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 How to Diagnose a Weird Mark on Your Skin With 5 Dermatology Apps

The skin is the body's largest organ. It shields you from the external environment. But how do you protect it?

If you develop a new rash, bump, or other unsettling projection on your skin, don't ignore it. However, it's not serious enough to warrant a dermatologist's visit, but there's an app for that.

These dermatology apps can help you diagnose and treat skin conditions.

1. Miiskin Skin Tracker

The Skin Health Alliance recommends Miiskin as one of the best apps for tracking skincare, moles, and skin changes. It also works with leading skin cancer charities in the US, Canada, and the UK. This app does not diagnose skin conditions, but rather allows you to keep a virtual skin diary.

Using artificial intelligence and a calibrated in-built camera, you can scan any problematic areas of your skin and track your progress on a body chart. You can compare your photos side by side to see your progress. You can even use your phone to take a full-body selfie.

With Web Compare, you can access your photos from any device, app or browser. You can also share photos with others. To protect your privacy, the app separates and encrypts your camera roll photos.

2. Aysa

Aysa is a popular app that helps you understand your skin. To start, use the Symptom Checker. Simply tap the feature to take a photo of the problematic skin area. The app will suggest matches based on your symptoms.

The library has over 120,000 medical images of all skin types and colors. The library has over 200 skin conditions with various stages of development. You can use the images and information to educate yourself on various skin conditions.

The app relies on VisualDx, an award-winning clinical decision-support software. It also has strict privacy policies and guarantees that no photos of your skin will ever leave your phone, so you have nothing to worry about.

3. First Derm

First Derm, an app with over 400,000 users, consults real-time dermatologists about your skin concerns rather than using algorithms. It supports over 160 countries and 7 languages.

However, First Derm recommends physical meetings with dermatologists it finds nearby. With First Derm, you can also get an appointment quickly.

All board-certified dermatologists are trained in teledermatology. Expertise in senior medical advisory boards, as well as a minimum of 10 years of specialized training at the best medical institutions.

First Derm's technology is backed by four peer-reviewed scientific papers, ensuring its accuracy. Depending on your query, you can expect a response in 8, 24, or 48 hours. Your data is safe and secure with First Derm, which guarantees the anonymity and privacy of its users.

4. MDacne

Acne is the most common skin disorder in the US. 85% of people will get acne at some point in their lives. Isn't it odd? MDacne provides a customized acne treatment kit. The app allows you to track your skin's progress and compare it to photos.

Take a selfie and let the app assess your skin. The app provides you with acne treatment products. Dermatologists created the products with natural ingredients. One treatment box contains three products: a cleanser, an anti-acne treatment cream, and an acne-prone skin hydrating moisturizer.

The best part is that the first month of products is free. The first month is a trial, and you must upgrade to a paid subscription to continue receiving treatment. If you have any concerns or questions along the way, you can chat with a dermatologist.

5. scanoma

Anyone with moles knows how difficult it is to determine whether they are benign or cancerous. Worry no more: this app will tell you without costly doctor visits.

To check if your mole is suspicious, simply scan it against images of skin diseases. A dermatologist will be contacted if necessary.

The doctors involved are experts and will give you a professional opinion. Your data is safe and secure, and the app is free to use. Remember that scanoma can only detect moles and not other skin marks. No tattooed skin, either.

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