Cellulite, that gives the skin the characteristic “orange peel” look, is one of the more common aesthetic imperfections among women. It is renown that cellulite is correlated to alterations of microcirculation; they can be evidenced by variations of skin temperature.

The experimental protocol drafted by ISPE for the evaluation of the efficacy of your anti-cellulite product now includes also measurements of skin temperature performed by means of infrared telethermography.

This non-invasive diagnostic technique measures the infrared radiation emitted by an object, thus allowing the determination of its superficial temperature. The non-contact technique used by ISPE grants a total absence of perturbation on the measurement site; in this way it is also possible to obtain high quality thermographic images.

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