Analyzing Using AI and Big Data on Skin

We use these two APEX original analyses in the Analyzing process: Potential Analysis to know the possibilities of your skin condition in the future, and Condition Analysis on your current skin condition and how it could easily appear in the near future.

An Industry First and APEX Exclusive: Potential Analysis to Measure Your Skin’s Future Potential

In APEX Skin Planning, we are an industry pioneer in using our newly developed and original analyzing technology to analyze the skin’s deeper sections using videos of facial movements.
This enables us to provide our customers with a quick, easy, and highly-accurate analysis, even in store.

Potential Analysis: What we can estimate

We look at the condition of the skin’s three layers (epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous tissue), and estimate if the skin will be able to adequately function from hereon.
You can check the skin analysis results on the POLA store tablet, and using the APEX Skin Log application.

Potential Analysis: What we can estimate
Example of POLA store tablet screen
Example of POLA store tablet screen.Get a detailed analysis of even the factors causing areas requiring more care.
Compare your results with the average score of women in the same age group and region.
Example of POLA store tablet screen.Compare your ideal scores with your previous scores.

Condition Analysis to Know Your Skin Condition Now, and in the Near Future

We use moisture content sensors, images from skin cameras, profiling data, and know-how acquired from around 18 million*2 entries of big data on skin, to score and visualize your current skin condition and how it could easily appear in the near future.

Condition Analysis: What We Can Find Out

We analyze your current skin condition and how it could easily appear in the near future right down to the unseen cellular level, and identify unnoticed signs of skin troubles, and even the factors causing them.
You can check the skin analysis results on the POLA store tablet.

  1. Researched by POLA, as of the end of February 2019
  2. As of January 2019

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