– Lactobacillus ferment
1. Good Bacteria In, Bad Bacteria Out.
– Probiotic bacteriotherapy can have great potential in preventing and treating the skin diseases including eczema, atopic dermatitis, acne, and allergic inflammation or in skin hypersensitivity, UV-induced skin damage, wound protection.
2. Nutrition for the Good Bacteria
– Prebiotics are like fertilizer to probiotics aiming to help your skin flourish. Prebiotic skincare can help balance your microbiome, which in turn, can reduce redness and inflammation, reduce wrinkles and signs of aging, and keep the surface of your skin healthy.
3. Combating Acne Bacteria, Protecting and Fortifying Your Skin Barrier
– Lactobacillus ferment is a micro-organism from the lacto-fermentation of lactic acid. This probiotic is a great addition to skincare for acne-prone and sensitive skin types. It contains anti-microbial and soothing properties that can help relieve your skin while still conditioning and softening it.
How To Use:
– After the entire facial cleansing process, apply it for about 15 minutes on Day1 to Day3 to allow the skin to slowly adapt and gradually absorb the probiotics. Remember NOT to wash your face after applying it until the next morning, repeatedly for 10days.
– Apply for about 20 to 25 minutes on Day4 to Day7; Apply for about 25 to 30 minutes on on Day8 to Day10. (If the acne scars is more serious, it is recommended to apply it continuously for 30 days as a course of treatment)
– If you experience any severe redness, itching, or irritation, discontinue the use of product and consult a dermatologist.