Is the BioPhotonic scanner FDA approved?
*The BioPhotonic Scanner has not been evaluated or approved by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, predict, treat, cure or mitigate any disease.
How does the BioPhotonic scanner work?
The BioPhotonic Scanner works on Resonance Raman Spectroscopy, producing a narrow beam of blue photon light in a wavelength of 473 nanometers that shines onto the palm of your hand. When the blue 473 nm photon of light contacts carotenoids in the skin, the blue 473 nm photon becomes a green 510 nm photon.
Who makes the BioPhotonic scanner?
Pharmanex, a subsidiary of Nuskin, purchased the technology approximately 15 years ago and has invested over $100 million in the development of the present day Biophotonic scanner. How It Works: The scanner produces a narrow beam of light in which all the photons are the same color – blue.
Is NuSkin a pyramid scheme?
In January 2014, the Chinese government announced that it was investigating Nu Skin following a People’s Daily newspaper report calling it a “suspected illegal pyramid scheme.” In 2016, Nu Skin agreed to pay a $47 million settlement for operating a pyramid scheme after being sued by China in a Utah federal court.
Can you measure your antioxidant levels?
Our BioPhotonic scanner can determine the antioxidant levels in your body in just 30 seconds! The scan is completely painless and non-invasive. The instant results of the scan can determine just how healthy you are.
How long is the procedure of S3 BioPhotonic scanning?
approximately 30 seconds
Place your palm in front of the s3, close to the blue light. Hold until scan finishes. The scan will automatically be initiated, wait for approximately 30 seconds to complete the scan. your skin Carotenoid score will be displayed.
Can you measure antioxidant levels in body?
How long is the procedure of s3 BioPhotonic scanning?
What is an antioxidant score?
The ORAC unit (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity), ORAC value, or ORAC score is a method developed by scientists at the National Institute of Health and Aging (NIH) to measures the antioxidant capacity of different foods.
How do I test my antioxidant levels?
By placing the palm of your hand in front of the scanner’s safe, low-energy blue light, within seconds you will obtain a reading of the carotenoid antioxidant levels in your skin—your Skin Carotenoid Scores (SCS)—which has been scientifically correlated to overall antioxidant status.