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For Patients

Your skin will tell you it has a problem long before it becomes a serious problem.

But the story our skin is trying to tell us is a story we're not very good at recognizing or understanding by ourselves.

With SkinIO, all you need to take control of your skin health is your smartphone and a participating healthcare provider or benefits program.

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All you need is your smartphone

Through your doctor or employer's SkinIO program, you can use your smartphone to monitor the health of your skin over time the same way a dermatologist does.
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The virtual skin screening you can do from the comfort of home

SkinIO’s guided photo-taking experience ensures you take clinical-grade photos of your skin on your smartphone or tablet.
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See more of what matters on your skin

Built-in technology automatically identifies and tracks your moles so that you can more effectively follow up with your dermatologist when needed.
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The story of your skin can’t be told in a snapshot

70-80% of melanomas come from a new spot on the skin; the other 20-30% come from a change to an existing mole.* Tracking changes in your skin can save your life.
With just your smartphone and SkinIO, you can create your digital skin health record -- a lifelong resource that you and your doctor can use to track changes in your skin over time.
*Skin Cancer Foundation. Skin Cancer Facts & Statistics 2020

Get To Know Your Skin