Your skin always looks good. But is it also healthy?
Perform regular self-checks for skin cancer with your phone.
The SkinVision Program
Take your first photo
It goes through the clinically proven technology that looks for unnatural early warning signs. You will receive your assessment within 30 seconds.
Your risk assessment
A low risk rating means all clear. Medium risk indicates some unnatural signs: keep monitoring. A high risk rating means to visit a doctor.
Check twice a year
It’s no different than visiting your dentist or even your gym. You put that in your calendar, this is the same, but we’ll help you remember.
You are joining more than 1 million people that use SkinVision to keep their skin healthy.
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NZNO provides you with an exclusive
free 1-year subscription.
Frequently asked questions about
the SkinVision program.
All NZNO employees! To register for this program, you must use your NZNO email address.
<div class=”text”>No, it is not a diagnostic device and does not replace a visit to your doctor. SkinVision helps you become aware of potential skin irregularities that may need timely attention from a doctor. Please note that if at any time you feel concerned or you see that the lesion on your skin is changing in thickness, size, colour, fluid content or bleeding, we recommend you visit your doctor as soon as possible.</div>
SkinVision is available for iOS and Android devices. The app is functional for iPhone 4s and higher and is optimised for iPhone 5 and higher. On Android, it is functional for Samsung S4 devices and higher. If you don’t own one of these devices, you should consider if you can download the app on a compatible device of a family member or close friend.
Place the camera over the mole or skin condition. When the proper conditions are met, the camera automatically takes the photo in the automatic camera setting. If you believe this lesion to be related to something other than skin cancer such as psoriasis or warts, please use the manual camera to take the picture.
- Photos are best taken in natural daylight, however indoors near a window or any brightly lit space will also work.
- Move anything creating a shadow on your skin out of the way, including hair.
- If your photos are coming out blurry, try resting your body on a steady surface while the photo is taken.
- Hold the camera around 20cm from your skin. The in-app automatic camera allows you to make an assessment of your moles and skin conditions to find out your associated risk, while the manual camera can be used for tracking other skin conditions such as acne, rashes, eczema and psoriasis over time.
Your SkinVision profile helps you better understand your risk and provide you with personalised skin advice. The SkinVision profile contains a daily UV index and recommendations on how to protect yourself from harmful UV rays. Additionally, it contains a skin type questionnaire and risk profile questionnaire. The information you share will help you better understand your skin, provide you with more personalised skin advice, and provide you with an archive of information that you can share with your doctor.
No. Your activity on the SkinVision app is completely confidential from your employer. We may provide aggregate reporting to your employer on a periodic basis, however we will always ensure that reporting groups have a minimum of 10 participants to maintain anonymity.