The FACE-Q Skin Cancer module includes 2 quality of life scales. The first quality of life scale measures appearance-related distress with items such as feeling self-conscious, unhappy, embarrassed about how the respondent’s face looks. The other quality of life scale measures skin cancer worry with items such as worry about skin cancer spreading, becoming more serious and impact of the worry on daily activities and relationships. This module of the FACE-Q also includes 2 checklists. The first asks about sun protection behaviours, including the use of sunscreen, wearing appropriate clothing and staying in the shade when outdoors. The second asks about adverse effects following skin cancer treatment (e.g., pain, numbness, itchiness).