Skin monitoring and image sharing application
MySkinSelfie Shut down
The MySkinSelfie project has helped thousands of patients to self monitor their skin and also to share images with clinics to allow remote diagnosis. The project is now closing as the sponsoring organisation has chosen a different platform for tele-dermatology.
The app will be removed from the app-stores at the end of July 2022. We hope that all of the MySkinSelfie users have found it helpful. The team have leaned a lot from the project which has made a good contribution to the advancement and acceptability of tele-dermatology.
For further information on the shutdown please see the background page
MySkinSelfie can be used for a range of skin monitoring purposes. It is also possible to securely share access to your folders with your Doctor, Dermatologist, Plastic Surgeon, Dentist, Beautician, family or friends.
Better photo guide
A guide to help you lineup photos for better image comparison
Compare two photos to reveal changes over time
Organise your SKinSelfies into folders and keep them separate from your phone camera roll/ photo gallery
All images are password protected and encrypted securely on your phone and again when backed up on the cloud
The current version of MySkinSelfie is version 2. The app is free to download.
Once you have created an account, you can create folders for different areas of your body or for different skin, hair or nail issues. The app can be protected by a pin to keep your images private.
MySkinSelfie began as a collaboration between Newcastle University and Dr Philip Hampton, Consultant Dermatologist at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle. The OpenLab team was led by Prof Patrick Olivier and the app code was written by Dan Richardson. MySkinSelfie is now fully owned and managed by Newcastle Hospitals NHS Trust
Following successful funding applications Version 2 has been developed in collaboration with Komodo Digital , Newcastle.