Posts Tagged ‘Dermacatch’

Skin colour measurement

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

A few devices exist for the measurement of skin colour. These devices are generally called skin colorimeters. The most well-known existing colorimeters are Chromameter, Mexameter, and the newly developed device DermaCatch. Skin colorimeters are usually equipped with a handpiece which is put on the desired area of the skin and emits certain wavelenghts on the […]

DERMACATCH – The latest advancement in skin colour measurement

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

Precise skin color (colour) measurement is of the utmost importance for researchers as well as clinicians involved in the field of skin pigmentation. Skin colorimetry has proved to be a delicate and rather complex issue.  This complexity results from several facts: Skin erythema, which readily changes due to internal or external factors, can highly interfere […]

DERMACATCH Pigment and Erythema Analyzer

Thursday, August 2nd, 2012

Welcome the Dermacatch pigment and erythema analyzer page. This hand-held colorimeter allows the precise measurement of the degree of skin pigmentation and erythema. Indeed and contrarily to other colorimeters, it is able to distinguish redness (erythema) from pigmentation of the skin. This machine is particularly useful: For clinicians to measure the degree of pigmentation: In […]

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