If you want to track spots, skin tone, and pore size on your face over time, a forthcoming smartphone skin app will help you do just that.
Japanese Fujitsu Laboratories’ Color Frame requires you to take four photos of your face with a smartphone. You can then have your images “analysed,” with a set of scores assessing factors such as dullness, spots, and pore size. Save your results for later comparisons to see how products might be improving your skin, or to measure changes in any skin condition you may have.
Fujitsu’s service is initially targeting Japanese women but aims to expand its skin database to include a wider range of skin tones and ethnic features.
Wouldn’t this app be great for during your ‘help: clear skin’ trial so you can keep a log of how your skin is improving? We think so!