New website lets you share your moles with friends
Monday 28 June 2010
Skin Of Mine's online 'mole analyzer' could prove a lifesaving tool.
The new website, designed to monitor your skin condition, helps you detect changes between regular doctor visits: just upload pictures of the mole you're concerned about and get instant feedback from the site's software or other Skin Of Mine users.
Determining the size, color, and changes between a first and a second picture is made easy with straightforward toolbars. If in doubt, you can even email pictures of your mole to your doctor, using the platform.
The before-and-after function also works for other skin conditions, so if you want to test the efficiency of your new anti-wrinkle cream, this is your site.
A demonstration of the service can be watched here: https://www.skinofmine.com/entry/video.
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