Characterizing facial pore enlargement to bring new insights in skin care

Facial pores are a visible feature of skin but essential in its regulation. Better understanding the physiology of these small orifices is a new way for skin beauty, from acne to anti-aging treatments



BioMeca® characterizes biomechanical properties and structure of facial pores by Atomic Force Microscopy and Light sheet microscopy to find out how avoiding their enlargment

Biomechanics and high definition imaging together, to reveal how much collagen fibers network are important around pores, to fight against sagging and to improve pores’ tightening

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Skin harbors two types of pores: sweat pores, linked to sweat glands, and visible pores being part of pilosebaceous units, containing hair follicle, associated to sebaceous glands…
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