HEALTHY SKIN FROM WITHIN

DNA-based skincare insights

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Reveal your potential for lifelong beautiful skin with SKiN iQ

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Not All Skin Is Created Equal

SKIN iQ™ analyzes seven categories of skin health and recommends actual ingredients and products based on your results.

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What SKiN iQ™ Can Do For You
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Understand
your genes

Find out if you’re more prone to wrinkles, cellulite, inflammation, or other skin conditions.

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Craft a smarter
skincare regimen

Choose the routine and products that are right for you.

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Avoid risks

Your environment plays a big role in how your skin evolves. Identify your unique risk factors.

How It Works
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Buy your test

SKiN iQ is available online, at CVS, Walmart, Meijer, and on Amazon

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Provide a sample

Collect your DNA with our easy-to-use cheek swab and follow the instructions in the kit

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Get your results

View/download your results on desktop, mobile, and tablet

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Create a health plan

Utilize your personal DNA insights to create a ​​​​​​​daily routine that’s perfect for YOU!

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FAQs
If I have an “increased risk” for any of these conditions on this test does that mean I will definitely develop it?

No, although there is an “increased risk”, there are many factors that contribute to developing a certain condition. In addition to genetics many factors such as exercise, sun exposure, diet, age, medications and other environmental factors can impact your risk of a particular condition. This test can help determine the genetic component to better inform you and your provider in regard to modifying the other factors you have control over.

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Is genetics the only factor that plays into my risk for wrinkles?

Although genetics helps determine overall risk for winkles and collagen degradation, environmental factors such as gravity, passage of time, UV exposure, and smoking can also have a significant impact.

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If I am “high risk” for developing wrinkles what can I do to lower my risk?

Avoidance of things like UV light from sun exposure or tanning can reduce the risk for wrinkles. In addition, the use of sunscreen can be of benefit. In addition, with the consultation of a dermatologist there are a number of oral and topical treatments as well as procedures that can be performed to reduce formation of and presence of wrinkles.

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If I have an “increased sun sensitivity” result, does that mean I will always burn in the sun?

No, just strictly having an “increased sun sensitivity result” does not mean that you will always burn in the sun, only that you are at a greater risk to do so. Conversely, someone with a normal sun sensitivity result is still at risk to burn in the sun. An increased use of sunscreen especially over SPF 30 is recommended to reduce the risk of sunburn.

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If I am at “greater risk” for sun spots, what can I do to lower my risk?

Avoidance of long exposure to direct sunlight, especially without sunscreen can increase the risk, so avoiding these exposures can be beneficial.

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What factors in addition to genetics have been associated with formation of cellulite?

Other factors that contribute to cellulite formation include hormone changes, gender, ethnicity, age, and weight changes.

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What can I do if I have an “increased risk” for cellulite and wish to reduce it?

There are a number of oral (bioactive collagen peptides) and topical (3.5% caffeine or retinal)managements. In addition, upon consultation with a dermatologist or plastic surgeon there are many skin smoothing procedures available.

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