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SkinCare Ingredients 2011

The role of pre- and probiotics in skin care of the future

15-Jun-2011

Related topics: Market Trends, Skin Care Ingredients 2011

Speakers

Dr Stephen Daniells

Dr Stephen Daniells

PhD
Senior Editor
NutraIngredients-USA.com and FoodNavigator-USA.com

Farage Al-Ghazzewi

Mr Farage Al-Ghazzewi

Microbiological Health Specialist
Glycologic

Richard Tester

Mr Richard Tester

Managing Director
Glycologic

Prebiotics and probiotics are mostly associated with gut health, but the beneficial bacteria are now taking to the stage in skin care. 

Both by topical application and oral ingestion, these bacteria can help stabilize the microflora of the skin, which may help to promote the barrier function and control bacterial infections such as acne.

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