It’s not rare to see fragile or damaged skin nowadays. Whether it’s due to stress or pollution, there are more and more skin with redness or inflammation.
To help to soothe these sensitized skins, cosmetics increasingly use skincare products containing bacteria, probiotics, yeasts and other fermented ingredients. They really benefit our skin’s bacterial flora and allow the skin to better defend itself against these daily aggressors!
This trend has increased in recent years thanks to the progress of the skin’s microbiome studies, which has put a new spotlight on these specific skincare ingredients.
The preservation of good bacteria that optimize the immune function of the skin is a big skincare trend at the moment, with products using the benefits of probiotics, but also fermented ingredients, very popular in Asia.
Three articles to read if you are interested in this topic, on btyaly.com:
Focus on: fermented ingredients (ferments, yeasts, probiotics):
A Focus article on fermented ingredients, very used in Asian cosmetics.
Focus on: Microbiome and probiotics cosmetics:
An article that explains in detail what the skin microbiome is and how to preserve it.
Review: Missha Time Revolution Night Repair Probio Ampoule:
This year, the K-Beauty brand Missha reformulated its best-selling Time Revolution Night Repair serum to include even more probiotics. It’s now called “Night Repair Probio Ampoule” and I tried it ands reviewed it on BTY ALY!
And you, what are your thoughts about this trend? And what are you doing to take care of your microbiome? smile