For years, scientists have talked about the importance of the human internal microbiome, referring primarily to the gut. Now we have a better understanding of the role of the microbiome in the skin. Maintaining balance is essential to achieving and maintaining the health and beauty of the skin. Modern research in dermatology helps to understand how to do this. Having received the results of recent tests, we decided to enrich the new anti-aging serum Advanced G’nis9 A01686-LAC, which affects the skin’s microbiome, a complex of 7 fractions of pre-and probiotics. Our best anti-aging serum, Advanced G’nithique A01686-LAC, helps you restore your skin faster.
Even after using one bottle of the remedy, the skin becomes stronger and looks younger. Here are some important facts you need to know about the skin microbiome and how to take care of it.
8 Everything you need to know about the skin microbiome
What is a microbiome?
The invisible microbiome of human skin is an ecosystem of microorganisms living on the surface of the skin. It consists of thousands of different types of microbes and plays a key role in our health. It mainly contains bacteria but can also be yeast, fungi, and viruses. It is in synergy with the skin. The balance of the microbiome is of great importance for the health and appearance of the skin.
Are all bacteria harmful?
This is a big misconception. In fact, fewer than 100
of the trillions of different bacteria pose a threat to humans. The rest of the microorganisms living within us and on us play an important role.
What does the microbiome make for our skin?
We found that the microbiome supports the barrier functions of the skin. Thus, it is one of the first lines of protection of the skin from external influences. The microbiome performs
two important functions: – protects the skin from external aggressive factors;
Restores the skin, enhancing its protective functions and increasing resistance.
How is the microbiome formed?
You get your mother’s skin microbiome right away at birth. Later it is affected by the environment and your way of life.
Why is each microbiome unique?
The microbiome of the skin is unique in every person. Even though initially, the microbiome is inherited, its formation largely depends on the way of life (including the usual diet, smoking, hormone levels) and environmental conditions (life in the suburbs or city, the presence of animals, etc.). Our research has also shown that skin microbiomes are exposed to contaminants, seasonal changes, and ultraviolet radiation.
Can the microbiome of the skin age?
The microbiome of the skin changes with age, and its quality composition in 25 and 60 years will be different. Our scientists conducted a study that examined age-related changes in the skin microbiome. In collaboration with Professor Masahiro Hattori of Japan, we continue to study the role of the microbiome in skin aging.
How to improve the skin microbiome?
The skin must constantly receive a balanced amount of essential nutrients.
Why did we learn about the microbiome only now?
Microorganisms are not visible to the naked eye, but scientists could detect them thanks to microscopes. Technological advances in gene sequencing have made it possible to learn more about the types of microorganisms.