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Skin Analysis

  • Skin Analysis helps accurately diagnose skin types as well as skin problems residing at the surface or hiding in deeper layers.
  • SkinScope®’s diagnostic capabilities instantly reveals skin conditions allowing for targeted treatment plans to be formalized and enable consistent monitoring throughout the treatment cycle.

Look into the Skin
This function is used to look into the skin in more depth. With the skin’s surface shine suppressed, it is possible to view many of the dermal structures, vascular conditions, inflammation, and pigmentation residing beneath the outer epidermis. Perfect for showing vascularity below the skin surface.

Fluorescence Skin Analysis
Skin abnormalities on the skin’s surface or in deeper skin layers create distinguishable fluorescence patterns and stand out from surrounding healthy skin. This mode is also used to track the health of sebaceous secretions, as the colour of these secretions is a powerful diagnostic tool.

Irregularities Revealed
The complexion analysis reveals inhomogeneities in skin tone, pigmentation irregularities, and irritations. A homogenous complexion is the fundament of beautiful skin.

SkinDNA™ Genetic Test

WHAT IS SKINDNA™ GENETIC TEST?

  • SkinDNA™ is a revolutionary laboratory DNA test performed by a renowned laboratory in Sydney. It enjoys great popularity in Australia, the United States, Canada and many European countries. It is available in several hundred professional clinics in the world, where tens of thousands of people have already benefited from the results, who learned how to take care of themselves smarter, to maintain the health and beauty of their skin for many years. The test examines 15 genetic markers (SNPs) in 5 categories related to skin aging.
  • Scientists from the SkinDNA International team have identified specific genetic indicators that allow the patient's inclination to assess specific changes in the skin contributing to its aging. Knowledge of these individual predispositions allow us to choose the care and treatments ideal for you! Thanks to the results of the SkinDNA ™ test, you will get unavailable knowledge of the risks to your skin hidden in your genes and you will get anti-aging prophylaxis precisely matched to your skin needs.

HOW IS IT TESTED?

  • The genetic material for the study is obtained by taking a swab from the mucous membrane of the cheek using a special "swab". It lasts about 10 seconds and is completely painless and non-invasive. The collected material is sent to the laboratory in Australia, where the patient's DNA analysis is performed to identify the variants of 15 genes associated with the skin aging processes. Analysis of the correlation between these variants allows to determine the individual predisposition of the patient to the occurrence of various skin problems and to estimate the genetic risk of premature skin aging and various forms of this aging.
  • Based on the results of your DNA research, a personalized guide is created - especially for you - that allows you to develop your individual, scientifically selected program tailored to the specific needs of your skin. Your specialist gains the opportunity to go beyond the scheme set out for everyone and even more precise selection of the right ingredients for skin care, dietary supplements and treatments according to your genetic profile, to provide you with the highest possible effectiveness of anti-aging prophylaxis.

WHAT AGING RISK CATEGORIES ARE EVALUATED IN THE SKINDNA ™ SURVEY?

    1. FIRMNESS & ELASTICITY: 1 IN 3 PEOPLE Have a genetic variation that predisposes their skin to accelerated collagen breakdown.
      • ARE YOU GENETICALLY PREDISPOSED TO PREMATURE COLLAGEN BREAKDOWN?
        Keeping the skin firm, plump and wrinkle-free, collagen is the principle structural protein of the skin. Throughout your life, collagen undergoes continuous reproduction and turnover.
        When you are younger, your body makes more collagen than it loses, but after about the age of 40, collagen loss accelerates, leading to a decline in the appearance of your skin.
      • WHAT YOUR GENETICS HAVE TO DO WITH IT
        Our genetic predispositions play a big role in determining both the speed of collagen production and breakdown/turnover.
        Key variations in this genetic category can identify if the rise and fall of collagen is in balance, or if the breakdown of collagen predominates, which can result in the appearance of premature wrinkling, aging and sagging of the skin
      • ARE YOU GENETICALLY PREDISPOSED TO PREMATURE COLLAGEN BREAKDOWN?
        Keeping the skin firm, plump and wrinkle-free, collagen is the principle structural protein of the skin. Throughout your life, collagen undergoes continuous reproduction and turnover.
        When you are younger, your body makes more collagen than it loses, but after about the age of 40, collagen loss accelerates, leading to a decline in the appearance of your skin.
      • WHAT YOUR GENETICS HAVE TO DO WITH IT
        Our genetic predispositions play a big role in determining both the speed of collagen production and breakdown/turnover.
        Key variations in this genetic category can identify if the rise and fall of collagen is in balance, or if the breakdown of collagen predominates, which can result in the appearance of premature wrinkling, aging and sagging of the skin

      In healthy, youthful skin, the synthesis and degradation of collagen is in balance: damaged or redundant collagen is degraded while the deficit is replenished by the ongoing synthesis.

