Pro-Microbiome Lotion

Pro-Microbiome Lotion

200 ML
All skin types

CHF 42

Gentle pH balancing lotion

Benefits

  • Restores the pH of the skin and perfects cleansing
  • Restores the natural microbiome
  • Leaves skin fresh and tightly pored

Actives

Alpha Glucan 1%

Lactic Acid 0.1%

pH ≈ 4,2

What makes the difference: Alpha Glucan is known for its probiotic effect. Lactic Acid hydrates the skin and eliminates dead cells.

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Twice a day (morning & evening).

After a profound cleansing with the Deep Cleansing Balm, apply the Pro-Microbiome Lotion to the entire face and neck using a cotton pad to complete the cleansing and balance the skin’s pH. Let the lotion penetrate before applying a synergy of Emulsion and Serum adapted to your skin.

Aqua (Water), Hordeum Vulgare Leaf Juice* (Emollient), Glycerin (Humectant), Pentylene Glycol (Skin Conditioning Agent), Propanediol (Solvent), Alpha-Glucan Oligosaccharide (Skin Conditioning Agent), Caprylyl/Capryl Glucoside (Foaming Agent), Lactic Acid (Buffering Agent), Levulinic Acid (Skin Conditioning Agent), Sodium Levulinate (Skin Conditioning Agent), Sodium Benzoate (Preservative).

COSMOS ORGANIC certified by Ecocert Greenlife according to COSMOS standard.

*ingredient from Organic Farming

21% of the total ingredients are from Organic Farming.

99% natural origin of total.

Lactic Acid (vegetable sugar extract):

“A lactic acid lotion benefits skin by dissolving dead skin that accumulates on the surface of functioning skin. These dead cells lead to dry, dull skin and can prevent your skin treatments from working properly because they can’t be absorbed. Removing this accumulation is one of the most important parts of a skin care regimen.”1

Alpha Glucan (obtained by fermentation from natural sugars) :

“α-Glucan stimulated the growth of beneficial resident flora, and its bioselectivity as a substrate will enable to restrict the growth of pathogenic flora.”2

1 Alsaheb, R. et al. (2015). Lactic acid applications in pharmaceutical and cosmeceutical industries. J. Chem. Pharm. Res 7.10, pp. 729-735.

2 Park, T. (2016). The prebiotic effect of Gluco-oligosaccharide on skin microflora, Staphylococcus. Conference Proceedings of IPC 2016.