Biophotonic Scanner event st albans
Biophotonic Scanner event st albans

Pharmanex BioPhotonic Scanner

This patented Biophotonic Scanner was developed by scientific researchers at a top U.S research university in 2003 and was first released under the version called the S1.

It is a cutting-edge tool that measures carotenoid levels in your skin non-invasively.

The technology used in the scanner is an optical method using the long-accepted science of Raman Spectroscopy. By simply placing the palm of your hand in front of the Scanner’s low-energy blue light, you will obtain your Skin Carotenoid Score (SCS) within seconds.( Suitable for all ages)

Carotenoids are organic pigments found in fruits and vegetables that are primarily responsible for giving them their red, orange and yellow colours. The more colourful fruits and vegetables you eat, the more carotenoids you give to your body, the higher your SCS will be.

Depending on your dietary habits, supplementation and the capacity of your body to absorb carotenoids, your individual SCS may vary. Once you know your SCS, you can make choices with your diet by eating at least 5 to 10 servings of carotenoid-rich fruits and vegetables each day and look at the possibility of taking supplements if you feel you need to.

We are running a scanning event on Saturday 12th November between 10.30am and 5pm.

To book your space, please get in touch.

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