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  1. Facial diagnosis

  2. facial diagnosis Diagnosis Fundamental basis to establish treatment proposals in any profession requiring for consultation. STUDY DIAGNOSIS OF THESKIN AND ITSMODIFICATIONS FUNDAMENTAL BASIS FOR CARRYING OUT PERSONALISED TREATMENTS MENU

  3. facial diagnosis Diagnosis | Method DIAGNOSTICMETHOD ACTIONPROTOCOL INTERVIEW EXAMINATION MENU

  4. facial diagnosis Diagnosis | Diagnosticprotocol DIAGNOSTICPROTOCOL CLINICALDATASHEET AESTHETIC RECORD DISORDERSTUDYDATASHEET TREATMENT AND FOLLOW-UP DATASHEET INFORMEDCONSENT MENU

  5. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Diagnosticprotocol MENU

  6. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Diagnosticprotocol CLINICALDATASHEET MENU

  7. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Diagnosticprotocol AESTHETIC RECORD MENU

  8. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Diagnosticprotocol DISORDERSTUDYDATASHEET MENU

  9. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Diagnosticprotocol TREATMENT AND FOLLOW-UP DATASHEET MENU

  10. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Diagnosticprotocol POST-TREATMENTREGIMEN (Exampledatasheet) MENU

  11. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Diagnosticprotocol INFORMEDCONSENT (Exampledatasheet) MENU

  12. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Diagnosticprotocol DIAGNOSTICSTAGES 1.- ANALYSINGTHESKIN 2.- DETERMININGTHOSENEEDS AND ASPECTSTHATNEEDTO BE CORRECTED 3.- ESTABLISHING PROFESSIONAL PRESCRIPTION AND ADVICE MENU

  13. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis EXAMINATIONTECHNIQUES 1.- SKINSURFACEOBSERVATION 2.- TOUCH AND PALPATION 3.- COMPLEMENTARYEXAMINATIONS MENU

  14. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis EXAMINATIONTECHNIQUES 1.- SKINSURFACEOBSERVATION DETERMININGASPECTSSUCH AS COLOUR: Pink: highlyvascularizedyoungskins Yellowish: thickened, seborrhoeicskins Faded (greyish): dullskinsorafter a disease Redness: sensitiveorerythrosicskins Translucent: thinskins IN ADDITION TO: PHOTOTYPE, AGING MANIFESTATIONS, SHINE, PORE SIZE, TELANGIECTASIAS, MILIA, ACNE, HYPERPIGMENTATIONS. MENU

  15. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis EXAMINATIONTECHNIQUES 1.- SKINSURFACEOBSERVATION PhototypeI PhototypeII Phototype III PhototypeIV PhototypeV PhototypeVI MENU

  16. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis EXAMINATIONTECHNIQUES 1.- SKINSURFACEOBSERVATION PhototypeI PhototypeII Phototype III PhototypeIV PhototypeV PhototypeVI MENU

  17. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis DISORDERS AGINGMANIFESTATIONS WRINKLES LOSS OF FIRMNESS HYPERCHROMIAS LOSS OF DERMAL AND EPIDERMALTHICKNESS CAPILLARYBRITTLENESS MICROCIRCULATION TELANGIECTASIAS / COUPEROSE ROSACEA ERYTHEMASOLARE EMOTIONALERYTHEMA MENU

  18. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis DISORDERS HYPERPIGMENTATION MELASMA / CHLOASMA LENTIGO SOLARIS / SENILIS EPHELIDES PHOTOTOXICITY POST-INFLAMMATORY SEBACEOUSSECRETIONDISORDERS ACNE MILIA MENU

  19. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis DISORDERS AGINGMANIFESTATIONS WRINKLE • Foldappearing in theskin as a consequence of aging FLACCIDITY • Solft, inconsistentskin MENU

  20. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis DISORDERS MICROCIRCULATION TELANGIECTASIAS / COUPEROSE ERYTHEMASOLARE • Erythrosis and telangiectasias • In advanced stages, dark red, violet red colour • Thinskin • Reddenedskinduetosunexposure • More evident in phototypes I, II • Vasodilation EMOTIONALERYTHEMA ROSACEA • Erythrosis, sometimestelangiectasias • In seborrhoeic skins, presence of papules and pustules • Dystonicskin • Sensitive and irritable againstexternalagents • Cheekblush • Local vasodilation • Nerveendingstimulation MENU

