Perform regular self-checks for skin cancer with your phone.
Available for IOS and Android
1 in 5 people get skin cancer
Skin can change over time for many reasons, such as aging, genetic predisposition, exposure to sunlight, and allergies. Some skin changes may also be a sign of disease in the body. Skin diseases like skin cancer can grow slowly and go unnoticed, making it difficult to keep track of changes. The sooner skin cancer is found, the higher the possibility of successful treatment and survival.
SkinVision helps you check your skin for signs of skin cancer with instant results on your phone. Our clinically-proven technology helps you monitor your skin health by providing an assessment for the risk of skin cancer (note that we do not provide a diagnosis).
SkinVision Service: Keep your skin healthy with regular self-checks
Take a photo of your skin spot
Open the SkinVision camera and take a photo of the skin spot that concerns you. You may need the help of someone else if your skin spot is in a difficult place.
Receive your risk indication
SkinVision gives you a low or high-risk indication within 30 seconds.
Schedule your next check
Store your photos securely and set up reminders for your next skin checks. Stay on top of your skin health with regular checks.
Why use SkinVision?
Many health systems around the world have invested heavily in the treatment of various diseases, but they still fall behind when it comes to finding ways to prevent them. SkinVision introduces an integrated dermatology service as a preventive health medium that helps you stay on top of your skin health.
SkinVision makes it possible to detect skin cancer at an early stage when it’s most treatable and has less expensive treatment options. As a result, the early detection of skin cancer allows you to save on medical costs occurring from future treatment.
You are joining more than 1 million people that use SkinVision to keep their skin healthy.
Skin cancers found
Nikie Duddridge, UK
“The more people who are made aware of this the better, it saved my life, it could save many, many more.”
OUR SCIENTIFIC BOARD
Supported by a team of skin health professionals
Prof. Thomas Ruzicka
Head of the Clinic for Dermatology at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich since 2006.
Prof. Dedee Murrell
Head of the Department of Dermatology at St George Hospital, University of New South Wales, in Sydney.
A. Prof. Chris Baum
Assistant Professor in the Department of Dermatology at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota.
Daniel Mark Siegel MD, MS
CPCD Clinical Professor of Dermatology, SUNY Downstate Former President, American Academy of Dermatology
Ready to take the first photo?
Download SkinVision from the App Store or Google Play and start checking your skin now.