The Dermagenomics-report provides an overview of your genetic predisposition with regard to various characteristics of the skin, especially the face.

When choosing a skin care product to cleanse, care for the skin or to combat the signs of skin aging, knowledge of the genetic predisposition may influence this choice.


Most people have suffered from it during puberty: pimples, or as it is officially called: acne. For most people, these are at most a number of pimples on the face and while perhaps unsightly, not very annoying.

Some people, however, have to do with a much more intense reaction, which causes inflammation and for whom it can also be a problem later in life.

This section of the Dermagenomics-report provides a picture of the genetic predisposition to a severe form of acne.

UV sensitivity

Every day we are exposed to a greater or lesser extent to the ultraviolet radiation (UV) of the sun and especially the face gets a lot of sunlight.

UV radiation is harmful to any skin, but the degree to which it depends, among other things, on the skin color and skin type.

Genetic differences between people with the same skin type can also ensure that people, under the influence of UV radiation, have a hereditary predisposition to develop at a relatively younger age of pigmentation spots, wrinkles and sagging cheeks.

Intrinsic skin aging

Intrinsic skin aging refers to the genetic predisposition to aging the skin regardless of external influences. Genetic variants are partly responsible for the rate of skin aging.

For example, it appears that the average age at which crow’s feet (laugh lines) begin to slacken of the cheeks, deepening of the nasolabial fold (crease between nose and corner of mouth) and drooping eyelids appear to be associated with several genetic markers.


UV sensitivity

Intrinsic skin aging


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