SkinVision Blog

Useful information on skin cancer, melanoma, skin moles, and how to keep your skin healthy. For medical information about skin cancer, check our library.

UV Protection Tips

What is the UV index? The UV Index is an international measurement that indicates the daily strength of UV rays.  It’s a tool that allows

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UV Rays – what are they and how can we protect ourselves from them?

On average 1 in 5 people will develop skin cancer at some point in their lifetime, with UV exposure being the biggest cause of the disease. According to Cancer Research UK, just one case of severe sunburn every two years heavily increases your chances of getting melanoma skin cancer. 

The UV stands for Ultra Violet – basically, a ray that is invisible to the human eye. This is why sunburn does not show up straight away, as well as wrinkles which can develop over time.

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Press Release

SkinVision and UV-Fashions team up to fight skin cancer

AMSTERDAM, 7 May 2020 – Spring and warm weather are here to stay for the coming months. Despite the fact that many aspects of our daily lives have changed drastically, responsible sun behaviour and timely detection of skin cancer remain more important than ever.

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Basal Cell Carcinoma Prevention

7 Tips for Basal Cell Carcinoma Prevention

Basal cell carcinoma is currently the most common Skin Cancer. It is important to be aware of the options to prevent yourself and the people around you. More information on basal cell carcinoma prevention? Read here our 7 tips.

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