Probiotics for the skin. What are they and what are their benefits?
Talking about probiotics and their benefits when balancing the intestinal flora is something already known to everyone. But what do we know about the bacteria that live on our skin?
The skin is the largest organ in our body, it’s a formidable physical barrier whose function is to protect our body and act as a connection with the outside. But the skin is much more than a large layer made up of cells. It is a complex ecosystem in which countless microorganisms coexist, most of which are beneficial. The term to describe this set of microorganisms that live on our skin is cutaneous microbiota.
Benefits of medical chemical peels to prevent and correct ageing and photo-ageing
With the arrival of Autumn, it’s time to renew the skin after months of sun exposure and environmental aggressions. Over time, our skin begins to suffer the consequences and dark spots, pigmentations and wrinkles begin to appear. This, coupled with previous facial marks such as acne scars or open pores, makes our skin look less uniform and blemished.