Is that skin spot normal or cancerous?
SkinVision is a dermatologist-approved service that helps you assess skin spots and moles for the most common types of skin cancer, including melanoma. Take a photo with your smartphone and receive a risk indication within 30 seconds. We provide recommendations on the next steps to take, including whether to visit a healthcare professional.
Skin checks with our clinically validated technology are affordable and potentially covered by your health insurance provider. You can buy a single risk assessment or purchase unlimited checks to effectively monitor your moles for 3 or 12 months (no subscription).
You can use some features of SkinVision for free including our risk profile and skin type quizzes, storing images of your moles and accessing UV information in your area.
Skin cancer is a global and growing problem. It's estimated that 1 in 5 people will develop it in their lifetime. More people are diagnosed with skin cancer each year than all other cancers combined.
Early detection is key to prevention and timely treatment. In fact, over 95% of skin cancers can be successfully treated if they are found early. This is why dermatologists recommend performing skin checks every 3 to 6 months. Now you can do this simply with SkinVision on your smartphone.
Our skin checks use an algorithm to assess your mole or skin spot for cancerous signs. Our service is quality assured by our team of dermatology experts. Our users have received more than 3.5 million risk assessments and we’ve found over 50,000 cases of melanoma and other types of skin cancer.
The SkinVision app is a regulated medical device with European CE marking. We care about your privacy and are ISO certified for information security and medical device management. SkinVision is trusted by insurance companies worldwide for the early detection of skin cancer. SkinVision has partnerships with leading health insurers, cancer clinics and research universities in the United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, the Netherlands, and New Zealand.
More than 2 million people use SkinVision to monitor their moles and skin spots.
Monitoring spots can help you to detect skin cancer at an early stage when it’s more likely to be treatable. By using SkinVision, you can:
- Check your skin for signs of skin cancer anytime, anywhere. Dermatologists recommend checking your skin spots at least every 3 months.
- Receive a risk indication of your mole or skin spot within 60 seconds.
- Store your photos to help monitor changes over time and easily share them with your doctor.
- Learn about your skin and get advice based on your skin type and risk profile.
CONNECT WITH SKINVISION
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If you have any questions or comments about the service, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: the SkinVision Service is not intended to replace traditional methods for the evaluation of skin cancer risk level, does not give a diagnosis, and is not a substitute for visits to a healthcare professional. The SkinVision Service is not intended for use on persons under the age of 18 years old.