The Times has partnered with The Beauty Institute to offer a free app called ‘Face Cleanse’ to help people understand the effects of facial and body skin cancer on their health.
The app, developed by the Beauty Institute, aims to help patients learn more about how skin cancer can affect their health, and to help them get the help they need.
The apps aim to help improve the health of individuals by teaching them how to manage their facial and/or body skin cancers.
‘Face Cleansing’ helps you to learn more on how to recognize and avoid facial and other skin cancer.
For the app, the Beauty and Science Institute of India (BSI) has partnered up with dermatologist Dr Manish Rao, who has worked in India for over 25 years.
Dr Manishekar Rao was recently awarded the Padma Vibhushan, the highest Indian honour for scientific excellence.
Dr Rao’s work has been published in the prestigious medical journal, Nature, and has been cited by over 150 peer-reviewed scientific papers.
The team of scientists at The Beauty and the Science Institute, a non-profit organisation that is dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of people, decided to take the opportunity to offer free, personalized help to those with facial and or body skin tumours, and also to help those with other skin cancers to learn about skin cancer prevention and treatment.
‘The Beauty and The Science Institute is happy to support the efforts of Dr Mani Rao in his research into the science of skin cancer, and our vision is to bring together the best experts in the field to tackle the complex and difficult issues of skin and skin cancer,’ said Ashok Kumar, Chief Marketing Officer, The Beauty & Science Institute.
‘We are excited about partnering with the Beauty & The Science Institutes team on this project, and look forward to sharing the information we are uncovering in this app and on our website.’
The app has a simple interface that can be used by anyone who has facial and facial skin cancer and has an internet connection.
It is available for download from Google Play, Apple App Store and the Apple App store.
‘What is the ‘face cleanse’ app?’
The Beauty Institute app aims to give you a quick, fun, hands-on learning experience for your patients about the many aspects of skin health and how it can affect your health, from the development of the skin care plan to the prevention of skin cancers, and how you can use this information to improve your health,’ Dr Manischew Rao said.
The Beauty institute, which is part of the BSI, is a national organisation dedicated to promoting health, wellbeing and scientific advancement.
The beauty institute offers its free app to people who have facial and face skin cancer who are in the process of having surgery to remove their cancer.
It also has free apps for people with melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, and other types of cancer.
The institute has also partnered up to provide free, mobile health apps for the public.
Dr Ramesh Sinha, director of the institute, said that the beauty institute has always wanted to give free health information to the people of India, and now it has teamed up with The Hair Institute and Beauty Institute of the USA to create ‘Face cleanses’ to provide a comprehensive resource for those who have been suffering from facial or body cancer.
‘Facial cancer is a disease that affects around 25-30 million Indians, so this app is a great step in the right direction to make people aware of the importance of getting rid of facial cancer,’ Dr Sinha said.
‘It also gives people a quick and simple way to learn how to use the app.
The fact that the app is free, is also very encouraging for people to learn and keep up to date with their skin cancers.’
‘This app is so helpful for people who suffer from facial and skin cancers,’ Dr Rao added.
‘Our hope is that people will come back to this app to learn the latest and best information about skin and how to prevent or treat skin cancer.’
The Beauty, Science and Education Institute (BSII) was founded in 1984 by the founder of BSI Rameshin Kumar.
Since then, the institute has grown to be a leading global scientific and medical research institution.
‘This is a very important step for the people and the health sector in India and we are thrilled to be collaborating with The BSI to share this knowledge with the general public,’ said Dr Sinheh Rao.
‘BSII is proud to be the first non-governmental organisation to work with Dr Manishi Rao on the project, which will be invaluable to the health care professionals in India.
We are also excited to be working with The American Beauty Institute and the Beauty Foundation on this initiative.’
The study, which aims to find out the extent of skin-cancer prevalence in the country, was published in Nature