Balancing Bacteria Flora for a Healthy Skin Microbiome
Ever wonder why we call our bestselling lotion, "Bare Balancing Baby Lotion"? It's because this key product helps with balancing bacteria flora on our skin, thus promoting inner healing and not just on the outer surface.
Why would you want bacteria on your skin?
Having proper balanced bacteria flora is very important. Did you know it's not 100% good bacteria that's necessary? In fact, a balance of 20% bad and 80% good helps to build a healthy skin microbiome.
A healthy growth of good bacteria leads to a balanced skin microbiome. Our active ingredients activate processes involved in cellular nutrition and detoxification processes. The metabolic activity of skin cells is increased and the skin’s immune system strengthened and protected against environmental stress. Skin inflammation is reduced and your skin is also actively prepared for external stresses.
You are what you eat.. but.. did you know, the last organ in your body to get nutrients is your skin?
We have all heard about it. In fact, pregnant Mums nowadays take probiotics religiously because of research that shows that it reduces the risk of getting eczema. For get a healthy skin microbiome, one of our active ingredients is Probiotics. We include probiotics in our formulation because we acknowledge that besides having active ingredients which helps to repair the skin, having the ability to keep a healthy balance of bacteria in our skin is the key for long term recovery.
Bare Balancing Baby Lotion
We really love this lotion because it's non sticky and yet the smell is so refreshing. However, we never use any fragrance or parfum in our products. Did you know fragrance or parfum has an EWG rating of 8, meaning highly hazardous?
To reap the goodness of our lotion which is designed to penetrate deep down to the layers of our babies skin, slather it on within 3 minutes after shower or bath. The molecules are appropriately sized to ensure best absorption to reap all that goodness.
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