PROBIOTIC TREATMENT is designed to
CARING® Microbiome Formulation promotes the growth of natural good bacteria on the skin. Helping the skin defend itself better (these microbes protect and fight for you) to combat redness, sensitivity, frequent breakouts and fading excessive oiliness. Our goal is to restore and maintain balance in skin health with the aid of innovative formulas, all backed by solid science.
WHO IS IT FOR?
For Hypersensitive, Reactive, Weak Skin Barrier and (Oily Skin).
DID YOU KNOW?
One of the main causes of sensitive skin is a weakened skin barrier.
The outermost layer of your skin, known as your skin barrier, defends your body against a constant onslaught of environmental threats. Symptoms such as dryness, itching and inflammation can alert you to a disturbance in this important barrier and all this may lead to sensitive skin.
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DECODE THE INGREDIENTS
• Stimulates cell renewal
• Smoothens fine lines
• Evens skin tone
• Supports balanced microbiome
• Hydrates skin
• Soothes skin
• Support skin's microbiome
Pre and Probiotics
• Helps get healthy microbes back in balance
• Reduces eczema and acne
• Creates healthy microbiome
• Protects skin by slowing down harmful bacteria growth
• Promotes oxygen uptake
• Control excess oil production
• ANTI-bacterial properties
• Helps in clearing complexion
Probiotic treatment is designed to build up skin immunity. Strengthening the skin barrier to better protect from harmful environment or wrong skincare usage.
$298+ gst (Trial @ $98+ gst)
To have a healthier skin barrier, use the right product for your skin. Be gentle towards your skin, prevent using harsh chemical like SLS, alcohol or synthetic fragrances.
1 to 4 treatment to see significant result and also depending how sensitive the skin is.
Over used of active ingredients like e.g. AHA. Drastic change of weather, too rough on skin, unhealthy diet.
There are a couple of ways to relieve skin redness, namely treatments and skincare products that contain soothing ingredients such as niacinamide, allantoin, aloe vera, etc. ref https://www.today.com/style/dermatologists-reducing-inflammation-redness-face-t157043
Yes. When the skin has build it own resistence, it will be functioning on its own.