Why sunscreen is important for UV-protection year-round 2

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.


SkinVision Achieves Three ISO Certifications

SkinVision, the leading app for early detection of skin cancer, recently achieved three important ISO certifications. The British Standards Institution (BSI Group), awarded SkinVision ISO 13485:2016 for its quality management system. Additionally BSI awarded the company ISO 27001:2013 for information security management, as well as the Dutch national standard NEN 7510, which includes additional requirements …

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The current situation in New Zealand

Melanoma: The current situation in New Zealand

New Zealand has, together with Australia, the highest melanoma incidence in the world. The combination of skin type and UV impact from the sun put the inhibitors of New Zealand at high risk. So let’s take a closer look at the current melanoma situation in NZ.