Skin Health Diagnosis

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Complimentary 15 minute Skin Consultation

This complimentary service is required before any new treatments to ensure the treatment you are looking at having is suitable for you.

We recommend for product and in-depth consultations you book one of the below as a first assessment.

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Skin Health Check

$99 - Includes a complimentary "Skin Shammy" at your first assessment

Assessing and  Planning Home Care and Treatments

During this appointment, we discuss and analyse your skin concerns and from this, your therapist will recommend the most suitable home care and treatment options available for you.

We also take a look at your current skincare and makeup to see if any of your makeup is contributing to your concerns. Please bring these with you to your appointment as we cannot assess them later without booking a product check appointment. 

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Skin Health Check WITH Skin Scan

$129 - Includes a complimentary "Skin Shammy" at your first assessment 

Assessing and  Planning Home Care and Treatments

During this appointment we discuss and analyse your skin concerns with our Observe Skin Analyser.

Whilst skin treatments in clinic currently cannot be performed, home care accounts for 80% of results, so we can get you working on your skin at home and created a home and in-clinic treatment plan specifically designed to meet your skins needs. We also look at your current skin and makeup products to see which you can continue to use and which you shouldn't if your wanting to avoid further irritation or breakouts.  Please bring your products with you to your appointment as we cannot assess them later without booking a product check appointment.

Your skin analysis will include a series of photographs using our Observe Skin Analyser. We will discuss your skin concerns and develop a treatment plan especially for you. Your observe photographs will be sent to you via email so you can look back on them , or if your game, show your friends!


Arrive with skin unwashed, with no moisturiser or anything at all on the skin.  Only in this state can we give a true analysis and allow our skin diagnostic equipment to work properly. We realise this is not always possible, however, if you can, it will be of great benefit.

Please know the names of your current skincare products, makeup, and all medication and vitamins and supplements you currently take. Feel free to photograph each one​ or bring them with you

Skin Analysis – Do you really know your skin?

The skin is much more complex than what can be seen with the naked eye – that’s why we use the Observe 520 for professional skin analysis. With advanced analysis technology, we can view blemishes, fine lines, dryness, and uneven skin tone in depth. This allows us to better understand your unique skin concerns to treat existing imperfections, and even address underlying concerns before they become visible.

What will it show me?

Get ready to face the facts on the true state of your skin! The Observe 520 will examine:

  • Wrinkles and fine lines – including ones you can’t even see yet!

  • The sebum (oil) content of your skin, which can contribute to acne and blemishes

  • Pigmentation – closely assess the severity of freckles, sunspots, and age spots

  • The true size of your pores - determines if enlarged pores are a problem for your skin

  • The moisture content of your skin. Skin dehydration is a serious age-contributing factor!

  • Loss of skin firmness. Is your skin aging well, or losing elasticity at a rapid rate?

  • Your skin tone your overall skin health

What will the results mean?

After the analyser scans your skin, it will automatically provide 6 different images of your skin. We are then equipped with thorough and accurate information on how to best go about prescribing a personal skin treatment plan that will provide the best long term skin health possible.

Keep in touch with your skin

Our professional skin analysis not only correctly determines the problem areas in your skin; it also allows you the opportunity to track the progress of your skin over time. You can see closer than ever before the state of your skin before treatment, and also how it looks throughout and after treatment – so you will feel confident and assured in the real results your treatments are providing.

We recommend clients receive professional skin analysis with the Observe 520 at least twice a year to accurately track their skin progress and address any underlying skin health concerns as soon as possible. This is the best way to ensure your skin remains at optimum health all year round!

Get your very own skin analysis now

To book a professional skin analysis with the Observe 520, book online via the website to arrange an in-depth consultation with one of our professionally trained therapists.


Product Check


Are your products creating more problems on your skin?

During this appointment, your therapist will go over the ingredients in your makeup or skincare products to work out if any are comedogenic or contain irritants that might be contributing to your skin conditions.

This is included in a health check however choose this service if you just want to go over a few specific products 


SkinDNA™ Test (a one off test)


SkinDNA™ takes the guesswork out of skincare using science to identify the most suitable skin ingredients and treatment modalities based on your DNA.  At its core, SkinDNA™ uses the correct ingredients and treatment modalities to effectively target your genetic blueprint and ensure you never waste a single cent again on products or treatments that don’t work for you!


