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The Partnership

Generali Welion is passionate about innovative and easy-to-use health services. SkinVision is proud to be a partner. As the first step in our partnership, we’re inviting all Welion employees to enjoy 12 months of unlimited access to SkinVision’s services – free of charge!

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Why use SkinVision?

Your skin can change over time for many reasons, such as aging, genetic predisposition, exposure to sunlight, and allergies. Some skin changes may also be a sign of disease in your body. Skin diseases like skin cancer can grow slowly and go unnoticed easily, making it difficult for you to keep track of any changes. The sooner you detect skin cancer, the higher the possibility of successful treatment and survival.

SkinVision helps you check your skin for signs of skin cancer with instant results on your phone. Our clinically-proven technology, combined with the knowledge of dermatologists specialised in skin cancer, helps you keep your skin healthy.

GETTING STARTED

The SkinHealth Program

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1. Check your email

Follow the personal link send to you by email.

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2. Download SkinVision

The link will direct you to the app store where you can download SkinVision.

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3. Make an account

Follow the sign up process. You will automatically be credited with the benefits of the Generali Welion partnership.

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4. Take your first photo

Use SkinVision’s Smart Camera to capture your skin spot and have it analysed by our clinically proven technology.

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5. Your risk assessment

It’s no different than visiting your dentist or even your gym. You put that in your calendar, this is the same, but we’ll help you remember.

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6. Set up reminders

Follow the sign up process. You will automatically be credited with the benefits of the Generali Welion partnership.

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Skin Health Stories
“The more people who are made aware of this the better, it saved my life, it could save many, many more.”
Seonaid Sichel
SkinVision user in the United Kingdom
FAQ

Frequently asked questions about
the SkinVision program.

SkinVision offers a proprietary and clinically-proven technology to detect potential signs of chaotic growth (skin cancer) in a timely fashion. The algorithm has been developed and tested in cooperation with dermatologists and checks for irregularities in colour, texture, and shape of the lesion. The online solution helps you understand potential risks related to your skin and allows you to seek timely advice from a doctor if necessary. More information can be found here.

All Generali Welion employees are invited to use SkinVision.

Generali Welion members are entitled to a complimentary SkinHealth program (value €29.99). With the SkinHealth program:

  • You can make unlimited Smart Checks for an entire year.
  • You no longer have to visit the doctor unnecessarily. Check your skin anytime from the comfort of your home.
  • If you receive a high risk indication, our team of dermatologists and image recognition specialists gives you personal advice within 2 business days about next steps to take.

Your SkinVision profile helps you better understand your risk and provide you with personalised skin advice. The SkinVision profile contains a daily UV index and recommendations on how to protect yourself from harmful UV rays. Additionally, it contains a skin type questionnaire and risk profile questionnaire. The information you share will help you better understand your skin, provide you with more personalised skin advice, and provide you with an archive of information that you can share with your doctor.

Place the Smart Camera over the mole or skin condition. When the proper conditions are met, the Smart Camera automatically takes the photo.

Sometimes a few attempts are needed. Here are some tips:
  • Make sure there is enough light, but don’t stand in direct sunlight.
  • Make sure there is nothing (hair, shadow, etc.) in the way.
  • Hold the camera 10-20 cm from the skin spot and move slowly towards and away from the skin until 3 blue rings appear.
  • Keep the camera still (try resting it against your body) and the picture is taken automatically.

No, it is not a diagnostic device and does not replace a visit to your doctor. SkinVision helps you become aware of potential skin irregularities that may need timely attention from a doctor. Please note that if at any time you feel concerned or you see that the lesion on your skin is changing in thickness, size, colour, fluid content or bleeding, we recommend you visit your doctor as soon as possible.

SkinVision is available for iOS and Android devices. The app is functional for iPhone 4s and higher and is optimised for iPhone 5 and higher. On Android, it is functional for Samsung S4 devices and higher. If you don’t own one of these devices, you should consider if you can download the app on a compatible device of a family member or close friend.

Help & Support
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SkinVision Customer Stories

"I think it probably saved my life"
Seonaid Sichel
United Kingdom
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United Kingdom
"I’m now under strict watch"
Barry Joblin
New Zealand
"I think it probably saved my life"
Seonaid Sichel
United Kingdom
"SkinVision gave me the confidence to go and ask the doctor"
William Webber
United Kingdom
"The melanoma could have been on my arm for years"
Andrew Bartlett
United Kingdom
"I’m now under strict watch"
Barry Joblin
New Zealand

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