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TAL is giving away 1,500 free Firstcheck Spot Check Packages to Australians.
As part of our commitment to supporting more Australians to detect and prevent skin cancer, TAL is partnering with Firstcheck to give away 1,500 free Firstcheck Spot Check Packages to Australians.1
Firstcheck makes it easier than ever to check your skin from home. Using your smartphone with a dyplens® (a lens that you attach to your smartphone) you can take photos of a spot and send them directly to an Australian skin cancer doctor to review via the Firstcheck web app.
Go to the Firstcheck website and click 'Start check now'.
Attach the dyplens® to your phone or tablet and take photos of a spot.
You will get your results from an Australian skin cancer doctor in 24-48 hours.
The dyplens® takes highly magnified skin photos on your phone.
The dyplens® is an easy to use smartphone lens attachment capturing highly magnified images using your smartphone camera. This enables a doctor to see features of the skin and subsurface that cannot be seen with the naked eye.
The Firstcheck dyplens® makes online skin checks more accessible to all. Skin cancer doctors are trained in interpreting highly magnified skin images to help distinguish harmless spots from skin cancers. Get fast, convenient, and reliable spot checks by using the dyplens®.
We’re giving away 1,500 Firstcheck Spot Check Packages.
Your package includes:
The Firstcheck dyplens® is a specialised skin imaging lens enabling you to take highly-magnified skin photos through your smartphone to send to a registered skin cancer doctor.
Below you’ll find simple step by step instructions for using your Firstcheck dyplens® as well as some handy tips to get the most out of the device.
Using your Firstcheck dyplens® in 4 easy steps:
Tips to help get the most out of your Firstcheck dyplens®:
FREE firstcheck SPOT CHECK PACKAGES ARE LIMITED TO 1,500, OR UNTIL 11.59PM (AEDT) 31 MARCH, 2021. This OFFER is SUBJECT TO TERMS AND CONDITIONS.