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age

You're only as old as you feel - still, your skin has different needs at each point in your life. In order to fully personalize your cream, we first need to know your biological age.

How old are you?

WHY WE ASK
Age is a crucial factor in customizing recommendations that may promote better skincare outcomes.
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gender

Some aspects that affect your skin are based on gender.

How do you identify?

WHY WE ASK
Hormones such as testosterone and estrogen, influence factors like sebum production, collagen density and skin thickness. Understanding gender helps assess potential hormonal influences and recommend tailored solutions.
Male.
Female.
Non-binary.
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pregnancy

Are you currently pregnant or nursing?

WHY WE ASK
Pregnancy can lead to hormonal changes that may affect your skin as well. Hormonal fluctuations during pregnancy and lactation can influence skin sensitivity and reactivity.

No.

Yes.

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menopause

Are you in menopause?

WHY WE ASK
Menopause can have a substantial impact on your skin such as decreased collagen production, increased dryness, heightened susceptibility to certain skin conditions.

No.

Yes.

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shavingIrritations

Does your skin often show razor burn or irritation after shaving?

WHY WE ASK
Understanding skin irritations like redness, razor burns or ingrown hair is a vital aspect as it affects not only immediate comfort but also long-term health and appearance of skin.
Never.
Sometimes.
Often.
Always.
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pigmenttationType

First, please tell us a little bit about your skin. What would you say your skin type is?

If you feel that your skin falls between two of these categories, we recommend to select the lighter skin type. These six photos are just examples. Skin types come in many different variations.

WHY WE ASK
Melanin levels influence skin's response to UV radiation, pigmentation disorders and effectiveness to certain skincare treatments.
Skin Type 1
Very light skin. The skin is very sensitive to sunlight and does not tan. The safety time (the time you can expose the untanned skin to sunlight without risking redness or sunburn) is under 10 minutes! This skin type is found more often in people with blond or red hair and light eye colours.
Skin Type 2
Light skin, often with freckles. The skin rarely tans and gets sunburned easily. The time spent safely in the sun without risking redness or sunburn is under 20 minutes. Skin type II is often found in people with blonde or light brown hair. Generally associated with blue, green, or light gray eye color.
Skin Type 3
This skintype tans easily in summer but can still sunburn. Safety time (the time you can expose the untanned skin to sunlight without risking redness or sunburn) is about 30 minutes. Usually found in people with blond or brown hair and brown or gray eyes. Skintype III rarely has freckles.
Skin Type 4
Light brown to olive skin and dark brown hair. Typically brown to dark brown eye color. Skintype IV tans easily in the summer and rarely burns severely. Safety time (the time you can expose the untanned skin to sunlight without risking redness or sunburn) is around 40 minutes.
Skin Type 5
Dark brown skin, tans easily and deeply. Rarely sunburns - still sunburns do happen. Safety time (the time you can expose the untanned skin to sunlight without risking redness or sunburn) is around 60 minutes. Typically found in people with dark brown to black hair.
Skin Type 6
Dark brown to black skin. Rarely sunburns, safety time (the time you can expose the untanned skin to sunlight without risking redness or sunburn) is about 80 minutes. Typically found in people with dark brown to black hair and dark brown eyes.
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visibleVeins

Does your skin show tiny broken blood vessels ("spider veins")?

WHY WE ASK
Visible blood vessels near the skin's surface can indicate underlying vascular issues or skin conditions.

No.

Yes.

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reddening

Does your skin tends towards redness or blotchiness?

WHY WE ASK
Identifying redness and blotchiness helps identify the right treatment and provide guidance for maintaining a healthier complexion.
Never.
Sometimes.
Often.
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skinImprovement

What are your 3 top skin goals?

We will create your personalized cream based on all your skin needs, but will give special emphasis to your top skin goals.

0 / 3 selected
WHY WE ASK
Selecting your own skin goals empowers you to achieve the results you desire while optimizing your skincare routine for your unique needs.
Increase Hydration.
Refine Pores.
Reduce Redness.
Increase Skin Glow.
Reduce Impurities e.g Pimples.
Reduce Pigmentation Spots.
Reduce Fine Lines Or Wrinkles.
Reduce Dry Areas.
Protection From Display Light e.g. From Your Phone Or Laptop.
Protection from pollution, e.g. harmful particles associated with air pollution.
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skinType

In general, how does your skin feel?

WHY WE ASK
Different skin types respond differently to skincare products. Understanding this helps recommend tailored solutions for you.
Very dry.
Dry.
Combination (dry and oily).
Oily.
Normal.
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skinSensitivity

You know your skin best - how sensitive is it?

WHY WE ASK
Skin sensitivity varies from person to person. Understanding this helps us recommend solutions that can minimize the risk of irritation or adverse reactions.
Insensitive.
I never have problems with ingredients in my skincare products.
Sensitive.
My skin reacts negatively to some products, so I pay attention to ingredients.
Hypersensitive
My skin reacts negatively to most products, so I am especially cautious when it comes to ingredients.
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skinSituationMorning

How does your skin generally feel in the morning before you clean it or apply any products?

