The benefits of probiotics

Probiotics keep your skin young.

Probiotics are mainly anti-inflammatory, strengthen the immune system and the barrier function of the skin.

One of the causes of premature aging is "inflammatory ageing", and we know that the chronic and silent inflammatory state of cells is associated with our lifestyle and contamination...

The power of probiotics on our skin

Our skin is also made up of several bacteria called skin microbiomes. These billions of bacteria are all equally good for our skin and aim to protect our beauty capital!

External (contamination, UV, etc.) and internal (stress, hormones, etc.) attacks on the epidermis can destroy the skin's microflora and cause harmful effects such as eczema and acne.

As a cure, probiotics aim to promote the balance of weakened skin flora, particularly on sensitive skin prone to inflammation (eczema, neurodermatitis, acne, etc.) while limiting the effects of aging due to oxidative stress.

It then forms a protective barrier against bad bacteria that cause inflammation and skin damage.

Symbiotic is a war on pimples

Too much sebum and poor quality can cause inflammation caused by P. acnes. But they are not the only ones responsible. Acne only develops when out of balance with Staphylococcus epidermidis.

Therefore, the combination of synbiotics and conventional treatments can enhance the ability of this bacterium to increase the effectiveness of care and prevent recurrences. This is the case with our cleansing foam it seems that it makes more sense to focus on the good bacteria rather than disinfecting the skin to eliminate P. acnes, in order to regain the 'balance.

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