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One cannot have bad health and good skin. But there are some genes specifically important for skin health. After new research, we are pleased to offer this new gene-testing service developed by Dr Sharad Paul.

Understand your skin; Improve your health

30 genes especially chosen to help understand your skin physiology and skin health are analysed

You receive your personalized gene-test report with individualized recommendations

$349 USD + Shipping and Taxes

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"I’m constantly asked about diet and aging and if there are specific “skin foods.” Actually, there are foods that improve skin health, and some foods (in certain people) that may worsen skin conditions."

 

Discover the secrets of your own skin

Take the Dermatogenomix® gene test now 

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Skin Physiology

Skin Pigmentation of the face
Antioxidant Levels
Loss of Skin Elasticity
Advanced Glycation End Products

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Our personalized reports have been developed based on scientific research published in peer-reviewed journals and reviewed by an advisory board of experts.

Report example only

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As a skin MD, I have often said to my patients, one cannot have bad health and good skin.

Good skincare also means good health and fitness. In my bestselling book, The Genetics of Health (Simon and Schuster, NY 2017), I wrote that genes are our blueprint, but not our destiny.

​Professor Sharad P. Paul MD
Fellow, Royal Society of Medicine
Adjunct Professor, Auckland University of Technology
Winner of the Ko Awatea International Excellence Award
for Leading (skin) Healthcare on a Global Scale

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$349 USD + Shipping and Taxes

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