin Fluorescence Technology

The OBSERV 520 is a Skin Scanner that is able to expose underlying skin conditions (that the naked eye cannot). Thanks to the patented technology, the Observ reveals skin conditions with unparalleled clarity and contrast.

This enables Woodhall Well Being to give you the perfect treatment facial and/or product advice - specifically for you!

Many skin conditions that surface in time originate from the deeper skin layers and are difficult to diagnose with the human eye. The Observ exposes those conditions.

The Observ 520 works on the principle of skin fluorescence. The Observ is equipped with a unique patented technology which reveals skin fluorescence by exposing the skin with a low dose of UV rays. The UV intensity is just a fraction of the natural sun light and up to 3 times less than a conventional Wood’s lamps.   Using this unique technology, you can instantly reveal skin conditions, create awareness and propose your client targeted treatment programs.

The cells within the human skin emit visible light in a unique way. In this way skin conditions can easily be identified by the unique colours and patterns that become fluorescent when exposed to the true UV.

With the Observ you can visualize:

  • Depth of pigmentation disorders
  • Distribution of melasma pigmentation- Sun damage
  • Porphyrin in acne & comedones
  • Free oil flow
  • Plugged pores
  • Areas of keratinized skin
  • Areas with diminished circulation
  • Dehydrated skin
  • Vascular conditions
  • Rosacea
  • Skin irritations
  • Areas of lipid-dry skin
  • Milia from milia like
  • Area with collagen loss
  • Sensitive and thinned skin areas
  • Wrinkle formations
  • Fine skin surface texture
  • Fine line patterns
  • Microrelief

A revolutionary journey beneath the skin surface observ - UV Technology

The cells within the human skin emit visible light in a unique way. In this way skin conditions can easily be identified by the unique colours and patterns that become fluorescent when exposed to the true UV.