23 March 2001 Treated-skin temperature regularities revealed by IR thermography
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Abstract
Experimental results disclosing temperature change of human skin affected by various unnatural factors are presented in detail. Thermograms are obtained with the IR thermograph containing high performance InAs CID FPA-based photosensitive unit. Using logarithmic scale of time, evolution of skin temperature after moistening, spirit sponging, and olive oil lubrication is investigated. A comparative analysis of the resulting effects of treatments including alpha-hydroxy acid, cosmetic regenerating cream, spirit, and water, is made. Quantitative distinctions between skin regions characterized by ordinary, and depleted blood supply, including areas located directly above surface main vessels, are revealed. Strongly logarithmic time- dependence of a skin temperature is discovered when the skin is cooled down after its preliminary heating with a hot wax. Non-monotonic change of a local temperature during electrically active procedure is described. Low level light therapy equipment is also applied. A special role of the temperature of nose is discussed.
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Boris G. Vainer, Boris G. Vainer, "Treated-skin temperature regularities revealed by IR thermography", Proc. SPIE 4360, Thermosense XXIII, (23 March 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.421027; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.421027
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