In recent years, there has been worldwide interest in the word microbiome. By common definition, a microbiome is an ecosystem of microorganisms that lives in and on your body. It plays an essential role in human health and is widely commented on in the categories of nutritional supplements, skin care, food and beverages.
The information about the bacteria that live on our skin is relatively new and is taking shape as a significant trend in medicine and cosmetics. The use of Lactobacillus and Bifidus ferments in skin care is growing every year and is about to change the attitude of the industry to the microbiome and the products that take care of its bacterial balance.
So what is the microbiome?
Human skin is a complex ecosystem that hosts various types of microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses and fungi known as microbiome. The functions of the microbiome in favor of the skin include protection from toxic external factors and the control of pathogenic and infectious agents. Our skin is colonized with microbes the moment we are born and the microbiome changes as we mature as a function of our age, diet, lifestyle, the cosmetics we use. For example, bacteria that feed on oily secretions are dominant in adolescent skin due to increased sebum production. They, in turn, are the cause of acne and inflammation, which is the explanation why 80% of adolescents and young people have this problem.
The skin microbiome plays a huge role in protecting the skin, forming its functional barrier with the help of our immune system. Also various factors including diet, hormonal imbalance, lifestyle and use of cosmetics have been shown to affect the bacterial balance of the microbiome. Disorders such as dandruff, acne, psoriasis or atopic dermatitis can occur when the balance is disturbed.
Cosmetics with high pH and aggressive ingredients upset the balance of the microbiome. Antibiotic and antibacterial therapies kill all bacteria and so the skin remains unprotected and exposed to infections.
What are the latest skin care innovations that balance the microbiome?
SNOWBORN SKINBIOTICSis a skin care for acne that is pH balanced and 99% natural. The products contain probiotics, prebiotics, postbiotics, peptides and natural oils of turmeric, ginger, saffron and others. The probiotic enzymes are Lactobacillus and Bifidus ferments
The products do not contain synthetic preservatives, parabens, alcohol, sulfates, phthalates and perfumes.
Conducted clinical trials inHamilton international laboratory, show reduction of pimples and inflammation by up to 70% for the first 4 weeks in 20 patients with acne.
First step: Back to balance Micellar water– shrinks pores, reduces oiliness and cleans in depth. The skin is soft, without stretching and drying.
Second step (morning): Spots never again active fluid– the most active product for pimples and imperfections. Controls the growth of pathogens, eliminates inflammation and balances the pH of the skin.
Second step (evening): Back to balance hydrating cream– moisturizes in depth, cleanses the complexion and leaves the skin light and without aggravation.
First step::Back to balance micellar water– shrinks pores, reduces oiliness and cleans in depth. The skin is soft, without stretching and drying.
Second step: Restore to defence lipid cream– strengthens the skin barrier, nourishes the microbiome and brightens spots. The skin is healthy and radiant.
For more information visit:www.snowbornskin.com
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