Discover genetic factors that could affect your skin. Click on each row to view your detailed reports.
Keep in mind that these reports do not include all possible genetic variants that could affect these traits. Other factors can also affect your chances of developing these traits, including lifestyle, environment, and family history.
Skin AgeingLikely to have increased susceptibility to skin ageing.
WrinkleLikely to have more branching wrinkles at the outer corner of the eyes.
Collagen BreakdownLikely to have increased collagen breakdown.
Skin ElasticityLikely to have increased skin elasticity.
AntioxidantLikely to have low antioxidant capacity.
Skin GlycationLikely to have normal risk of skin glycation.
HydrationLikely to have normal skin hydration levels.
FrecklesLikely to have normal risk of developing freckles.
UV ProtectionLikely to have normal UV protection.
Sun TanningLikely to have normal tanning ability.
Acne VulgarisLikely to have low risk for acne vulgaris.
Dermal SensitivityLikely to have normal dermal sensitivity.