Ask an expert dermatologist about your moles (pigmented naevi) from anywhere, anytime and anonymously starting at just $14.99.
Dermoscopy is the answer to early skin cancer detection and our group of dermatologists are world-renowned, authors of scientific publications, vetted and trained in teledermoscopy.
The Sklip app helps to educate the public about non-invasive skin cancer detection at the earliest stages using dermoscopy. Compared to other apps, Sklip helps to precisely guide users which moles to look for, not just any old random mole. Naked eye ABCD criteria detection of skin cancers is a thing of the past it is now time to put the power of education and access into the hands of the public to help detect skin cancers earlier, with dermoscopy!
Take less than 5 minutes and use the free educational tutorial in the Sklip app to learn the three main dermoscopic criteria to check your own moles (dermoscope required) that may be at risk and in need of an expert opinion. *1. asymmetry (atypical network), *2. round structures, *3. blue-white structures (*visible only with a dermoscope).
SKLIP: the skin plus clip concept = a nearly universal dermoscope that attaches to most modern smartphones - designed to make dermoscopy accessible to the general public with high quality and low price point (Sklip dermoscope available online). With a dermoscope you can see structures within moles invisible to the naked-eye and detect changes much sooner.
We recommend to use a Sklip dermoscope (available online starting at $69.99) to upload digital dermoscopy images into the optional check my mole service, but please feel free to upload clear dermoscopy images from any device which you can borrow from a friend or use during your visit with a local doctor.
Answers provided by SKLIP Dermatologists are for informational purposes only and designed to help users figure out what to do next. Sklip app is the first app to provide a free dermoscopy tutorial to the general public and help connect users with the top verified dermatologists in the United States, Europe, South America and Asia (use the free map to find your closes verified dermatologist). Since you are anonymous, use of the optional paid service does not create a physician-patient relationship and is not a diagnosis or treatment plan.