      • Unfortunately, this intricate balance gets disrupted when there is an oversupply of MMP1: too little of the matrix is synthesized and too much is degraded. The more this occurs the more winkles, roughness and sagginess one tends to have. MMP levels are known to increase with age as a result of photo aging as well as natural aging.
      • The genes in this category are involved in slowing the breakdown and degradation of collagen fibers found in the extracellular matrix of human tissue. Key variations tested in this category can identify if the synthesis and degradation process of collagen is in balance, or if the degradation predominates (increased MMP levels) that can result in the appearance of premature wrinkling, loss of youthful looks and other ageing skin traits.
    2. WRINKLING (GLYCATION): 1 IN 2 PEOPLE Are genetically predisposed to reduced genetic protection against Glycation
      What is Glycation?

      • GLYCATION IS A LEADING CAUSE OF SKIN AGING. ARE YOU GENETICALLY AT RISK?
        Keeping the skin firm, plump and wrinkle-free, collagen is the principle structural protein of the skin. Throughout your life, collagen undergoes continuous reproduction and turnover.
        When you are younger, your body makes more collagen than it loses, but after about the age of 40, collagen loss accelerates, leading to a decline in the appearance of your skin.
      • WHAT YOUR GENETICS HAVE TO DO WITH IT
        Our genetic predispositions play a big role in determining both the speed of collagen production and breakdown/turnover.
        Key variations in this genetic category can identify if the rise and fall of collagen is in balance, or if the breakdown of collagen predominates, which can result in the appearance of premature wrinkling, aging and sagging of the skin
      • ARE YOU GENETICALLY PREDISPOSED TO PREMATURE COLLAGEN BREAKDOWN?
        Keeping the skin firm, plump and wrinkle-free, collagen is the principle structural protein of the skin. Throughout your life, collagen undergoes continuous reproduction and turnover.
        When you are younger, your body makes more collagen than it loses, but after about the age of 40, collagen loss accelerates, leading to a decline in the appearance of your skin.
      • WHAT YOUR GENETICS HAVE TO DO WITH IT
        Our genetic predispositions play a big role in determining both the speed of collagen production and breakdown/turnover.
        Key variations in this genetic category can identify if the rise and fall of collagen is in balance, or if the breakdown of collagen predominates, which can result in the appearance of premature wrinkling, aging and sagging of the skin
    3. SUN DAMAGE & PIGMENTATION: 2 IN 5 PEOPLE have a genetic variation that affects their skin’s UV defences.
    4. FREE RADICAL DAMAGE: 1 IN 2 PEOPLE are genetically predisposed to reduced skin Antioxidant protection
    5. 5. SKIN SENSITIVITY + INFLAMMATION: 4 IN 5 PEOPLE have a genetic variation that can cause an over reactive inflammation response.

    WHO SHOULD MAKE A SKINDNA™ GENETIC TEST?

    • Anyone wondering if the skin care they are currently using is optimal for him
    • Anyone who knows that prevention is better than treatment and wants to act before it's too late
    • Anyone who wants to understand well how his body works to be able to use targeted therapies
    • Anyone who feels lost among thousands of products and treatments offered on the market

    WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF SKINDNA™ TESTING?

    • You will learn what are the genetic predispositions of your skin in all categories of aging
    • You will find out which threats you need to focus on in order to keep your skin healthy and beautiful
    • You will learn about the possibilities of effective, targeted prevention to counteract threats
    • You will learn the most effective, individually tailored, care plan for your skin for you
    • You will be able to effectively prevent skin problems even before visible changes occur
    • You will not have to guess what is good for your skin
    • You will avoid disappointments and expenses related to trial and error
    • You will save money by giving up what your skin does not need
    • You will keep health and youthful appearance of the skin, and with it the well-being for longer

    HOW MUCH DOES IT NEED TO PERFORM THIS TYPE OF TEST?

    The test is performed once in a lifetime. There is no need to repeat the test because the identified gene variants (SNPs) remain unchanged throughout life.

    HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE TEST?

    It is recommended to avoid eating, drinking other beverages than water, smoking, chewing gum and brushing your teeth for 30 minutes before taking a swab from the buccal mucosa. Immediately before taking the swab, rinse your mouth with water.

    DIAGNOSE:

    Within 1-2 weeks you will receive a comprehensive SkinDNA ™ Report, analysed and explained by the clinic, that ranks each genetic marker low, medium or high risk. From these results a customised skin health plan, combining product, supplements and modalities will be created.

    PRESCRIBE:

    Using the results from the SkinDNA ™ Test the clinic is able to confidentially recommend an appropriate routine to prevent and correct skin concerns and preserve a more youthful looking skin.

Price list

SkinDNA ™ USD
$ 600

The material on this website is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice. Always consult your physician before beginning any treatment program.

CONTACT

1470 16th Street Unit 101
Miami Beach, FL 33139
+1 (786) 448 34 78
contact@reviveclinic.com
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