Performed exclusively by O Skin Experts, the revolutionary DNA laboratory test examines 16 genetic markers (SNPs) in 5 categories associated with skin aging:

1. Firmness + Elasticity: Identify if you are a carrier of key genetic variations associated with accelerated collagen loss even before the signs have become visible

2. Wrinkling: Not often discussed, Glycation affects collagen and elastin fibers glycation and is now well recognised as a leading cause of accelerated skin aging

3. Sun Damage + Pigmentation: The sun’s UV rays are one of the most significant causes of premature skin aging. An individual’s genes play an important role in determining how well their skin can naturally cope under the strains of the sun

4. Free Radical Damage: Scientists now believe that free radicals are causal factors in nearly every known disease, from heart disease to arthritis, cancer to cataracts. In fact, free radicals are the main culprit in the aging process of the skin itself

5. Sensitivity + Inflammation: Excessive inflammation is one of the most common themes in early-onset skin aging. While it is a helpful response in the short term, if inflammation continues, it can play a negative role. Often subtle, the signs include skin sensitivity, redness, and irritation

The SkinDNA™ test takes just two minutes and three simple, easy steps to unlock your skin secrets:
1. Collect: A swab from the inside of your cheek will be collected and sent to the accredited SkinDNA™ lab for analysis

2. Diagnose: Within 7 days you will receive a comprehensive SkinDNA™ Report, analysed and explained by your O Skin Expert, that ranks each genetic marker low, medium, or high risk. From these results, a customised skin health plan, combining product, supplements, and modalities will be created

3. Prescribe: Using the results from the SkinDNA™ Test your O Skin Expert is able to confidentially recommend an appropriate routine to prevent and correct skin concerns and preserve a more youthful-looking skin

With more than 15,000 DNA population-wide samples from various groups stored entirely in-house, SkinDNA™ is leading the way in Dermal DNA Science. The collaboration of geneticists, cosmetic physicians, skin scientists, and volunteer study participants commenced their work in 2006 with two principal objectives: (1) to identify the genetic factors that contribute to age-related changes in the skin; and (2) to identify actionable pathways available for each of those genetic factors in order to help each and every individual worldwide preserve more youthful-looking skin.

Take a closer look at the SkinDNA™ Test Categories :

Firmness + Elasticity:  Keeping the skin firm, plump and wrinkle-free, collagen is the principal structural protein of the skin. Like many components of the body, collagen undergoes continuous turnover, being produced and recycled on an ongoing basis throughout your life. When you are younger your body makes more collagen than it loses, but after the age of about 40, collagen loss can accelerate leading to a decline in the health and appearance of your skin. Our genetic predispositions play a big role in determining both the speed of collagen production and breakdown. Key variations in this genetic category can identify if the rise and fall of collagen are in balance or if the breakdown of collagen predominates, which can result in the appearance of premature wrinkling, aging, and sagging of the skin.


Glycation:  If you're like most people, then no one has ever told you about glycation. Affecting the ability of collagen and elastin fibers to function normally, glycation is now well recognised to be a leading cause of accelerated skin aging. Our genetic predispositions play a big role in determining serum glucose levels. Key variations in this genetic category play a key role in preventing glycation of your skin. It is responsible for controlling serum glucose levels, energy intake, and energy release. Having variations in this gene can alter your body's ability to maintain normal glucose levels and interfere with energy metabolism, both of which lead to glycation. Glucose is the sugar your body uses as its main source of fuel, if not metabolised properly, glucose can bind to your skin's collagen and elastin fibers, forming abnormal chemical bridges that cause tissue damage. This process, called glycation, causes your skin to become rigid and lose elasticity and impairs your skin's ability to regenerate, which leads to skin laxity, cracking, thinning, redness, and inability to self-repair.


Sun Damage + Pigmentation: Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light from the sun accounts for 90% of the symptoms of early skin aging, skin damage, and skin cancer. Every time your skin is exposed to UV light, skin damage occurs. The cumulative effect of repeated sun damage causes epidermal DNA damage, persistent inflammation, and oxidative stress negatively affecting the health and appearance of your skin. Our genetic predispositions play an important role in determining how your skin can naturally cope under the strains of the sun. The SkinDNA™ Test can reveal if your skin has a greater or lesser natural genetic solar protection factor (gSPF™), and based on your results can provide you with a unique, enhanced skincare protection strategy that is specially designed to provide the utmost protection for your skin based on your genes.


Free Radical Damage: Scientists now believe that free radicals are causal factors in nearly every known disease, from heart disease to arthritis, cancer to cataracts. In fact, free radicals are a major culprit in the aging process of the skin itself. Research at SkinDNA™ has shown that the amount of antioxidants in your body is directly proportional to the healthy long-term appearance of your skin! Free radicals are highly reactive short-lived molecules that can damage virtually any molecule in our body including the important cellular structures found in the body's largest organ, the skin. Not all people have the same amount of these powerful free radical scavengers. A number of skin-related genetic variations have been found to alter the production of antioxidant protecting molecules and your SkinDNA™ score is the single most powerful indication of your body's genetic antioxidant abilities.


Sensitivity + Inflammation: Ever wondered why your skin becomes sensitive in the winter or why your skin breaks out in the heat? How about developing skin rash or rosacea after applying perfumes or skincare? Many of these redness and sensitivity issues are instigated by your body's first primal defense, inflammation. Your genetic predispositions play a big role in determining the supply or the over-supply of inflammation production. Key variations tested in this category can identify numerous over-reactive inflammatory mechanisms that cause skin irritations.