“You can use the Universal Serum in the morning or the evening after you remove your makeup and clean the skin,” said Dr. Michel Bohbot, CEO of the French company Synbionyme. “Universal Serum can be used by itself or in combination with your regular skin-care regimen.”
What makes the Synbionyme’s products, including its Universal Serum, different from most of the other skin-care products on sale in the United States is that it uses prebiotics and probiotics to reinvigorate the skin.
Prebiotics and probiotics are not just for your gastrointestinal health.
Your skin’s microbiota barrier has billions of bacteria that protect your skin but, just like your gut, you need the right balance of good, friendly bacteria to keep your skin healthy. That is difficult to do today because your skin is under constant attack from the natural aging process, stress and environmental assaults.
“Many skin-care products on the market just hide blemishes or rashes,” said Dr. Bohbot. “Our products re-balance the skin, so to speak, to treat the skin’s barriers. We developed Pro-B3 that helps strengthen your skin.”
Synbionyme gets to the root of your skin-care problems by restoring the equilibrium to the skin barriers, which are the outer skin, the immune system, and the microbiota. Pro-B3’s ingredients are prebiotics, probiotic extract and Omegas 3,6 and 9.
In addition to the Universal Serum, Synbionyme is introducing four other skin-care products to the U.S. consumer: Radiance Moisturizing Gel-Cream, 24-Hour Moisturizing Cream, Enzymatic Clarifying Lotion, and Progena Lift Cream. These skin-care products use skin synbiotics, which is a combination of prebiotic and probiotic extracts, to help keep your skin radiant and healthy.
For more information about Synbionyme’s skin-care products, visit synbionyme.com.
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SOURCE Laboratoire Synbionyme