Australia and New Zealand have the highest rates of skin cancer in the world.
Now, using your smartphone, you can send photos of your moles and spots directly to a local skin cancer expert for review.
We are are putting the tools and technology for skin checks in the hands of all Australians and New Zealanders, so you are empowered to take control of your skin health and wellbeing.
With a couple of clicks and a couple of pics, you can have a skin cancer expert review your skin concern – and you can do so from the comfort of home – anytime, anywhere.
Expert, convenient and cost-effective skin advice obtained via your smartphone or tablet.
No appointments. No waiting lists. No need to leave home.
How does it work?
Install our super easy-to-use app for free from the App Store or Google Play.
Take some photos
Take a couple of photos of the mole (or area of skin you’re concerned about).
Securely send for review
Choose which local skin cancer expert you would like to review your case.
Firstcheck SkinScope™ + App = Your Personal Skin Monitoring Device
A simple-to-use smartphone skin magnifier (“dermatoscope”) enabling you to take highly-magnified skin photos with your smartphone to send to your chosen doctor.
Designed to pair with the Firstcheck App for skin doctor consultations via your smartphone.
Universally compatible with smartphones and tablets.
Free shipping within New Zealand and Australia.
What doctors are saying about Firstcheck
Users are able to get easy, cost effective advice regarding a skin lesion.Dr Brian Wills
This app results in more patients having spots that concern them reviewed in a timely fashion.Dr Franz Strydom
Firstcheck puts a tool in the hands of the public that gives them rapid access to a skin cancer specialist.Dr Mark Foley
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