- Fine Print
- Being sun smart isn't just about using sunscreen.
- For $99, get a full body skin check.
- Skin mapping will be carried out by a doctor using a specialised camera.
- New Zealand has the highest rate of skin cancer in the world.
- Help the professionals spot signs of skin cancer early.
The Fine Print
Subject to availability.
Valid for one mole map only: other treatments/procedures will incur extra charge.
It is the responsibility of recipient to check insurance policy prior to appointment or call NZ Health Clinic to discuss further enquiries.
24hr cancellation policy applies.
Some clients may require more treatments at regular prices.
No refunds, no exchanges, no cash back.
Must be used in one visit.
Not to be used with other offers.
If you really need convincing...
Skin cancer is no joke and neither is this treat.
Give yourself the comfort of knowing that you are A-OK with today's treat from NZ Skin Health Clinic. For $99, you will be provided with a full body skin check. The mapping will be carried out by a doctor using a specialised camera to magnify moles on the skin and detect melanoma in the early stages.
Thanks to our love of the outdoors, New Zealand has one of the highest rates of melanoma in the world. In fact, the incidences of melanoma here in sunny New Zealand are even higher than in Australia. In addition to our outdoor lifestyle, low ozone levels, fair skin and high levels of UVR during daylight savings are contributing factors to the risk we face. And unlike what you might have heard, melanoma and skin cancers affect all ages and ethnicities.
But it's not all bad news. Skin cancer is both preventable, and if found early enough, treatable. Regular detection is the key to finding cancers early and gives you the best chance of successful treatment. Yay!
So if you've been spending a bit of time out enjoying the sand, don't bury your head in it, get a check up now.