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The Power of Probiotics: How They Can Improve Your Skin's Microbiome

Hey there friend! I'm guessing you're totally into those funky little microorganisms that live in supplements and fermented foods - aka probiotics. And can I just say, they're totally having a moment in the beauty world right now! It's all because of their potential to work wonders on our precious skin. But wait a minute, what even are probiotics, and how do they affect the skin’s microbiome? Let's explore the science behind probiotic skincare and its effects on the skin.

But what is the microbiome?

These tiny organisms are like our personal entourage - they live on us, in us, and they're always down to party. They're a crucial part of our health, especially when it comes to our skin. Our skin's microbiome is like a superhero squad made up of bacteria, fungi, viruses, and more, all working together to keep our skin safe and healthy.

How do Probiotics relate to the microbiome?

Probiotics are live microorganisms that can be beneficial to our health when consumed in sufficient quantities. When it comes to skincare, probiotics can help to balance the skin's microbiome by promoting the growth of beneficial bacteria and suppressing harmful ones. This can lead to a healthier, more resilient skin barrier, which can in turn improve the skin's overall appearance and function. 

if you're feeling a little off-balance and want to give your skin some love, look no further than Bree's skincare range. Bree’s products all contain live bacteria so using the cleanser, moisturiser and mist simultaneously can help replenish the skin's microbiome and restore its balance. And don't forget about prebiotics - these unsung heroes are compounds that promote the growth of probiotics. They're in Bree's cleanser and moisturiser, helping those live bacteria thrive like never before. So get ready to give your skin the ultimate party experience - live bacteria, prebiotics and probiotics!

It's clear that the skin's microbiome plays a crucial role in maintaining its health and function. By promoting the growth of beneficial bacteria, probiotic skincare products are able to help restore balance to the skin's microbiome and improve its overall appearance and function.

Thank you for reading, and a big thank you to all our wonderful readers and loyal customers for your support. Your feedback and positive vibes keep us going every day, and we couldn't be more grateful. Cheers to better skin through probiotics!

Song of the month:

"Don't Wanna" by HAIM.

HAIM is a band consisting of three ridiculously talented sisters. "Don't Wanna" is a song I love to play on the way to the beach. I hope you enjoy this catchy tune as much as we do

Self-care tip for the month:

We can be so consumed with everything around us! So, take a few minutes each day to disconnect from technology and reconnect with yourself. Put down your phone, step away from your computer, and spend some time doing something that nourishes your mind and body, whether it's reading a book, taking a walk, practicing yoga, or simply enjoying a quiet moment of meditation. By giving yourself this time to recharge, you'll feel more centered, refreshed, and ready to tackle whatever comes your way.






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