Don’t you worry, the new skin rash app Aysa has all the answers. This post is written in partnership with Aysa. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
How many times have you looked at your kid and noticed a bump, bruise or mysterious rash out of nowhere? It’s happened to me more times that I care to admit, especially with four kids in the house. After seeing it, I usually run to google and find myself panicking from the results I get. That turns into a wild ride to urgent care just for them to tell me it’s fine. Then there I am again, wishing I hadn’t wasted my time.
Well I won’t be doing that again! Thanks to Aysa.
Everything you need to know about the newest skin rash app: Aysa
The Aysa rash app and symptom checker identifies common skin conditions. Powered by Visual Dx Aysa will analyze your photo and provide immediate answers and guidance.
My oldest son and youngest daughter both suffer from eczema. If I don’t keep a close eye it can turn bad fast! During certain months I really have to stay on top of it. Being outside for little league football and the weather being colder than normal, the winter months usually cause their dry skin to be even drier. I used the Aysa rash app on my daughter to see if a dry patch on her back just needed moisturizer or if it indeed was her eczema flaring up. I was impressed with how easy it was to use.
Here’s how Aysa works:
- Snap a picture of the affected area on your skin.
- Answer a few questions about the symptoms.
- Aysa provides personalized guidance on what to do next.
- Take action on the reliable results. This can include self care, a call with a medical provider or help locating the closest specialist.
Aysa draws on the experience of 47,000 physicians and nurses and more than 137,000,000 health searches to be your trusted digital skin advisor. You can use it knowing that you are getting accurate information regarding your symptoms and make an educated decision based on that.
Aysa was impressive when I tried it on my teenagers skin too. My son is 14, plays all kinds of sports, and is at the peek age for acne! So I wanted to see what Aysa would say about the tiny bumps on his forehead. Imagine my surprise when it gave me the result of common acne. It said that acne was caused by hormonal changes, overgrowth of normal skin bacteria and the overproduction of natural oils. That was reassuring for my son, because I always joke that it’s from not cleaning his room. I need an app for that!
Oh all the times I could’ve used this app in my life (insert weary face emoji). But when you know better you do better right?! Now I know the Aysa rash app has got me covered on all my skin concerns.
Aysa is available on iphone and can be downloaded in the Apple store.