lt also comes with skincare recommendations curated by dermatology experts and rich scientific contents about the latest of skin sciences.

What’s the best skincare routine for you?

Discover your genetic profile and skin type, and get skincare recommendations catered to you.
lt also comes with skincare recommendations curated by dermatology experts and rich scientific contents about the latest of skin sciences.
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Uncover a skincare routine based on genetics

Using the latest genetic research, we identify your genetic profile and give you insights into how your genetic profiles inform your skin type. Then working with dermatology experts we offer advice about the best skincare routine based on your skin type.

Understand your genetic tendencies for specific skin traits

Based on your genetics, we break down the likelihood of specific traits into three categories:
high risk
By using your DNA we can identify which skin traits are highly likely, and what you may experience (or already are experiencing) with your skin. These are traits that our analysis of dermatology genetics research and your genome suggest are most likely to impact
medium risk
By using your DNA we can identify which skin traits are medium likelihood, meaning they are possible, but not as likely based on your genetics. These are areas where our genetic algorithms see some correlation between your DNA patterns and existing research on skin traits and assign a moderate probability.
low risk
By using your DNA we can identify what skin traits are less likely, and are low-risk for you. These are traits that our team of genetic and skin experts doesn’t think are likely based on your genetics.
high risk
By using your DNA we can identify which skin traits are highly likely, and what you may experience (or already are experiencing) with your skin. These are traits that our analysis of dermatology genetics research and your genome suggest are most likely to impact
medium risk
By using your DNA we can identify which skin traits are medium likelihood, meaning they are possible, but not as likely based on your genetics. These are areas where our genetic algorithms see some correlation between your DNA patterns and existing research on skin traits and assign a moderate probability.
low risk
By using your DNA we can identify what skin traits are less likely, and are low-risk for you. These are traits that our team of genetic and skin experts doesn’t think are likely based on your genetics.

Trait Categories

Texture, elasticity & firmness

As we age we all naturally lose some firmness and elasticity, and the amounts of collagen and elastin can indicate skin texture.

Sensitivity

A common skin condition that means your skin may react and become flaky, red, or itchy.

Inflammations

An autoimmune skin response that causes the skin to swell, redden, become itchy, or hot.

Moisture level

The moisture of your skin, all depends on how much water the outer layer of your skin holds.

Pigmentation

Skin pigmentation is all due to how much melanin your skin has and your skin could have a tendency to become lighter or darker depending on the melanin in combination with sun exposure.

Sun sensitivity

Understand your likely level of sun sensitivity based on your genetic makeup.

Your report has been divided into three sections:

Summary

Get a high-level overview of your skin traits based on your genetics. Quickly understand the different skin traits you are at risk for vs. not at risk for, and what your genetics say about your skin.

Traits in Depth

Dive deep into each trait to better understand what they mean for your skincare routine. Determine how at-risk you are for specific traits and learn more about why that is, and how your genetics and skin type are connected.

Personal advice

Get expert advice on your skincare routine, and what is best for you based on genetics and skin traits. Determine a skincare routine with genetic information that’s catered to you.
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  1. This report is for educational and informational purposes only. It does not provide any medical advice.
  2. The recommendations are based on treatments recommended by the American Academy of Dermatology (ADA). We personalize the report based on your genetic profile for the purpose of increasing your awareness of certain skin traits and related skincare treatments.
  3. This report does not recommend specific supplements or anti-aging products.
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