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Anti-ageing in 3 steps

  • With painless DNA sampling.
  • With the laboratory analysis of our genetic material.
  • With a personalized prescription for cosmetics and direction.

 

Our genes provide us with information, immediately applicable, and lead us to the right direction to fulfill your exact skin needs. We offerthe necessary cosmetic treatment and nutrition to your skin, with the appropriateingredients that will contribute to its nourishment and boosting. If deemed necessary, boosting is also providedthrough food supplements, for a healthy, glowing and youthful complexion, without spending money on cosmetics that offer nothing for your own personal needs.

By applying the corrective measures that your body and your genes indicate, for a youthful look, without wrinkles, without age spots leaving their mark on you, Genomed with its expert collaborators in every field, strengthens your body’s defense and your cell regeneration mechanisms with visible results!

 

The genes related to anti-ageing, give us the following information about:

Synthesis of collagen:

We find out that our genes affect the skin’s ability to synthesize and break down collagen, as well as photo-ageing resistance, and finally how prone we are to the early appearance of wrinkles.

Environmental factors and infectious agents:

We examine in which ways, and to what extent, our genes protect us against environmental factors that accelerate the ageing process, but also lead to the premature appearance of wrinkles.

Antioxidant capacity – free radicals management:

We see how satisfying the antioxidant action of our skinis, i.e. its ability for defense against factors that cause significant damage to dermal cells, and consequently against premature ageing.

Dermal cell regeneration:

We discover what the genetic renewal capacity of our dermal cells is, in order toprevent the premature appearance of wrinkles.

Irritable skin:

We observe how increased is ourrisk for skin irritation from the chemicals we use daily, such as cleaners and detergents, as well as other factors, and how prone we are to skin inflammation.

Predisposition to skin cancer:

We examine how increased is our risk for skin cancer (melanoma), due to reduced “genetic protection” against dangerous solar radiation or other factors.

Androgenic alopecia:

We study how increased is our danger for premature hair loss, either as a woman or as a man, in order to take predictive measures in time through nutrition, vitamins and special cosmetic products.

Homocysteine metabolism:

We see to what extent our body metabolizes this dangerous toxic residue that affects our skin health with its toxic impact on our cells.