Education, prevention and support for the most serious form of skin cancer.

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The Skinny On Skin


A skin cancer education program for hair and beauty professionals.
As some of the only professionals to closely examine skin on a regular basis, stylists, estheticians, nail technicians, and other skin professionals are in a unique position to spot melanoma on a client long before anyone else.  The Skinny On Skin will teach you how to screen for suspicious moles while performing common salon services. Become certified to offer this life-changing service for your customers. Beauty trends change. Changing a life lasts forever.

MFNE is delivering training to salon professionals throughout New England free of charge.


Upcoming Skinny On Skin Training Events:

Skinny On Skin Training – Augusta
Alfond Center for Health – Prescott Educational Pavilion, Conference Rooms 2 & 3
35 Medical Center Parkway, Augusta
Monday, October 5 2015, 11:00am-1:30pm

Skinny On Skin Training – Lewiston
The Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer Hope & Healing
29 Lowell Street, Lewiston, ME
Monday, March 28,Time TBD

Our Skinny On Skin training events are free!


“I found your class to be very educational and informative. I’m very glad I took part in it. I learned a lot about detecting melanoma and other cancers on my clients’ skin and now I feel more confident in doing so. Thank you for the opportunity!  — Shauna Flanagan

“Your program informed us, empowered us… I’ve told all my clients that I will be closely looking at their scalps. Every one of them has been very appreciative.” — Kathleen M.

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