Fermented Products for your Skin Care Routine

Fermented Products for your Skin Care Routine

Fermentation as Skin Care

Yogurt, wine, kimchi, and other fermented foods are widely available and may even include probiotics that promote intestinal health. Fermented ingredients are rapidly showing up in moisturizers, toners, and serums, and they may be able to do wonders for your skin as well.

Recent years have seen an increase in the use of fermented components in skin care products, including soy, kelp, rice water, different botanicals, and even well-known active compounds like vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, and others.

In essence, substances that have been fermented have been in contact with microbes. The components are broken down into smaller molecules by these helpful bugs. The simpler it is for a chemical to permeate the skin more deeply, the smaller the molecule size.

Fermented Face Mask

Once a week, use a fermented face mask to gently exfoliate the skin, leaving it softer and more radiant. Red algae, which is present, provides antioxidant effects, and turmeric, which helps to relieve inflammation.

Fermented Correcting Cream

Fermented root extracts are the key components of this top-rated, vegan face oil from the K-beauty products, which improves the skin's brightness and helps it maintain moisture for up to 24 hours after use.

Fermented Essence Face Mist

A strong blend of peptides, chains of amino acids that serve as the building blocks for collagen, fermented honey, pink yeast filtrate, and kelp are found in fermented essence facial mist. These ingredients work together to calm, hydrate, and repair skin. Antioxidants are abundant in it, helping to prevent damage from free radicals.

Fermented Eye Cream

Dark circles and tired skin can be avoided with the use of fermented eye cream. Fermented ginseng and vitamin C, which is our go-to brightening active ingredient, combine to calm, brighten, and de-puff the sensitive skin around your eyes.

Fermented Moisturizer Concentrate

The hydrating but light moisturizer utilizes postbiotic lactococcus ferment lysate to promote cell regeneration and prebiotic beta-glucan to draw in water and increase hydration. When applied topically, prebiotic and postbiotic substances may assist in preserving a healthy skin barrier and lowering inflammation.

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