select figure in scene tab, in the surface tab select the skin (don’t forget the lips too if you’re using Genesis 2) in your library go to shader presets/omni freaker/uber surface, double click the base uber surface preset. Go back to the surface tab, scroll down towards the bottom and you’ll see sub surface scattering. Turn it on. Change the color to pink or orange. The rest of the settings will be all out of whack most likely.
It’s easier to apply the skin you want, then find a character for that same figure that already has Uber surface set up, hold control while clicking the new skin texture. when the box pops up chose ignore and it will apply the Uber shaders with much better settings to start with. It will probably still need to be adjusted somewhat but it won’t be totally out of whack.
(to find out if a character uses Uber surface select on the skin matzones in the surface tab and apply the skin, up in the top left corner ofthe surface tab it will tell you what shader that matzone is using. Uber Surface and AOA Subsurface both do SSS, if it sayz Daz Default it doesn’t)
I saw this: omHumanSurface, how does that apply to uber surface preset