Our skin often feels differently in the morning compared to how it feels in the evening. To develop the perfect cream for your, we need to know how your skin sensation varies.

WHY WE ASK
Morning skin can differ from evening skin, due to overnight oil production or hydration levels.
Normal.
Oily.
Oily in the T-zone (forehead, nose and chin).
Dry in some areas.
Dry and stressed.
I don't know.
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skinSituationEvening

How does your skin generally feel at night before you clean it or apply any products?

WHY WE ASK
Night skin can vary from morning skin due to environmental pollutants and accumulation of sebum or sweat throughout the day.
Normal.
Oily.
Oily in the T-zone (forehead, nose and chin).
Dry in some areas.
Dry and stressed.
I don't know.
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skinCareRegime

Which type of products does your skincare routine generally include?

WHY WE ASK
Understanding skin routines tells us which products are you currently using and which ones to recommend to achieve your skin goals.
Day cream.
Night cream.
Cleanser.
Toner.
Serum.
Eye cream.
Face mask.
Face oil.
Sunscreen.
Make-up remover.
Other.
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How big is the city you live in?

WHY WE ASK
Your living environment can significantly affect your skin health. Living in larger cities means your skin is prone to higher levels of pollutants.
The countryside.
0-100 residents.
A little village.
100-5,000 inhabitants.
A small town.
5,000-50,000 inhabitants.
A city.
50,000-250,000 inhabitants.
In a big city.
More than 250,000 inhabitants.
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smoking

How often do you smoke?

WHY WE ASK
Knowing how often you smoke helps us gauge the extent of risk and provide appropriate skincare products that can support healthier skin.
Not at all.
1-2 times per week.
1-2 times per day.
2-10 times per day.
More than 10 times per day.
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flyingFrequency

How often do you fly?

WHY WE ASK
Frequent flying can expose your skin to unique environmental conditions such as dry cabin air, changes in atmospheric pressure, potential disruptions in skincare routine.
Never.
1-2 times a year.
4-8 times a year.
Every month.
More than once a month.
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sunExposition

On average, how many hours each day are you exposed to direct sunlight?

WHY WE ASK
UV rays can cause internal and external bodily changes.
Never.
1-2 hours.
3-4 hours.
5-8 hours.
More than 8 hours.
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glassWaterIntake

How many glasses of water do you usually drink per day?

WHY WE ASK
Severe dehydration can lead to increased transepidermal water loss (TEWL) and damages the skin barrier.
2 or less.
3-4.
5-6.
7-8.
9 or more.
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weeklySports

What kind of workout do you do at least once a week?

WHY WE ASK
Workout conditions can also impact your skin differently. Understanding your workout schedule helps us assess these conditions and recommend the right tailored solutions.
Water Sport.
Indoor Workout.
Outdoor Workout.
I don't workout.
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nutrition

Which of the following products do you consume at least once per week?

WHY WE ASK
Your food and alcohol consumption can impact skin hydration, appearance and overall health.
Alcohol
Junk food
Coffee
Nothing
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stressLevel

In general, what is your stress level?

WHY WE ASK
Gauging stress levels helps us consider potential stress-related factors while providing skincare advice and recommendations.
Very relaxed.
Mostly relaxed.
Doing fine.
Sometimes stressed out.
Very stressed out.
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bluelightExposition

On average, how many hours do you spend in front of a display (mobile phone or computer) each day?

WHY WE ASK
Prolonged screen time can impact skin health gravely. It can stimulate photo-ageing and over time lead to skin discoloration, inflammation and a weakened skin surface.
Never.
1-2 hours.
3-4 hours.
5-8 hours.
More than 8 hours.
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sleep

How much sleep do you generally get each night?

WHY WE ASK
Disruptions in sleep cycles or circadian rhythms impacts a wide variety of dermatologic conditions. Better understanding of this helps us give appropriate recommendations for round-the-clock protection.
3-4 hours.
5-6 hours.
7-8 hours.
More than 8 hours.
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skinAllergies

Do you have any known allergies to skincare products?

WHY WE ASK
Knowing more about your skincare allergies helps us recommend products that are free from potential allergens and promote healthier skin.

No.

Yes.

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allergyDisclaimerAck

In this case we recommend to be careful with active ingredients.

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dermatologistTreatment

Are you currently being treated by a dermatologist?

WHY WE ASK
It is essential for us to be aware if you are being treated by a dermatological expert as we aim to complement their care and promote the best possible outcomes for your skin health.

No.

Yes.

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dermatologistAck

We recommend to align the ingredients of your cream and your use of your cream with your dermatologist.

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richness

Which consistency and thickness (which "feel") do you prefer in a face cream?

WHY WE ASK
Different people have different preferences when it comes to the consistency of their skincare product. Knowing your preference helps us suggest products that match your desired sensory experience.
Less rich.
Normal.
More rich.
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What is your zip code?

Using your zip code, we can learn about the level of air pollution, temperature, water hardness, and the UV index that you are exposed to on a daily basis. This allows us to further optimize the active ingredients in your personalized cream to meet your individual needs.

WHY WE ASK
Knowing your zip code enables us to offer tailored recommendations that help with regional influences on your skin.
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email

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