  21. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis DISORDERS HYPERPIGMENTATION LENTIGO SOLARIS / SENILIS MELASMA / CHLOASMA • Yellow or brown-coloured hyperchromic pigmentations with different size • Hormonal or light stimulation • Depending on its location, it will be difficult to treat • Irregular contour • Most frequently located on cheeks, eyelids, upper lip and chin • When the disorder is associated with pregnancy, treatment should be initiated after birth • It is a further sign of the skin aging process • They usually appear between forties and fifties • They are diagnosed and treated together with skin aging • Senile pigmentations need preventive treatment, mainly photoprotection MENU

  22. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis DISORDERS HYPERPIGMENTATION EPHELIDES PHOTOTOXICITY • Congenital hypercromias, exacerbating in summer time • Sun protection is essential • They appear on face, hands and other body areas • Typical disorder in phototypes I, II • Prior contact with a photosensitizing substance (drugs, foods, chemical agents and cosmetics) and later exposure to UV radiation • After pigmentation onset, if it is recent, treatment will be highly effective; on the contrary, more ablating treatments should be performed POST-INFLAMMATORY • They appear as a consequence of chemical, physical or mechanical insults, inflammatory acne, laser, peelings, etc. that bring about an inflammatory condition. MENU

  23. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis DISORDERS SEBACEOUSSECRETIONDISORDERS ACNE • Skin disease consisting of sebaceous gland inflammation and appearance of different kinds of lesions. MILIA • Yellow punctiform lesions in the form of sebaceous cysts, without any exit orifice. MENU

  24. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis EXAMINATIONTECHNIQUES 2.- TOUCH AND PALPATION Contact with hand and fingers provides a fairly accurate idea of cutanous relief and other very interesting data. PINCHING Feel: thickorthin Elasticity: recoveringpoweronpinching Deepdehydration Presence of flacciditysigns MENU

  25. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis EXAMINATIONTECHNIQUES 2.- TOUCH AND PALPATION RUBBINGORSLIDING Smoothor rough skin Oilyor non oily Superficial dehydration Coarseor fine PRESSURE AND PALPATION Cutaneoustoneor tautness, unstressedorelastic Temperature (erythrosicskins) Moisture(dry, hyperhydratedskin) MENU

  26. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis EXAMINATIONTECHNIQUES 3.- COMPLEMENTARYEXAMINATIONS | WOOD‘SLAMP Dermal analysis equipment based on the fluorescence produced by certain substances when contacted by ultraviolet radiation having a wavelength of between 320 and 400 nm Whitish and bright Thick and keratinisedskin Dark Thin, littlekeratinisedskin Deepviolet Highlyhydratedskin Faintviolet Dehydratedskin Yellowish/pink Seborrhoea Clear orange Acne Poorlyviolet Hyperpigmentation Brightdots microcysts MENU

  27. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis EXAMINATIONTECHNIQUES 3.- COMPLEMENTARYEXAMINATIONS | WOOD‘SLAMP PIGMENTATION EPIDERMALMELASMA Itbecomes more noticeablewith light DERMAL MELASMA Itattenuatesordoesnotchangewith light MIXEDMELASMA Someareasbecome more noticeable and otherareas do not INAPPARENTMELASMA Itdisappearswith light (V or VI) MENU

  28. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis EXAMINATIONTECHNIQUES 3.- COMPLEMENTARYEXAMINATIONS | WOOD‘SLAMP PIGMENTATION MENU

  29. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis TYPE OF SKIN SUPERFICIALLYDEHYDRATED DRYSKIN DEEPLYDEHYDRATED DRYALIPIDIC OILYSKIN OILYSEBORRHOEIC (ACNE-PROONE) OCCLUDED / ASPHYXIALSKIN ACNE (INFLAMMATORY / NON INFLAMMATORY) COMBINATIONSKIN DEHYDRATED FAT AREA T OILY AND THERESTDEHYDRATED MENU

  30. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis DIAGNOSTICINTERPRETATION ONCE THENEEDSHAVEBEENDETERMINED Basedontheinformationgathered in theanalysis MENU

  31. facial diagnosis Diagnosis| Skinconditionanalysis DIAGNOSTICINTERPRETATION ONCE THOSEASPECTSTO BE CORRECTEDBYTREATMENTHAVEBEENIDENTIFIED ESTABLISH PROFESSIONAL PRESCRIPTION AND ADVICE • HOME CARETREATMENT • Specificdevices • Applicationregimen • … • PROFESSIONAL TREATMENT • Type of treatment • No. of sessions • … MENU