In just a few seconds, carry out an accurate analysis of 18 skin and hair criteria.

Discover the new C-Cube dermoanalyzer specially designed for research and development or panel inclusion upstream of your clinical studies. This precise and versatile system will speed up your studies and reduce your costs.

Wrinkles measurement

Thanks to its 2D and 3D sensor, quickly produce a reliable and repeatable measurement of various skin and hair criteria such as: color (L* a* b*), amount of sebum, hydration percentage, volume and depth of wrinkles, number of pores or a radiance index.
Back up all your claims and product effects with one single system. Use innovative criteria and never seen before illustrations in your marketing material. Criteria are computed and displayed in real time so you save time on post-processing and analysis.

Erythema measurement

Light and easy protocol management

Automatic selection of measurement site: the software chooses the measurement site in accordance with the criterion you have selected.

Dryness measurement

Step-by-step guidance

Icons and visual cues tell you what tool to use for each criterion (camera cap, external probe…).
Contextual expert advice on volunteer selection, measurement site, preparation and constraints to guarantee the best possible measurement.

Density measurement

Simple scores and scales

All criteria are expressed as real-life, observable effect that you can easily use to back up your allegations. Each criterion is presented on a customizable 4 steps scale for easy classification. You also get the continuous measurement, usually presented as a percentage, for an intuitive interpretation.

– Visualize variations of pigmentation or the presence of erythematous redness.
– Export these images for illustration purposes for your publications or for presentation to your marketing departments.

Texture measurement

Easy bulk export of all the illustrations

Continuous measurements and scale classification are provided as an Excel spreadsheet for easy statistical analysis. Illustrations are saved as JPEG images.