In fact, it's actually the result of millions of micro-beauticians working on the skin.
Facial beauty is largely dependent upon millions of different microbes – also known as "the facial skin microbiome."
The skin actually has a community of beneficial microbes living on there and they are active in keeping it healthy, glowing and hydrated.
These microscopic organisms work 24/7 to protect your skin, to ensure its barrier is fully functional.
Dr. Mona Gohara, a highly respected Dermatologist, likens the skin microbiome to a community of colonists.
Dr. Gohara says, “That’s what your skin’s microbiome is like – a little community of micro-organisms that help your skin work better. If this microbiome is misbalanced or non-functional, then the skin will be susceptible to worsened issues. The best way to maintain delicate balance of the microbiome on the face is simply to use products free of harsh compounds."
Certain facial soaps disrupt the microbiome by creating a harsh pH-environment.
This is why it's a good idea to use gentle soaps that are pH-neutral.
By being gentle to your face, its skin and microbiome, you will see greater glow and beauty.
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