Probiotics are defined as the live bacteria and yeasts that are beneficial for you. Your body has millions and millions of both good and bad bacteria. An appropriate balance between these good and bad bacteria is necessary to enjoy good health.

Traditionally, probiotics were used only to maintain good gut health, but now their use has also extended into into our Melanopeel skin care.

There are many types of bacteria that are classified as probiotics, each having different benefits. Most of these types come from these groups.

Our good gut bacteria:

  • Lactobacillus (found in yogurt and fermented food)
  • Bifidobacterium (found in dairy products)
  • Saccharomyces boulardii (yeast found in probiotics)

Probiotics are used in the treatment of different conditions like inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel disease, diarrhea, urinary and vaginal conditions, oral health and skin conditions. Probiotics work by keeping a healthy balance between good and bad bacteria.

When probiotics are applied topically, your skin gets numerous benefits as probiotics promote a healthy skin biome (community of microorganisms).

6 skin care benefits of our probiotic serum.

This concentrated lactobacillus serum pH balances and restores healthy skin bacteria. Recommended for skin hydration, and microbiome balance of all skin types.

melanopeel probiotic serum
Hydrate, Balance & Nourish Your Skin with Probiotics.
Active ingredients – lactobacillus probiotics, niacinamide, hyaluronic acid, DMAE, white tea & other anti-inflammatory botanicals.

1. Role in inflammatory skin conditions

Probiotics show a stabilizing effect in different inflammatory skin conditions. They can reduce flare-ups by producing a calming effect on your immune system. Reduced inflammatory response results in fewer wrinkles as skin becomes more resistant to the negative effects of exposure to the sun.

2. Role in Skin barrier strength

Probiotic skin care can reduce the threat of any infection and even can reinforce the natural defense of your skin against bad bacteria, free radicals and pollution. Probiotics are also known to protect your skin from harmful pathogens by reducing skin’s pH.

3. Role in preventing acne

Increased oil production in your skin can lead to clogged pores and breakouts. Regular use of probiotics can provide you relief from acne breakouts resulting in clear and beautiful skin. Used as a hydrator, this serum can promote a more favorable microorganism balance on your skin.

4. Role in reducing the visible sign of aging

Topical probiotics are involved in promoting better moisture absorption and can aid in delaying visible signs of aging. Moreover, it helps in building collagen, providing you with a strong and smooth appearance.

5. Role in skin repair

Topical probiotics can reduce discoloration and scars. Moreover, improving skin smoothness is also one of their features. Typically, probiotics can repair your skin and can reduce its sensitivity by ensuring that your protective skin’s barrier function is stronger.

6. Role in different skin conditions

Probiotics can help you in a variety of skin conditions like rashes, eczema, rosacea and acne. You can use both oral and topical probiotics to make your skin healthier.

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