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My name is Kellie, and I created your optimized skincare routine and plan. I focused on your high and medium-risk priorities based on your DNA test. I also considered your Yudoyu quiz results, which told us about your skin type and feelings about your skin. Your personalized routine includes products packed with ingredients that, with consistent use, will improve current skin quality and protect your future face. Please add lifestyle and dietary changes (outlined below) for an added boost toward happier, healthier skin!
Kellie and The Yudoyu Team
We are here to help if you have any questions! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
YOUR LIFE STYLE QUIZ RESULTS TOLD US THAT YOUR SKIN IS:
Oily + Uneven Tone + Under 40 + Prone to Breakouts + Occasional Sensitivity
DNA ANALYSIS EXPLANATIONS
Our lab tests 16 core and dozens of secondary genetic markers that contribute to skin protection and premature aging and can play a big role in your skin’s future well-being.
The genes tested are cataloged according to their structural, functional, and metabolic effects on the skin.
Each Skin DNA category provides 1 of 3 outcomes: High Risk, Medium or Low Risk.
- Collagen: High Risk 1-31% | Medium 32-70% | Low Risk 70-100%
- Glycation: High Risk 1-50% | Medium 50-99% | Low Risk 100%
- Pigmentation or UV: High Risk 1-57% | Medium 58-74% | Low Risk 75-100%
- Antioxidant Protection: High Risk 1-56% | Medium 57-70% | Low Risk 71-100%
- Sensitivity: High Risk 1-56% | Medium 57-69% | Low Risk 70-100%
How does your skin compare with the rest of the population?
Yudoyu’s partner lab SkinDNA® has established one of the world’s largest derma genetics databases with more than 2 million DNA profiles*.
Our data allows us to discover distinctive skin aging traits shared between groups of people.
Your Skin DNA Risk Scores
You have a less-than-optimal ability to break down glucose efficiently. Excess glucose molecules stick to collagen and elastin, binding fibers together. This ultimately leads to the formation of wrinkles, thinning skin, free radicals, and structural skin damage. We’ll give you some ideas on how to reduce this risk and help keep fine lines away!
Inflammation Response: This gene functions minimally and is prone to over-respond to perceived threats, creating a response that irritates skin cells. You likely experience itching, redness, or skin sensitivity. You may also experience hay fever and other allergies.
Detox: Your body may not break down xenobiotic compounds such as cigarette smoke, exhaust fumes, air pollution, and alcohol as well as it should. Variations in this gene can create internal inflammatory responses, causing redness, rashes, and acne.
Skin Sensitivity: Your body has an optimal ability to break down toxic chemical compounds in everyday pollution. Likely, you do not suffer inflammation or irritations caused by perfumed products, active skincare ingredients, and general city pollution.
Repairing Sun Damage: Your genetic outcome suggests that your body is excellent at repairing your skin from DNA damage caused directly by exposure to UVA rays (also known as the “Aging Rays”).
UV Radicals: Repairing UV Radical Damage: You have optimal UV Radical repairing ability. After sun exposure, this gene is crucial for maintaining the overall health and integrity of the skin by repairing damage UV Radicals might have caused.
Antioxidant Power! You near-optimally produce Superoxide Dismutase (one of our two tested antioxidants). Superoxide Dismutase can help break down free radicals and prevent damage to skin cells. You have a less-than-optimal ability to produce Glutathione Antioxidants. However, the benefit of one of these antioxidants being produced well is that you can effectively break down free radicals and prevent damage to skin cells.
Pollution Defense: UVB radiation, fumes, carbon, and smoke, if not efficiently broken down, can oxidize and cause damage to the skin’s wall. Your genes have less than optimal ability to break down Quinones efficiently. This may cause your skin to become more sensitive to environmental pollutants.
Melanin Production: Your body produces irregular volumes of melanin (pigment). As a result, your skin is sensitive when exposed to sunlight. You are more prone to freckling, hyperpigmentation, and white spots (hypo-pigmentation). Your skin is likely to burn rather than tan.
Photo Defense: Your body is functioning minimally in breaking down free radicals produced from UVB “Burning Rays” once they have entered the skin. These rays are responsible not only for sunburns but also for pigmentation responses.