The power of probiotics in cosmetic products
Updated: Oct 12
There is not a secret that some of the common fermented foods naturally contain probiotics, for example kefir, kombucha, sauerkraut, pickled products (it can be anything), miso, kimchi and some cheeses. The fermentation process preserving the food not only creates the new kind of product, but also promotes beneficial enzymes, B vitamins, and omega-3 fatty acids, as well as various species of good bacteria.
So here is the my experiment trying the probiotics cosmetic and see how it works for my sensitive skin. The brand Juvenu Skin provides the wide range of various skin are and hair product. I've tried some of them and picked up the most working for me.
My favorites are all in one premium serum and miracle brightening serum.
Different clinical studies have indicated that probiotics have a great potential in preventing and treating the skin diseases including eczema, atopic dermatitis, acne, and allergic inflammation or in skin hypersensitivity, UV-induced skin damage, wound protection, and as a cosmetic product.
How probiotics helps our skin?
- Probiotics have a calming effect on the skin and prevent the immune system from attacking other living microorganisms;
- Probiotics have been shown to reduce the threat of infection and reinforce the skin's natural defenses against bad bacterias, pollution and free radical damage;
- topical probiotics promote better moisture absorption and aid in delaying the signs of aging.
At the changing seasons works great for my skin - hydrates and moisturizing.
I like it! :)