Skin Assessment Time? Yes!

If you have been thinking about going in for a skin assessment to assess your risk for skin cancer … this is the perfect time to go! Now that it is late winter and our skin has been out of the sun for a few months, moles are their most apparent. A skin assessment from a dermatologist is a great way to identify pre-cancerous areas that are worth keeping an eye on and we get annual exams here at SwimZip. A skin assessment takes about 20 minutes and your dermatologist can let you know whether your skin warrants annual exams.

A skin assessment is incredibly easy and definitely worthwhile. According to the American Academy of Dermatology: “If it is caught early and properly treated, skin cancer can be cured. Even melanoma, which can be deadly, has a cure rate of almost 100 percent when treated early. ” Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer, but curable, so don’t wait, call and schedule yours right now!

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SwimZip strongly recommends getting a skin assessment … so easy and it can make a life or death difference!

SwimZip swimwear ( is the brand parents trust for stylish kid swimsuits with fantastic UPF 50+ sun protection. SwimZip makes award winning baby swimsuits, toddler bathing suits, and child swimwear. Parents love SwimZip’s signature full length zipper on its rash guard swim shirts, which make them incredibly easy to put-on and take-off. Whether it is ruffles, bows, flowers, polka dots, or adorable patterns, award winning SwimZip swimwear has the look that toddlers and parents love. Seen on the children of celebrities, on Shark Tank, and sold around the world, SwimZip makes stylish UV sun protection swimwear a zip!

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