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Hair, health, and beauty professionals who see their clients on a regular basis have the opportunity to observe changes that may occur on their client’s skin, particularly in areas that clients may not be able to see themselves and this puts you in an invaluable position. By taking the time to swot up on skin surveillance and learn how to identify suspicious lesions, you could detect the early signs of skin cancer and advise your client to take action. 

This could prevent your client from disfigurement through surgery and in the case of spotting melanoma early, you could even prevent their death.