NOTA Mole Tracker – Take Charge of Your Skin At Home

Aug 31, 2020

NOTA Mole Tracker – Take Charge of Your Skin At Home

A major breakthrough in scientific research lets you measure the impedance of your moles – easy as taking your temperature at home! 

We’d like to introduce you to NOTA – a surprisingly effective app-powered mole tracker. 

NOTA works by measuring the electrical impedance of moles on your skin. 

 It is actually a little known fact that moles and tumors have a very different electrical impedance – this is what allows NOTA to work, and track changes in your body over time.   

 Besides the electrical impedance, moles and melanoma have several notable differences. 

 Moles (or the medical term: Nevi) are pigmented skin formations that vary in color and can be brown, black, red, or purple (though rarely more than one color). 

 Those moles that show up after sunbathing, start itching, or have grown and/or changed color should be taken seriously and checked. Melanoma causes a large majority of skin cancer deaths, and can develop out of ordinary moles in response to UV light, injuries, or even rubbing. 

 The American Cancer Society’s estimates about 100,350 new melanomas will be diagnosed in the United States during 2020. 

Of those, 6,850 are expected to be fatal. The rates of melanoma have been rising rapidly over the past few decades.

A true melanoma can only be confirmed by healthcare specialists, and it’s important to do as early as possible, as late-stage diagnosis may lead to severe consequences. 

 That’s why monitoring your moles is vital. Before, you were only able to do it by paying close attention to any changes in your moles. 

NOTA is the most accurate and convenient way to track your moles. 

 Real smartphone video that clearly shows Nota's functionality Normal tissue and tumors have different amounts of water in them, which leads to differences in bioimpedance: a measure of how well the body impedes the flow of an electric current. 

 By using super-sensitive electrodes, NOTA can measure tiny differences in bioimpedance in the skin and specifically, within your moles.

As long as the cell contents are normal, NOTA will show a green light. When the light turns yellow or red, this indicates abnormalities and changes in your mole.

The mobile app allows you to track your moles and any changes over time. It also offers regularly updated health information on skin, moles, and how to properly care for them.

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