By smartphone, tablet or laptop remotely examine below your skin
Miznée’s AMI (Absorbed Multispectral Imaging) is the world’s first internal tele-imaging modality. AMI is the first and only technology that empowers the billions of mobile users across the world, like you, to receive real tele-imaging services.
You can use the scan to capture your skin condition before, during and after your skin treatment. This will help you keep an eye on how well the treatment is working. Since some skin issues start from under the skin, taking Miznée scans every now and then may help you catch skin issues early, before they present themselves on the skin later. You can then treat the issue at an early stage.
A scan is not an alternative to consulting your doctor if you have skin problems. Always consult your doctor to interpret medical implications of your Miznée scans.
You are not restricted to an uncomfortable, rigid position during scanning. There’s no radiation generated. No contrast dye injection. No noise or vibration. No need to buy any extra devices or equipment. Anyone can operate the scanning device, it’s called ‘a camera’ !
Not Just A Pretty Face!
It’s as easy as looking at yourself in the mirror except you see below your skin even better than UV scanning.
You can share your scan(s) with your beautician, your GP, dermatologist or other healthcare expert. Remember, always consult your doctor to interpret medical implications of your Miznée scans.
Miznée is a skin scanning service that you can access online at anytime from anywhere.
Best of all, you can do the scanning yourself, privately, safely and without fuss!
Like a UV scan, a Miznée scan shows your skin’s condition underneath which is normally invisible or is very faint. Possible hidden damage that may start showing to you and the world!
You can use your phone camera, a webcam, or a normal camera to take a photo of the skin area.
Just upload the photo and get back the Miznée photo scan.
Miznée is 100% safe, low-cost, fast, simple to use and easy to understand!
Always consult your doctor to interpret medical implications of your Miznée scans.