• 75 Five Start Reviews in less than a year!

    75 Five Start Reviews in less than a year!

    “75 Splendid 5⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ reviews in less than one year of Clinic operation 😲! What an amazing sign of public appreciation✔️. Lifestyle Skin Health Clinic is humbled and grateful for all the trust and support that our patients and partners and families have kindly and generously extended. It is truly inspiring and drives us more to

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  • What to expect during a Skin Examination

    What to expect during a Skin Examination

    There are three main types of skin cancer: basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma and melanoma. While they each look different, the most common warning sign of any kind of skin cancer is a change on the skin, such as a new growth or a visible change in an existing growth or mole. Ahead of

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  • Early Detection of Skin Cancer Saves Lives

    Early Detection of Skin Cancer Saves Lives

    Did you know that one in five people by the age of 70 will get skin cancer?  Did you know that 99% of these cases are curable if they are diagnosed and treated early enough. What you can do Examine your skin once a month: Learn about the warning signs of skin cancer  and know

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  • It’s all Sun and Games in Queensland

    It’s all Sun and Games in Queensland

    ….but there are risks:  why protecting your child’s skin is so important. Queensland kids are lucky – they get to frolic in sunny weather almost all-year round. But for all its benefits, our tropical climate also has its risks. The Sunshine State is the skin cancer capital of the world, a title we have held

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  • Follow Us on Instagram and Facebook

    Follow Us on Instagram and Facebook

    We are now on Instagram and Facebook!  Follow us for updates, news and tips!   Instagram Facebook

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  • Driving Your Risk for Skin Cancer

    Driving Your Risk for Skin Cancer

      BY JULIA LANGER – Skin Cancer Foundation  • JUNE 16, 2020 Cars have always been a symbol of freedom. That has never been truer than during the coronavirus pandemic, which caused public transportation ridership to fall up to 90 percent in some places. But cars let in harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun,

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  • UV. It All Adds Up

    UV. It All Adds Up

    (from SunSmart) “Anywhere you go UV will damage unprotected skin. And it just keeps adding up.” We usually think of sunburn as something that happens at the beach. But did you know more of us get sunburnt during day-to-day activities like hanging the washing, weekend BBQs or heading outside to grab lunch? We might not

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