An intact skin microbiome is key for a healthy skin. Our skin hosts some 1 million micro-organisms and they have an essential role to play, fostering our immune system and promoting skin health and beauty.
The Health and Beauty industry is increasingly talking about the importance of a balanced microbiome. But what is a microbiome and where does it fit into people's health and beauty regimes. What are the challenges and opportunities in creating and marketing products with claims around probiotics, live or good and bad bacteria?
The beauty industry can connect better with consumers by rethinking how it communicates and markets sustainable product offerings, bringing additional aspects into the narrative, say industry executives.
Skin care companies are continuing to pursue their studies to move towards a more advanced understanding of this exciting new area. But what exactly does a product need to do to earn the title of “microbiome-friendly”?
Described as the next frontier for beauty, the microbiome is the single most important area of development in skin health and self-care, challenging one’s understanding of the role of bacteria, and inspiring scientists to unlock the potential of the humanmicrobiome.
Cosmetic products that are gentle on the skin microbiome are more in demand than ever. No wonder, then, that the market is increasingly using the claim ‘microbiome-friendly’. Dr Kristin Neumann explains how to really measure microbiome-friendliness in products.
Codex Beauty Labs, a pioneering biotech skincare solutions company, is proud to announce the launch of its MyMicrobiome-friendly certified Bath Salts, the first bath salts in the world to achieve this certification.
„Hautpflege muss in Zukunft das natürliche Mikrobiom stärken.“ So lautete das Fazit von Prof. Dr. Christine Lang, Vorstandsmitglied von Kosmetikhersteller Belano medical, auf der diesjährigen CosmeticBusiness in München.
Consumers are more aware of the term “The Skin Microbiome” than ever before, yet a complete understanding of the skin microbiome is still emerging. How can skincare brands communicate and launch products that specifically consider the skin microbiome today?
Considering its importance to skin health, the microbiome played a very small part in skincare until recently. Skincare products have long accepted the microbiome and knew not to aggravate bacteria that could cause skin problems. Yet, actual industry development was minimal.
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