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  • Ellen Eide Kislal 6:19 pm on February 14, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: acne, , , redness, , , ,   

    Maximize your good looks by making smart product choices! 

    Too many choices on the skincare aisle? Want to figure out what skin condition to target for maximal impact?

    Sure, there are some creams out there that really can even out your skin tone. But if your skin tone is already even, maybe that’s not the product for you.

    A dermatologist we consulted recently mentioned that a patient will often state his or her main affliction to be something other than what she would cite as the patient’s main cosmetic concern.   Bearing this in mind, we developed a free, private automatic skin analysis web-based tool.
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    It’s easy to use;  just visit

    https://www.skinofmine.com/rank

    and upload a photo of your face.

    Your skin will be analyzed for acne, redness, hyperpigmentation including spots and freckles,  and fine lines and wrinkles.  Based on the analysis, you’ll be classified as one of the following:

    • Dolphin Smooth, even skin.. lucky you!
    • Leopard Adorable but speckled
    • Shar pei Fine lines and wrinkles are apparent
    • Cardinal Sensitive skin and redness
    • Sea Star Acne-prone skin

    We’ll give you a little information about the concern and show

    you a set of products that we think will give you the best bang for your skincare buck.

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    Oh, and one more thing… rest assured that no one other than you will  have access to your photo. Ever!

    So, what skinimal are you? Find out today and take the first step toward dophinizing yourself!

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  • Ellen Eide Kislal 3:21 pm on October 27, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: acne, analyze, , , , , , , ,   

    Quantifying Acne 

    We used the Skin Of Mine Acne module at skinofmine.com to quantify acne of six individuals, where the severity of the acne of the individuals ranged from none to severe.  In each case, the computer mouse was used to manually highlight the areas of concern for each individual.  Results are shown below. The lower row of images shows the highlighted regions in green.

     

    Quantification results coincide well with visual assessments. Note that for individual 3 (Acne Index of 56) the index would likely be higher if the entire face were exposed.

     
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