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Sensitive skin care tips

Published today, by Roeland Pater


While sensitive skin can be caused by many factors including genetics and environmental conditions, sometimes it may be caused by the very products you are using to improve your skin. With that in mind, people with sensitive skin should pay attention to these basic sensitive skin care tips below to help keep the reactions at bay. 

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What is combination skin?

Published 8 days ago, by Roeland Pater


We all know by now that identifying your skin type is the first step to caring for your skin. But sometimes figuring out your skin type can be tricky, especially when it seems to be sending you conflicting signals — in some spots it won’t stop shining but in others you can’t put enough moisturizer on. If this is the case, then it’s likely that you have combination skin. Combination skin is when your face exhibits characteristics of multiple skin types at once. 

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Healthtech Summit 2016: SkinVision amongst Europe's top 20 digital health companies

Published 8 days ago, by Roeland Pater


For its 7th edition, the Healthtech Summit will return to Lausanne on June 21 - 22, 2016 and will once again focus on showcasing the top 20 digital health companies in Europe at the IMD (Institute for Management Development) campus in Lausanne.

SkinVision is selected to showcase during the summit, to highlight the progress we have made in detecting skin cancer early through our unique app. 

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The most common benign skin lesions

Published 13 days ago, by Roeland Pater


The majority of skin lesions are benign, but when a new lesion or mark appears on our skin it can be difficult to tell what’s benign from what’s malignant. If you have any suspicions about a mark, mole or lesion, you should get it checked out by a doctor immediately. However, it’s good to be aware of the most common benign skin lesions so you can feel more secure and in control of your health when something arises. 

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