Probiotic Care for Sensitive Skin

Cuidados Probióticos para Pele Sensível - All 2 Skin

The use of probiotics in dermatological care is an area of ​​research of growing interest. This is why the use of bacterial cultures is becoming increasingly important in cosmetics.

When our intestinal flora becomes unbalanced, for example due to antibiotics or an unbalanced diet, we turn to probiotic yogurts, for example, to rebuild the intestinal flora. What we know about probiotics is that they stabilize the gastrointestinal tract and support the immune system thanks to the lactobacilli and bifidobacteria they contain. Researchers have now discovered that the same principle also applies to imbalanced skin.

There are up to 7 billion bacteria on the skin that form the skin's natural flora. This skin flora composed of bacteria, fungi, viruses and protozoa is also called the skin microbiome. It is different for each person and can become unbalanced due to different internal and external factors (stress, environmental pollution, etc.). In this case, "bad" bacteria can multiply, which can cause irritation, redness or itching of the skin. This is exactly where probiotic skincare can come into play.

Probiosense Sensitive skin
The use of probiotics in dermatology is emerging as an area of ​​research of growing interest. Hence the growing importance of the use of bacterial cultures in the cosmetic industry.

When an imbalance occurs in our intestinal flora, whether due to antibiotics or an inadequate diet, we turn to products such as probiotic yogurts to restore the intestinal flora. Knowledge about probiotics reveals that they stabilize the gastrointestinal tract and strengthen the immune system, thanks to the lactobacilli and bifidobacteria they contain. Recent research indicates that the same principle can be applied to imbalanced skin.

The skin is home to up to 7 billion bacteria, forming its natural flora, also known as the skin microbiome, which includes bacteria, fungi, viruses and protozoa. This flora is unique to each individual and can suffer imbalances due to various internal and external factors, such as stress and environmental pollution. In these cases, harmful bacteria can proliferate, triggering skin irritation, redness or itching. It is in this context that probiotic dermatological care emerges as a therapeutic option.

ProbioSense for sensitive skin

The latest scientific discoveries demonstrate that natural flora can be strengthened and restored to a healthy balance with probiotic skin care. This means that the "good" and "bad" bacteria are once again in a state of balance. The balanced skin flora then forms a natural protective shield for healthy skin. Without an intact microbiome, the skin would be less protected against "attacks" from the environment.

The solution lies in the protection and construction of the microbiological barrier, promoting the desired proliferation of "good" bacteria or the restoration of a healthy and balanced microflora. Skin care based on probiotic active ingredients therefore represents a promising approach for sensitive, dry and itchy skin.

Dr. med's innovative ProbioSense product. Christine Schrammek Cosmetics aims to strengthen the skin flora and, consequently, the skin barrier. ProbioSense creates an environment in which a balanced and healthy skin flora can form and be maintained. ProbioSense's effective formula is based on a probiotic active ingredient (Lactobacillus Ferment Lysate), the prebiotic (nutrient for probiotics) inulin and a mimosa bark extract. This combination supports the skin flora in its natural balance and strengthens the skin's barrier function. Skin irritations, sensations of discomfort and redness are effectively soothed and relieved.