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VISIA® Skin Analysis

The 7th Generation VISIA® Skin Analysis System redefines the landscape of aesthetic and skincare consultations, offering a significantly enhanced experience. This cutting-edge system offers a significantly enhanced experience with its newly designed capture module that smoothly rotates around the subject. This innovation not only streamlines the imaging process but also prioritizes client comfort, setting a new standard in skin care assessments.

Facial Analysis

How does it work? 

With a newly designed capture module smoothly rotating around the subject the imaging process is simplified, ensuring greater client comfort. Inteliflash®, cross-polarized and UV lighting are used to record and measure surface and subsurface skin conditions. UV photography provides the most complete data for sun damage assessment and analysis, including UV fluorescence imaging to reveal porphyrins. The updated software facilitates faster image capture and includes automatic skin type classification, refined facial feature detection, and more.
Facial Analysis


VISIA Facial Imaging Booth
  • Automatic focus
  • Automated white balance correction
  • Capture module positions: Left 33°, Center 0°, Right 33°
  • Headrest: Adjustable vertically three positions
  • Chinrest Height: 8.8 in (22.3 cm) from table
  • Headrest Height: 16 in (40.6 cm) from table
  • Multi-spectral Imaging
    • Standard light IntelliFlash
    • Cross Polarized flash
    • Ultraviolet lighting
VISIA Facial Imaging Booth - Size & Weight
  • Centered: 13 x 14.2 x 20.9 in (32.9 x 36 x 53.1 cm)
  • Total footprint with 3 position swing: 15 x 22.9 x 20.9 in (38.1 x 58.2 x 53.1 cm)
  • Weight: 31 lbs. (14 kg)
  • Voltage: 100 to 240 Volts AC (+/- 10%)
  • Frequency: 50/60 Hz (+/- 3 Hz)
  • Current: 3 A (rms)


  • 16 GB RAM
  • 2.2 GHz or faster processor, Intel i5
  • Minimum 10 GB available disk space for installing application
  • 250 GB available disk space recommended for data
  • Monitor: 1280 x 900 (4K monitors supported at maximum 150% magnification)
  • USB Ports: 2 dedicated ports (USB 2.0)
  • 1 Gbps wired LAN connectivity (Wi-Fi not supported)
  • Windows 10 or 11 (Professional 64 Bit) - Recommended
  • Windows Home Edition & Windows VISTA – NOT SUPPORTED
  • Internet Explorer 11
VISIA iPad App
  • Minimum support of 802.11n or later protocol by the intra-office Wi-Fi router
  • Requires iPad capable of running the current version of iOS
SQL Server
  • Windows Server 2016 64-bit and 2019 64-bit
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2017 and 2019 (Express edition is installed by default)
  • 2 GHz or faster processor, Intel i5
  • 16 GB RAM (or higher)
  • 1 Gbps wired LAN connectivity (Wi-Fi not supported)
  • 300 GB HD, 7200 rpm minimum
  • Space required dependent upon patient volume and camera used/settings
  • Regularly scheduled backups are highly recommended
  • Users must be logged on with local administrator privileges.
  • Serial Numbers below 947249 are no longer supported. Contact Canfield for trade in / upgrade options.
  • The serial number is located next to the USB port on the rear panel.
  • We do not support using a server class OS as a workstation.
  • WAN Connectivity is NOT supported.


1.- What factors influence the results of the image session?

Several factors contribute to the actual scores generated by the VISIA complexion analysis algorithms. These include the skin condition (whether it is cleaned or has fresh makeup, old makeup, time of day), head registration within the booth, facial expression (particularly for wrinkles), stray hair, and glare areas resulting from oily skin. It is important to note that the percentile scores corresponds to subjects with cleaned skin before their imaging session. Therefore, results may vary if makeup is not removed prior to a patient’s VISIA session.

2.- Do I need to close the eyes while the picture is taken?

We recommend that your eyes be closed for the UV photos given the intensity of the UV flashes. For standard photos, the eyes can be either open or closed, although more aesthetically pleasing images are captured with the eyes open. Because the mask uses the standard photo (in which the patient’s eyes are typically open), there is no need to be concerned that eyelashes will be included inadvertently in UV analysis, even though the patient’s eyes are closed.

Words from our happy clients

"The service was spectacular! Love the staff, they solve all my questions so I would be relaxed."

Olivia Rodriguez

“I absolutely love it! I’ve tried other places before but do not see any progress, this time is different. You need to try it!” 

Carla Barbarena

I stayed at the hotel where the Spa is located, this is the best idea ever! I relaxed at my vacations and continued my laser treatment.” 

Sally Walden