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1 in 5
will develop skin cancer

Did you know that on average, 1 in 5 people will develop skin cancer? 

If the disease is detected in time, rapid and effective treatment is often possible. With SkinVision you can regularly check your skin so that you can find the right care on time, if necessary.

Learn the health of your skin
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Check your skin for skin cancer today.

How does it work?

Quick and convenient

Download our app, and take a photo of a skin spot on your smartphone.

Our technology analyses your photo and gives you an instant risk recommendation and advice on what you should do next.

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We assess your photo using our clinically validated algorithm.

Recent studies show it has a sensitivity of 95% in detecting the most common types of skin cancer.

Track your skin spots

Set skin check reminders and save photos of your skin spots, so you can look for any changes over time.

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Free of charge courtesy of Allianz Partners

Are you an employee of Allianz Care? Your employer has provided our service to you free of charge. 

Your HR Wellbeing team will share all information explaining how to activate your account to access your SkinVision Year Plan.

Who can join:

All Allianz employees! 

How to use SkinVIsion

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1. Take your first photo

Our app will assess your photo using our CE marked, clinically validated algorithm.

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2. Your risk assessment

You will see one of three risk assessments based on the risk class including low, low (with symptoms that you have reported) or high risk.

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3. Track your skin spots

Set reminders so you can check your skin regularly. It’s no different than regularly visiting your dentist. Keep track of changes in your skin overtime.

"The melanoma could have been on my arm for years"
Andrew Bartlett
United Kingdom
"The melanoma could have been on my arm for years"
Andrew Bartlett
United Kingdom

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