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Vacancy: Lean UX/UI designer

Published 2 days ago, by Justus Fokker

We are looking for someone to create an industry leading design for our mobile application and website. Someone that will be enabling customers to seamlessly check their skin for cancer and doctors to communicate and diagnose their patients in a fast and effective way. If you live and breathe lean UX / UI and design thinking and want to be part of the product team of a rapidly growing startup in the health sector, please read on!

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Metastatic Melanoma: what is it?

Published 4 days ago, by Roeland Pater


Melanoma is the most dangerous and rare form of skin cancer; but, with early prevention, most melanomas are treatable and non-life threatening. According to Cancer.net, the 5-year survival rate for early-stage melanoma is 98%. Once it has spread to the nearby lymph nodes, the survival rate decreases to 63%, and if it has spread to other parts of the body, the survival rate lowers to 17%. 

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Five essential vitamins for healthy skin

Published 8 days ago, by Roeland Pater

Our skin is not just our buffer to the outside world; it is also intimately connected to what goes on inside our bodies. Through the foods we eat, the environment we live in, the amount of exercise we get and how often we take time to relax, we are affecting the health and look of our skin. That’s why it’s important to pay attention to the substances our body needs to thrive. Vitamins are one of these substances that can often be overlooked but are vital to our skin’s health. 

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What’s my skin type? Determine your skin type and how to care for it.

Published 9 days ago, by Roeland Pater


Know thyself: our goal in life and in skin care. Because the first step to caring for your skin is knowing your skin. Understanding your skin type allows you to buy the correct products and develop the ideal routine to keep your skin healthy and glowing. But figuring out your skin type can be a confusing task if you’ve never done it before. Read on below for some easy tips to identify your skin type and how to care it for it.

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