Anti-Aging Skin DNA Test

Take a deeper look into what affects your skin. Your DNA affects how your skin behaves. By learning how your DNA affects your skin, find out the skin care regimen that suits you best. Address your genetics skin needs.

We all know that beautiful skin comes from within. Our skin is affected by our age, lifestyle and what we eat. With a DNA test you can take an even deeper look into your skins properties, learning about areas that might put your skin at risk, even before they manifest themselves. By finding out the DNA of your skin you can personalize your skin care regime, knowing on which areas you need to focus more.

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Why take the test?
Discover which areas of your skin might be at risk, affecting things such as elasticity, hydration and glycation. Get personalized recommendation of topical and supplements to improve your skin look, and reduce risk of skin problems appearing.
Comprehensive results, just for you
Testing over a dozen genes that indicate different areas of risk in your skin contributing to wrinkling, pigmentation and sensitivity. Actionable detailed report, with customized recommendations as for topical creams, treatments, diet and supplements.
Quick and simple
DrGene DNA Test is quick, easy and non-invasive. All you need is a small swab sample. Your sample will be analyzed in a specialist genetic laboratory. Within a short time you will be able to view your results.
What we test for:
  • Skin Elasticity
    Risk for degradation of elastin and collagen, resulting in loss of firmness and skin sagging.

    (MMP1, MMP3)
  • Skin Hydration
    Dry skin tends to wrinkle and is more prone to allergies. Genetic factors determine your basic skin hydration and affect it's resistance to dryness.
    (FLG, AQP3)
  • Skin Glycation
    Excess of sugars in the blood can damage skin tissue functionality. Skin glycation leads to wrinkling, dryness, skin laxity, cracking and thinning skin.
  • Skin Inflammation
    Chronic inflammation is one of the main causes for skin aging. Genetic factors play an important role in activating and controlling inflammation processes.
    (IL1RN,IL1RL1, ICAM)
  • Tanning & Sun Sensitivity*
    Prolonged sun exposure damages skin tissue structure which contributors for pigmentation spots and skin aging. Genetic tendency influences the risk from sun damage.

  • Pigmentation & Dark Spots
    Dark spots are a prominent sign of skin aging and develop earlier with exposure to UV and air pollution. In addition, there is a genetic risk factor for the development of dark spots.

  • White Spots**
    Vitiligo is a complex disorder in which the immune system destroys pigment-producing cells in the skin, resulting in white patches.
  • Contact Allergens
    Risk of sensitization and allergies caused by contact allergens like nickel, air pollution, detergents, rubber, sunscreens and more.
*Relevant to Non-Asians only
**Relevant to Asians only

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