Purchases using a voucher code may affect the number of credits allocated and who the credits can be used for.
Each full price purchase on the Map My Mole app converts to 3 credits. One credit can be used to check one mole for the account holder, or their friends or family. Please note that the amount of credits per purchase may change when a discount voucher is used.
There is no one look for moles. They may be any colour from skin tone to a range of browns or even black. While most are flat, some are raised and soft to the touch. However, normal moles should be evenly coloured and will have smooth edges – it’s when changes appear that you should be mindful and seek a professional opinion.
Everyone with moles should regularly conduct self-checks at home. If you have lots of moles you should self check every 6 months.
The early detection of skin cancer is vital and can reduce the risk of disfigurement through removal, or in more serious cases death. It is therefore very important to get to know your own skin so that you can recognise any signs of change that may be potential skin cancer or pre-cancerous skin lesions.
No, you should see your GP or dermatologist for a clinical review before removal. All reputable clinics will ask you to undertake this before a removal.
Using our service, means you have the full facts which you can then take to your chosen clinic.
Map My Mole does not offer any treatment. Map My Mole is an advice service only. Our team of UK consultant dermatologists will provide an opinion on what your mole map represents which will also come with treatment recommendations if indicated.
Yes you can use the dyplens to take photos of your child's mole, both for monitoring and also to send to one of our experts for review.
If we suspect your mole/lesion is a potentially cancerous mole you should arrange a face-to-face assessment with either your GP or Dermatologist. You will receive a signed report from one of our consultant dermatologists outlining what they think it may represent and what steps you should take next. If we feel that it could represent a very serious skin cancer such as a melanoma one of our team will call you to ensure you have received your mole map report which you should show to your doctor.
Currently, our service is only available in the UK.
A registered consultant dermatologist will review your images and be responsible for the report that is sent back to you.
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