Your DNA sampling kit will be sent direct to you, it’s a simple saliva swab so no blood involved! Pop it in the post and we will email your report within 2 to 3 weeks.
Help Your Genes Do Wonders for Your Skin.
Genetics are largely responsible for our skin type (like whether we're dry, normal, or oily), many skin conditions, and, to some extent, even wrinkles.
Human bodies house between 20,000 and 25,000 different genes, which are made up of DNA, and these genes determine everything about us, including how our skin behaves.
When genes work like they're supposed to, they regulate skin cell production—telling the body to create new skin cells as older ones die.
Your genes know what they need to do, and although they have preprogramed limitations, you can help them do their job as best they can. If you avoid genetic disruption by eliminating harmful environmental factors and buffering your skin’s natural defences, your proteins can flourish, leaving your skin looking younger for longer.
So, stop guessing about that smoothing, tightening, lustrous night cream that rejuvenates, regenerates, and promises a fountain of youth. Instead, get smart about your skincare. Find out exactly what’s in your genetic profile and build an effective skincare regimen that’s unique to you. Once you understand your genetic strengths and weaknesses, you can then start eliminating factors that might impact your skin’s health.
The Skin Health test helps determine how genes can influence the skin’s ability to combat signs of aging, as well as markers that affect eating habits and how the body metabolizes nutrients that support skin health.
Your Personalized Nutrition for Skin Health Report based on your individual genetic profile. This report was developed based on scientific research published in peer-reviewed journals. State-of-the-art genetic testing procedures to analyse your DNA to determine how your genes can influence your skin’s ability to combat the signs of aging, your eating habits, and how your body metabolizes nutrients that support skin health. Based on these results, your propensity to develop signs of skin aging. Nutrition recommendations aligned with your genetic profile.
How does it work?