The Janus-II uses a camera to take pictures of your face under three lighting conditions: Normal, Polarized, and Ultraviolet.
Janus II: More Than a Camera
At BHRC, we use the Janus-II digital facial diagnosis system to fully understand your unique complexion profile – the most important step to the optimal health and vitality of your skin. Using this state-of-the-art Janus-II complexion analysis software, we can design rejuvenation and skin care programs that are truly customized for your specific needs.
The Power of Digital Facial Diagnosis
What’s so powerful about the Janus-II system, is that it can determine your skin’s condition both topically and below the surface. The imaging system’s multi-spectral imaging and analysis provides our qualified skincare professionals with a clear, multi-dimensional portrait of the aspects of your complexion which contribute to your overall appearance. We then use this information to guide the creation of a personalized skin treatment program, designed to give you the best results possible.
Uncovering the Truth Using Janus-II
To paint a clear picture of your skin, and to assist in evaluating the likely benefit of treatment, we use a Janus-II imaging session during some of our initial consultations. The Janus-II uses multi-spectral imaging and analysis to capture key visual information in the 6 areas that affect the health and appearance of your complexion:
Evenness (color variation in the skin tone)
Porphyrins (evidence of bacteria in pores)
UV spots (characteristic of photo-damage, typically from overexposure to sun).
Using this information, a BHRC skincare professional can assess your skin condition, and recommend optimal treatments and regimens which are right for you.
How The Janus-II Works
The Janus-II uses a 14 megapixel Canon camera to take pictures of your face under three lighting conditions:
Normal: The surface appearance of your skin texture, pore and wrinkles
Polarized: Used to capture pigmentation and acne
Ultraviolet (UV): For measuring sebum, porphyrin, pigmentation and keratin.
These images are then analysed by software to compare certain aspects of your skin against a database of thousands of people for differences in the condition of your pores, wrinkles, skin tone, UV damage, pigmentation and sebum/porphyrins. One of our skincare specialists is able to precisely measure the keratin, pore structure, wrinkles, freckles and sebum in your skin.