Vivaliti DNA - Skin Optimization Test

Vivaliti DNA - Skin Optimization Test

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Get insights on the unique genetic factors that impact your skin’s health

 

Introducing Vivaliti Skin — a genetic test that helps you get healthy, youthful skin by analyzing genetic traits associated with the skin’s aging process.

Vivaliti Skin analyzes more than 70 genetic markers associated with 7 categories of skin health:

  • Photoaging
    • Includes factors such as how your skin responds to tanning, how susceptible you are to sun spots, and how likely you are to experience wrinkles or collagen breakdown.
  • Moisture & Hydration
    • Find out if you have a genetic risk of dry skin, and which vitamins or over-the-counter products can are best for keeping your skin hydrated.
  • Inflammation & Allergy Risk
    • Determine your risk of skin conditions such as rosacea, contact dermatitis, and eczema, and learn how to treat inflammatory skin conditions.
  • Texture & Elasticity
    • Find out whether your skin is susceptible to cellulite, stretch marks, and varicose veins.
  • Glycation
    • Glycation refers to a process in which sugar molecules attach themselves to collagen in the skin and contribute to the aging process. Find out if your skin has an increased risk of glycation and how to slow down the skin’s aging process.
  • Nutritional Needs
    • Vitamins and minerals play an important role in skin health. If you have a genetic risk of certain vitamin deficiencies, it may accelerate the skin’s aging process. Find out your ideal diet for keeping your skin looking young.
  • Oxidation Protection
    • Vivaliti Skin was developed with input from major dermatology and aging science research groups located in Silicon Valley, Berkeley, New York, and San Diego.

 

Take preventive action to fight your skin’s signs of aging

Your individual skin report includes actionable steps you can put to use immediately to mitigate genetic risks of skin aging, including:

  • Vitamins, supplements, and foods that will help protect your skin and slow down the aging process
  • Procedures, such as broadband light treatment and fractional resurfacing treatments, that can help reduce damage caused by photoaging or inflammatory conditions
  • Topical treatments, including the most effective over-the-counter treatments to address your skin’s unique genetic properties

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