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Decoding the Skin's Genetic Blueprint with Regenere

As advancements in health and technology allow us to live longer, there's a growing need for our physical appearance to reflect how young we feel on the inside. 

The skin is often one of the first signs of aging in an otherwise healthy body, and visible aging, like wrinkles and sagging, can negatively impact self-esteem and disrupt self-identity.  

The importance of skin means that skincare is a booming industry, bringing in over $180 billion in revenue globally in 2023.  

Similar to nutrition and many other areas, personalization is key to effective skincare, as there is a vastly diverse spectrum when it comes to skin conditions and rates of aging. 

One approach gaining traction as a mechanism of personalizing skincare is genetic testing. 

Using genetic testing, you can target individual needs and combat the effects of aging on the skin. 

In this blog, we'll explore the pivotal role of genetics in skin aging and how Vibrant Wellness’s new personalized peptide-based skincare program, Regenere, utilizes genetic testing to set a new standard in skincare. 

Detecting SNPs: The Secret Weapon to Healthy Skin SNPs

Changes in the skin are some of the most visible signs of aging and cellular senescence.  

Oxidative stress, elasticity, and hydration can impact skin aging and lead to these visible changes and the development of skin conditions. 

The skin aging process is influenced by both the environment, through factors like smoking and sun exposure, and our genetics. 

Twin studies reveal that up to 60% of the skin aging variation between individuals can be attributed to genetic factors. 

With this in mind, researchers have narrowed down specific single nucleotide polymorphisms or SNPs that influence skin aging. 

SNPs are tiny variations in our DNA that occur when single bases in genes are changed or deleted.This can cause an amino acid change at a specific position and a noticeable physical change. 

These genetic variations can impact various aspects of our skin, including:  

  • Ability to repair free-radical damage 
  • Susceptibility to inflammation 
  • Tendency toward hyperpigmentation 

Using SNPs, you can assess skin care and anti-aging needs based on a person’s genetic signature. 

By identifying relevant SNPs through genetic testing, Regenere creates highly targeted skincare solutions that address your patient’s specific needs. 

The Role of Genetic Testing in Regenere

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Regenere's approach begins with patients filling out our skin health questionnaire and submitting a recent photo to provide additional insights into their skin’s condition. 

The skin health questionnaire provides information on the current state of your patient’s skin, including skin conditions, treatments, and history, as well as environmental sensitivities.  

The program then tests genetics with a simple saliva test. The genetic testing detects 34 different SNPs that impact skin aging, free-radical repair, inflammation, hyperpigmentation, and more. 

By analyzing your patient’s genetic makeup, you can uncover the unique SNPs influencing their skin's aging process.  

Patients then receive a customized face serum tailored to their genetic needs, plus an interactive report to help you review their results and recommend additional interventions. 

The Regenere Formula

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Each facial serum in the Regenere program boasts over 20 active ingredients, including peptides, antioxidants, phospholipids, and vitamins—making it the first fully personalized peptide-based serum on the market.  

This personalized approach ensures your patients receive a skincare regimen perfectly suited to their unique biology. 

Further, Regenere’s clean formula is meticulously tested for safety and toxicity and adheres to FDA and ISO regulations. 

Every formula is 100% free of mycotoxins, parabens, environmental toxins, and heavy metals. 

Every order of Regenere includes:  

  • Genetic testing  
  • Comprehensive skin health questionnaire 
  • Personalized peptide-based face serum 
  • Peptide-based eye serum 
  • Amino-acid powered skincare supplement to amplify absorption 

Regenere Patient Results 

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Regenere has already delivered remarkable results for many seeking to combat the signs of aging and revitalize their skin.  

After a four-week trial, patients reported:   

  • 97% agreed their skin had more volume and hydration  
  • 100% observed firmer, tighter skin  
  • 94% saw a reduction in fine lines and wrinkles  
  • 100% experienced brighter and more radiant skin 

A New Standard of Skincare

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Regenere's approach stands out as a first-of-its-kind solution in society's quest for skin that looks as youthful as we feel on the inside.  

By leveraging SNPs, you can uncover the unique factors that influence the skin's aging process and develop a personalized skincare regimen that works specifically for your patients. 

Similar to the world of nutrient supplementation, both deficiency and excess of active ingredients in skincare can be harmful. 

Thus, it’s necessary to address both the lack or low activity of skin functions and the excess of active ingredients in skincare products that can be potentially toxic for individuals whose genetics are already effective for specific functions. 

Personalized skincare addresses these needs by looking at individuals as a whole. 

Through its comprehensive genetic approach, concentrated peptide-based formula, and quality and purity of ingredients, Regenere sets a new standard. 

By understanding the genetic factors that make us individuals, you can optimize your patients’ lifestyles to their biochemical individuality and improve how they feel from the inside out.  


Regulatory Statement:

The general wellness test intended uses relate to sustaining or offering general improvement to functions associated with a general state of health while making reference to diseases or conditions. This test has been laboratory developed and its performance characteristics determined by Vibrant America LLC and Vibrant Genomics, a CLIA-certified and CAP-accredited laboratory performing the test. The lab tests referenced have not been cleared or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Although FDA does not currently clear or approve laboratory-developed tests in the U.S., certification of the laboratory is required under CLIA to ensure the quality and validity of the tests.