Skin Traits Reports

If you've ever wondered why certain skincare routine doesn't work for you, this is the time to find out. Analyse how your genetics influence skin characteristics, such as hydration, elasticity and antioxidant capacity, which play a key role in the skin aging process.

What You'll Discover

You will receive skin-specific insights and personalised recommendations different skin traits related to hydration, elasticity, sensitivity and more.

Eyelid saggingNew

Eyelid sagging is one of the characteristics of skin ageing. It is a condition whereby the upper or lower eyelids appear baggy due to the loss of skin elasticity and weakening of the muscles that support the eyelids.

Inflammatory CytokinesNew

Cytokines are proteins produced by the body in response to infection, inflammation or injury. However, if the inflammatory response lasts for a long time, it will bring negative effects by causing inflammatory diseases.

Stretch Mark (Striae distensae)New

Stretch marks occur when the dermis of the skin is suddenly and rapidly stretched, producing long, narrow streaks of lines on the skin. Many factors can influence the development of stretch marks, one of which includes genetics.

Acne Vulgaris

Acne happens when hair follicles are clogged with dead skin cells and oil from the skin. Did you know that genetics plays a huge role in acne vulgaris?

Antioxidant

Find out if you have high antioxidant capacity, that can help you fight free radical damage and can help maintain healthy skin.

Collagen Breakdown

Collagen is a type of protein which gives our skin the youthful glow and elasticity that we love. Do you have the genes that affect your rate of collagen breakdown?

Dermal Sensitivity

Do you have risk of sensitivity towards certain ingredients such as Benzalkonium Chloride and Sodium Hydroxide?

Freckles

Freckles are caused by the increase in local melanin production after sunlight exposure. Are you at higher risk of developing freckles?

Hydration

The skin contains approximately 30% water, which contributes to plumpness, elasticity, and resiliency. Do you have the genes associated with high skin hydration?

Skin Aging

Our skin changes as we age. The natural aging process normally begins in our mid-20s. Are you more susceptible towards skin aging?

Skin Elasticity

Firmness of our skin is mainly linked to collagen and elastin, discover if you have the genes linked to better skin elasticity.

Skin Glycation

The proteins in skin most prone to glycation are collagen and elastin. When glycation happens, the collagens and elastins become discolored, weak, and less supple.

Sun Tanning

Ever wonder if you have high or low tanning ability? This refers to your skin's ability to protect you against ultraviolet (UV) radiation from sunlight.

UV Protection

Ultraviolet (UV) radiation can cause skin damage. If your genetics predisposed you to have lesser UV protection, you might need to take prevention steps.

Wrinkle

Ever heard of crow's feet? It's the branching wrinkles that appear at the outer corner of our eyes. Are you at higher risk of getting wrinkles?

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What You Would Get In These Reports

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Your Genotypes & Your Risk Result

Get your trait report, learn about the genes that are involved in the traits, and understand which gene variations you have.

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Skincare, Diet, Lifestyle Recommendations

Your report comes with personalised recommendations in skincare, diet and lifestyle, as a guide for you to make lifestyle changes to manage your risks.

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Bonus information

Learn more about the traits, what other factors affecting the traits and what you can do to manage your lifestyle.

What You'll Get

Personalise your skincare routine by learning about how your genes plays a role in your skin.

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