PROBIOTICS FOR SKIN MICROBIOME
LACTOBACILLUS FERMENT is one of over 2000 uniquely effective ingredients in our product catalogue. Find out more about this product from DANJOUNGBIO CO LTD below
LACTOBACILLUS FERMENT - At a glance
Lactobacillus Ferment Filtrate is a filtrate of the product obtained through fermentation by the microorganism, Lactobacillus.
Danjoungbio have the patented Lactobacillus Rhinosus VitaP1.
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Many cosmetic companies are now adding probiotics to anti-aging creams and products specially designed for sensitive skin. While the term ‘probiotic’ is well established in food, where probiotics are considered as live microorganisms able to grow and form a colony that can have a beneficial effect, in cosmetics (a self-regulated industry) there is no standardised definition of probiotics. This makes it virtually impossible for consumers to understand what to expect from a product carrying the probiotic label.
We offer Lactobacillus Ferment and Bifida Ferment Lysate Bifida Ferment Lysate
Our Supplier: DANJOUNGBIO CO LTD
Danjoungbio Co.,Ltd. is a global natural science company committed to the development of natural materials.
They have 3,000 kinds of products by extracting excellent efficacy from natural plants,
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