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“Our bodies are apt to be our autobiographies.

Frank Gillette Burgess

VISIA skin and complexion analysis

See the result of a scientific experiment using my skincare range

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VISIA the world’s leading facial imaging solution often described the state-of-the-art-technology.

Visia skin and complexion analysis uses multi-spectral imaging to reveal damage and signs of ageing on and beneath the surface of the skin that is not visible to the human eye.

STAGE 1: Prior to first VISIA facial scan, no skincare products of any kinds were used for 7 weeks


STAGE 2: First VISIA Complexion Analysis was taken place on the 23/03/2018 at London Dermatology Centre. 

After the scan, no surgical or any kind of aesthetic procedure were used only the full range of Go Natural Organic Skincare range which was applied on a daily basis. 


STAGE 3: Second VISIA Complexion Analysis took place 3 months after the first scan on the 22nd/06/2018 at London Dermatology Centre.


NAME: Anita T. Tóth

AGE: 46 (at time of scan)


Eight areas affecting complexion health and appearance get analysed, including:

    • spots
    • wrinkles
    • colour variation in the skin tone
    • pore
    • sun damage
    • subsurface pigmentation
    • vascular conditions
    • porphyrins (evidence of bacteria in pores)


Indication of whether or not the skin looks older than the average person of the same age and skin type.

In this category the HIGHER the score the better, i.e a score of 96% for spots means that only 4% of people of your age have fewer spots than you.




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In this category the LOWER the score the better, i.e a score of 10 for UV spots indicates that the person’s skin has only 10% UV damage compared to others at the same age and same skin type.


Quantitative Analysis and Visual Assessment

VISIA complexion analysis algorithms themselves are supported by an extensive set of research papers describing the analysis techniques and results across various skin types which have made VISIA the world’s leading facial imaging solution, often described the state-of-the-art-technology.

However, I would like to point out that the machine didn’t  scan the exact same area when the procedure was repeated. In my case, it scanned more eyelashes in at the second time of examination, therefore, the score I have been given for Wrinkles was worse than the original score even though my skin looked visibly much younger and healthier than the untreated skin three months prior to the second scan.



Despite the fact that the machine isn’t 100% reliable, I believe the obvious improvement of my skin after using only my organic skincare range is very impressive. 

Anita T. Tóth