What is dermograph™?

The dermograph™ is the world's first transdermal skin consultation system for beauty advisors to offer credible and scientific consultations to their customers. It helps your customers achieve their skincare goals by analyzing the skin and guiding them to the best products and treatments.

The dermograph is designed not only for beauty advisors, but for brands, retailers and distributors as well. It’s a great tool for improving your skincare business, lifting retail sales and building durable client relationships.

Who is it for?

For beauty consultants, estheticians and skincare experts, the dermograph™ is a distinctive way to engage with customers in a scientific, yet friendly manner.

Leading skincare brands and spas use the dermograph today to educate and inform customers and build solid relationships.

For distributors, it’s an opportunity to help their clients differentiate from others in the market via a unique tool that not only vastly improves the product recommendation process but also increases business revenues.

What does dermograph™ offer?
Skin Health Analysis
The dermograph measures 7 vital skin health parameters to give an accurate profile of your skin.
Moisture is a measure of hydration retention in the skin. Dermograph measures the amount of moisture in the surface layers of the skin. Moisture levels of the skin are crucial for healthy, good looking skin.
Degree of even, repeatable patterns in the skin. The more even the texture, the healthier the skin is, and the healthier it functions (breathing, water loss, reflectivity).
Dermograph measures the oil activity of sebaceous glands in the dermal layer of the skin. This impacts the amount of oil that gathers on the surface of the epidermis. Optimal oil production by oil glands protects the skin by acting as a barrier and locks in the moisture beneath the surface of the skin.
Indicates the intensity of redness as caused by excessive haemoglobin, inflammation and broken capillaries. We identify changes and unevenness in haemoglobin between normal and reddish areas.
Amount of reflectance adjusted for texture, oil levels, blood vessel status, moisture and other factors. The better the luminosity without excess oily sheen, the healthier the skin.
Indicates the melanin levels in skin, not including haemoglobin. We identify unevenness of melanin between normal and pigmented regions as well as local defects in distribution of melanin in the epidermal skin layer.
Skin’s ability to return back to its original state, post deformation, indicating healthy levels of collagen and elastin. This is measured through a combination of textural and spectral analysis.
Other Key Features
Print or email a detailed analysis of the customer’s skin profile with the best products and treatment recommendations.
We provide a variety of solutions around your spa or brands’ requirements and product inventory. You can choose from several hardware and software options to build a credible skin imaging consultation for your customer’s needs.
Skin Health Diary
Keep a record of skin health via the tracking feature. Browse through data, monitor and analyze skin progress and track changes over multiple customer visits.

Here is how dermograph improves the business

of our existing clients.

Basket size increase by 1.5 times
Willingness to purchase tripled
52% Sales lift
How does it work?
The science of Dermoscopy (also known as dermatoscopy) is used in the medical world to assess medical concerns, including moles, skin tumors, rashes, and other types of skin lesions. Dermoscopes are used extensively for skin cancer detection and prevention with accurate results.
Spectroscopy is the study of the interaction between matter and emitted energy. We're able to determine the skin profile by analyzing how skin structures and features like moisture, oil, glands, melanin, etc. interact with different wavelengths of visible light.
Nanotechnology is the manipulation of matter at an atomic and molecular scale. Using a special effect that occurs with such a manipulation of visible light when it interacts with skin, we create a distinct "fingerprint" of skin structures and are able to decode this signature.

Our skin imaging technology has evolved from the medical field.

The transdermal skin imager works within the visible (and safe) light spectrum using a special light source to illuminate the skin’s layers. This visible light penetrates a few millimeters of the skin and the imager reads tissue structures like oil glands, collagen, and elastin. The software analyzes this information and gives a detailed assessment of the skin in easy to understand measurements.

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