Understand the role DNA plays in your skin’s health
Your DNA play’s a big role in the health and appearance of your skin. By understanding your genetic predisposition to wrinkles, cellulite, inflammation, and other skin conditions, you can make positive changes to eliminate, reduce, or delay symptoms for a personalized skin care plan.
Reveal your potential for beautiful skin with Pathway Genomics at home DNA testing
We focus on DNA insights that you can turn into powerful lifestyle changes and a personalized plan for how to care for your skin.
You have the option of SKiN iQ with 13 traits, or upgrade to SkinFit to get procedure options and 23 traits.
SkinFit Sample Report: click here.
Our at home DNA test can start you on your path to the skin you love
Many products claim to restore and maintain a beautiful complexion. But not all products may be right for your skin. Instead of experimenting with costly creams and treatments, your personalized genetic report can tell you exactly which nutrients and topicals are most effective for you.
Understand the genetic predispositions of your skin
Environmental and biological factors play a key role in determining how your skin evolves over time. By identifying your unique risk factors, you can take proactive steps to maintaining your beautiful skin.
Empowering you with the latest in personalized skin care
Our DNA skin tests were developed in partnership with leading dermatology and aging science research groups at Stanford, Berkeley, The Salk Institute and New York University.
With our skin tests, you’ll learn:
- Your personalized skin genetic profile, including analysis of seven categories of skin health
- How to proactively address your skin health through lifestyle, care, and nutrition improvements
- Gain insight into which skin nutrients and topicals will benefit your skin the most
- Upgrade to SkinFit to learn which procedures are recommended for you
Skin Photoaging: discover how your skin may respond to sun exposure (4 Traits)
- Wrinkles and Collagen Degradation
- Tanning Response (SkiN iQ: Sun Sensitivity)
- Sun Spots (Lentigines)
- Freckles (Ephelides)
- Procedure Options: Skin Photoaging
Skin Texture and Elasticity: Learn if you are predisposed to troublesome skin conditions (3 Traits)
- Stretch Marks (Striae Distensae)
- Varicose Veins (SKiN iQ: Superficial Veins)
- Procedure Options: Skin Texture And Elasticity
Skin Inflammation and Allergy Risk: Discover if you are at risk for skin redness, itchiness and pain (4 Traits)
- Contact Dermatitis (SKiN iQ: Itchy Skin)
- Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) (SKiN iQ: Skin Irritant Sensitivity)
- Generalized Psoriasis
- Procedure Options: Skin Inflammation and Allergy Risk
Skin Moisture Factor: Find out if you are predisposed to dry skin (1 Trait)
- Dry Skin (Xerosis and Ichthyosis)
- Procedure Options: Skin Moisture
Skin Oxidation Protection: Find out how well your skin may respond to harmful agents (1 Trait)
- Antioxidation Response
Skin Glycation: Discover if you are at risk for advanced skin aging (1 Trait)
- Glycation Protection
Skin Nutritional Needs: Learn what micronutrients you may need (9 Traits)
- Omega-3 and Omega-6 Deficiency
- Vitamin A Deficiency
- Vitamin B2 Deficiency
- Vitamin B6 Deficiency
- Vitamin B12 Deficiency
- Vitamin C Deficiency
- Vitamin D Deficiency
- Vitamin E Deficiency
- Folate-Folic Acid Deficiency
How to collect your DNA Sample
|No eating, drinking, or smoking for 30 minutes prior to collection.|
|Fill out all labels on back of instruction card & place one on each tube.|
|Swab the inside of your cheek with the same force you brush your teeth. Use one swab per cheek, and brush for approx. 45 seconds.|
|Place each swab back into a collection tube without touching the tip on any surface.|
|Seal in bag and mail back.|