Up to 7 billion bacteria, fungi, viruses and single-cell organisms live on our skin –
however, most of these are not harmful to us in any way; many of them even help
to keep us healthy. For our skin, these microorganisms have beneficial properties
because the natural skin flora can only be formed through these microorganisms.
The composition of the skin’s flora is completely different and individual for each person – as with a fingerprint. In recent years, researchers have discovered that the natural diversity of bacteria on the skin should be encouraged, because a well-balanced skin flora serves as a natural protective barrier against pathogens and is key to having healthy skin. The new approach to research therefore involves the topic of probiotic skin care – because if probiotics found in yogurt means that the environment in the gastrointestinal tract is then regulated, why would that not also be the case for the skin?
If the skin’s flora becomes unbalanced and the skin is no longer optimally protected, a consequence of this may be that the skin becomes dry, itchy, reddened or even inflamed. The new ProbioSense is designed to strengthen the skin flora and the skin’s protective barrier accordingly.
The new ProbioSense is designed to strengthen the skin flora and the skin’s protective barrier accordingly.
ProbioSense creates the conditions in which a healthy balanced skin flora can be formed and maintained. The effective formula of the skin care balm is based on a probiotic active ingredient, prebiotic inulin and mimosa bark extract. This combination supports the natural balance of the skin flora and boosts the protective barrier function of the skin. Skin irritations and redness are effectively soothed and reduced.