Design Now

A Designer Baby Company.

What are designer babies?

They are babies whose genetic makeup is selected to ensure that certain traits are present or absent.
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Pros and Cons


  • prevents genetic disorders such as Down Syndrome, Alzheimer's, Huntington Disease, etc.
  • prevents other medical conditions such as obesity, diabetes, cancer, etc.
  • increases human life span up to 30 years
  • enhancement of children
  • allows parents to give their children a healthy lifestyle


  • parents may use this technology for superficial purposes
  • could create a gap in society between "designer babies" and "non- designer babies"
  • an act against God
  • reduces genetic variation
  • we don't have that much knowledge on this technology so it could create bad effects in the future of a designer babies life

Who is allowed to design their babies?

We understand that every situation is different. Design Now doesn't prefer you to pick your child's traits to create the "perfect-looking" baby due to the negative consequences associated with it. However, if you do have a risk of a genetic disease, we understand the want for your baby to have a healthy lifestyle. We will consult with each of our clients to determine the best possible situation for each circumstance.

Please note that our terms of policy state that we cannot pick certain traits for your child's looks such as eye color, hair color, skin color, etc. We do not perform those designs here.


Finance- how much do these procedures cost?

These procedures can range from $1500 to $3000 dollars. These are costly procedures because of the costs of the resources needed to conduct the procedure. You will need to check with your insurance to see if they will cover it- some may not because it is an act against god.

Disclaimers- What are some possible issues the designer baby could have?

  • Discrimination between "designer babies" and "non designer babies"
  • We don't know that much about the technology, long term-effects may occur
  • the genetic engineering may not work
  • some embryos will be thrown away and some may be destroyed through genetic engineering
  • possible side effects including cancer, reproductive issues, premature aging, gastrointestinal problem

How does this process work?

1. Create an embryo with in-vitro fertilization
2. Removing a single cell from that embryo within the first five days of creation.
3. Genetically testing the cell.
4. Parents decide whether to discard the embryo or place it in the mother's womb.

Pre- Implantation Genetic Diagnosis
Checks for diseases