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We have millions of bacteria as permanent residents on the surface of our skin a.k.a the skin microbiome.
In easy words, our skin microbiome is an ecosystem of good and bad bacteria on the skin’s surface that works to guard us against pathogens that could affect our skin’s overall health. When our microbiome is balanced, our skin looks and feels healthy and beautiful. Our skin is our largest organ and it’s swarming with microorganisms, like bacteria, fungi, and viruses. These invisible life-forms are known as the skin microbiome. They’re an important part of our overall health.
Various factors – such as a change in the skin pH, UV radiation, or age – can affect the balance of our skin microbiome. An unbalanced microbiome can lead to skin conditions such as dry, sensitive skin or even inflammatory skin diseases such as acne or atopic dermatitis.
Products that supplement your skin with the nutrients your microbiome can no longer produce on its own. Our products do not strip the microbiome of its protective qualities, instead they fortify them.
A BALANCED MICROBIOME WILL MAKE YOUR SKIN HAPPY, HEALTHY & BEAUTIFUL.
Probiotics are made of good live bacteria and/or yeasts that naturally live in your body. You constantly have both good and bad bacteria in your body. When you get an infection, there are more bad bacteria, knocking your system out of balance. Good bacteria help eliminate bad bacteria, returning the balance.
Our skincare products aim to restore balance to your skin bacteria. Probiotic products contain live cultures of good bacteria. Probiotic treatments can treat all skin types, including those with chronic inflammation, acne, or other skin conditions. Probiotics make skin calmer and control breakouts. They have great potential in preventing and treating skin diseases including eczema, atopic dermatitis, acne, and allergic inflammation, or in skin hypersensitivity, UV-induced skin damage, and wound protection.
Probiotic skincare products are most effective when they can be massaged in or left on to absorb into the skin. This allows the probiotics to positively impact the moisture barrier and balance the skin microbiome.