Worried about a mole or skin spot?

Perform regular self-checks for skin cancer with your phone.

Available for IOS and Android

1 in 5
people will develop skin cancer

SkinVision is a premium, paid for medical service that helps you assess skin spots and moles for the most common types of skin cancer.

Take a photo of the skin spot with your smartphone and you receive a risk indication by our clinically validated technology within 30 seconds. We provide recommendations on the next steps to take, including whether to visit a healthcare professional.

We aim to raise awareness of skin cancer and provide a regulated medical device to help individuals assess their risk and get to the doctor in time. SkinVision is certified by BSI.


SkinVision Service:
Keep your skin healthy with regular skin checks

Take a photo of your skin spot

Open the SkinVision camera and take a photo of the skin spot that concerns you. Our app will assess your photo using our CE marked, clinically validated algorithm.​

Receive your risk assessment

Within 30 seconds, you'll receive a risk indication, detailing whether it is recommended to visit a doctor for further examination of the lesion, or to check regularly for any changes.

Track your skin spots

Securely save photos of your skin spots so you can look for changes over time. Set reminders so you can check your skin regularly.

Why use SkinVision?

SkinVision wants to empower you to check your skin spots for signs of skin cancer.

Our technology analyzes your photo and gives you an instant risk assessment and advice on what you should do next, so that you can see a doctor in time, if needed.

SkinVision helps to detect skin cancer at an early stage when it’s most treatable and has less expensive treatment options.

You are joining more than 1 million people that use SkinVision to keep their skin healthy.


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SkinVision in the news

January 17, 2020
Saved by an app: Office worker, 31, is diagnosed with a deadly form of skin cancer after his mobile phone warned him about a tiny mole on his arm


Frequently asked questions about SkinVision

SkinVison is a premium, paid for medical service that helps you assess skin spots and moles for the most common types of skin cancer. Skin checks with our clinically validated technology are paid for. You can buy a single assessment or purchase unlimited checks 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 skin spots and accessing UV information in your area.

Apps can help you check any mole for potential risks of skin cancer and track for changes over time. The diagnosis of skin cancer is only made after evaluation by a health care professional and biopsy, if indicated.

High risk assessments are given because there is some similarity between the photo and the skin cancer images in SkinVision’s database.

In this case you should get your skin spot checked by a healthcare professional.

SkinVision works with a team of experienced dermatologists.

It’s important to get a new or existing skin spot checked out if it:

  • is asymmetrical with irregular edges or changes shape
  • contains many colors or changes color.
  • increases in size or is larger than the eraser of a pencil.
  • starts with symptoms like itching, crusting, flaking, bleeding or doesn’t heal.
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Ready to take the first photo?

Download SkinVision from the App Store or Google Play and start checking your skin now.