How Probiotic Skincare differs from Traditional Skincare

How Probiotic Skincare differs from Traditional Skincare

Many customers have asked, so why Bree Probiotic Skincare compared to other brands? So, lets start with how probiotic skincare differs from traditional skincare.


Probiotic skincare is a relatively new concept in the world of beauty, but it's quickly gaining popularity as more people become aware of the benefits of using probiotics on their skin. But what exactly makes probiotic skincare different from traditional skincare?

Skin's Microbiome 

First and foremost, probiotic skincare focuses on maintaining and restoring the balance of the skin's microbiome. The skin's microbiome is a complex ecosystem of microorganisms that live on the surface of the skin. These microorganisms play a vital role in maintaining the skin's health and protecting it from harmful invaders. However, the use of harsh chemicals, antibiotics, and other toxins can disrupt the balance of the skin's microbiome, leading to a host of skin problems such as acne, eczema, and rosacea.

 Live Microorganisms

Probiotic skincare, on the other hand, uses live microorganisms (probiotics) to restore the balance of the skin's microbiome. These probiotics are similar to the beneficial bacteria that naturally occur on the skin and work to protect it from harmful invaders. This helps to keep the skin healthy and glowing.


Another major difference between probiotic skincare and traditional skincare is the use of natural and organic ingredients. Traditional skincare products often contain a long list of synthetic chemicals and preservatives that can be harsh on the skin. Our Probiotic skincare, on the other hand, is made with natural and organic ingredients. We use a probiotic strain called Bacillus which is derived from water and soil. These ingredients are gently on the skin and do not disrupt the balance of the skin's microbiome.

 Addresses the cause of the problem

Another difference is that traditional skincare products often only focus on treating symptoms of skin problems (such as acne, wrinkles, etc.) whereas probiotic skincare aims to address the root cause of the problem by restoring balance to the skin's microbiome. This means that probiotic skincare can be more effective in preventing and treating skin problems in the long term.


In summary, probiotic skincare differs from traditional skincare in that it focuses on restoring and maintaining the balance of the skin's microbiome, uses natural and organic ingredients, and addresses the root cause of skin problems. If you're looking to improve the health of your skin, consider incorporating Bree Probiotic Skincare products into your daily routine. So why don’t you try our Probiotic Facial CleanserProbiotic Facial Moisturiser and our Probiotic Facial Mist for your next order.


As always, we can’t end this blogpost, without saying the most heartfelt, genuine thank you for everything that you do in supporting Bree Probiotics. The dream of creating a unique skincare and haircare brand is being kept alive by you, and for that we’re beyond grateful.


Founder’s selfcare tip for the month:  - Meg Walker

Go easy on yourself.

I find January is often the month where we make healthy resolutions that we think are realistic, but we come to the end of the month, and we have already broken them. This is what happened to me.

All I want to do is remind you that it is ok to have a bad day, go easy on yourself. Healthy habits are not built overnight.

Just a reminder that we would love to hear your selfcare tips  - so please let us know –


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