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ALL SKIN TONES

Should Practice Sun Safety:

Identify Your Skin Tone Based On Its Reaction To Sun

The Fitzpatrick Scale

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What To Expect When You Visit Your Derm For A Skin Check

This routine check up is quick, easy and key to catching skin cancer in its early stages.

Want To Do A
Skin Check At Home?

HERE'S HOW!

PRO TIP:
If you have a dark skin skin tone (Fitzpatricks V-VI) be sure to check your palms, soles, and under nails - you are at higher risk to develop skin cancer on parts of the body that get less sun

NECK AND SCALP

Examine the back of your neck and scalp with a hand mirror. Part hair for a closer look.

ARMS AND ELBOWS

Bend your elbows and look carefully at forearms, underarms, and palms.

BUTTOCKS

Check your back and buttocks with a hand mirror.

LEGS, FEET, AND TOES

Look at the backs of your legs and feet, the spaces between your toes, and the soles of your feet.

Skin Check
Skin Check
NECK AND SCALP

Examine the back of your neck and scalp with a hand mirror. Part hair for a closer look.

ARMS AND ELBOWS

Bend your elbows and look carefully at forearms, underarms, and palms.

BUTTOCKS

Check your back and buttocks with a hand mirror.

LEGS, FEET, AND TOES

Look at the backs of your legs and feet, the spaces between your toes, and the soles of your feet.

PRO TIP: If you have a dark skin skin tone (Fitzpatricks V-VI) be sure to check your palms, soles, and under nails - you are at higher risk to develop skin cancer on parts of the body that get less sun