Your test will include analysis of these key aspects of beauty:

APPEARANCE AND SKIN HEALTH Are you likely to have acne? Will you experience hair loss or go gray early? Discover what your genes have to say about your appearance – and what you can do about it.
  • Complexion (C11orf49)
  • Hair graying (IRF4)
  • Itchy skin (OVOL1)
  • Monobrow (PAX3)
  • Skin hydration (AQP3)
  • Thick hair (EDAR)
AGING We all have different genetic capacities for skin aging. If you have genetic markers that indicate faster-than-normal skin aging, you can take additional steps to protect and preserve your skin.
  • Antioxidant enzymes (GPX1)
  • Photo aging (STXBP5L)
  • Skin protection (CATALASE)
  • Skin renewal (NQO1)
  • Sugar-induced aging (AGER)
ELASTICITY If you want to maintain your skin as you age, it’s essential to maintain elasticity. By understanding your genetic markers, you can get a better sense of how best to do that.
  • Cellulite (HIF1A)
  • Collagen breakdown (MMP1)
  • Skin wrinkling (MMP3)
  • Stretch marks (FN1)
UV SENSITIVITY Some people have a genetic predisposition to higher-than-normal sun sensitivity. Find out if you’re one of them – so you can adequately protect your skin.
  • Skin protection (SOD2)
  • Sun sensitivity (MC1R)
  • Suntan (ASIP)


This 18-gene profile helps to explain how your skin and hair look, feel, and react to various conditions. Get the details you need to perfect your beauty routine and select products that best meet your needs:

  • Will your genes impact how quickly you age?
  • Are you more sensitive to the sun and/or more likely to wrinkle?
  • What's the best approach to caring for your unique skin and hair?

These are some of the things you can learn about yourself with the BEAUTY DNA test.

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