[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad]]I will be the first to say that I am skeptical of prebiotics in skin care products, but Cultured made me sit up and pay more attention. Not only do I like this packaging, its beauty and highlights instantly distinguish it from other brands, and it was founded by Rob Calcraft, who co-founded REN. REN is ahead of the era twenty years ago—in fact, far ahead—although probiotic skin care is nothing new, Cultured Skin Care is doing it in their own way. One of the points I oppose is the “value” of the brand based on the biome-you can enjoy any ingredients, even bacteria, and I like skin care to be approachable.
There are three products (currently)-mask, serum and cleanser. The theory that contains prebiotics, probiotics and epibiotics, fermented products, and microalgae extracts is to strengthen the skin’s barrier to help it perform its best performance (more and more science supports this). What I mean by “best” refers to the skin that can hold a lot of beneficial bacteria (better than “bad bacteria”). We all own and rely on these bacteria to keep our complexion barrier-free, strong and elastic. The stronger the biome, the better the skin can protect itself, which means different things to different people, but an example might be balanced hydration so that your skin tone will not be affected by the peaks and valleys of moisture. Or it may help it reduce its response to sensitivity.
However, although the biome-friendly foundation is the core of all products, due to carefully selected ingredients such as kombucha, polysaccharides and hyaluronic acid, they can do the given task well (I have tried masks and cleansing Agent).
The texture is also interesting. Cleansing Balm, £32, is like a liquid balm-runny, not too runny, maybe like honey, but obviously, not sticky. It does a good job of removing makeup and leaves the complexion feeling perfectly clean. Although the cleansing experience is a pleasure and it is the cheapest in the trio, it will be last in my recommended list because it has a short time on the skin. If you invest in biome enhancement, I think Your skin should have more time.
I also tried the Biome One mask as a strong bug restart with jelly texture and acidic effect. Acid tends to disturb your biome, so it is a bit contradictory, but lactic acid, malic acid and succinic acid are milder than many acids, and it does make my skin happily full of vitality and radiance. If you can’t usually tolerate peel products, this is a good choice, but £48 feels very steep. Biome One Serum is £55-the texture is delicious, I might start here, because if your skin just needs to calm down, I think the tentative method is useless.It is said to have an effect similar to retinol, but its main function is to balance moisture-people with fluctuating skin moisture levels are most suitable for this situation and They are sensitive or reactive. It is very irritating to have a complexion with multiple needs (if you are hormonal or menopausal, you will hear me!) If Biome One Serum does its intended work correctly, you should find more harmony. Even if I don’t believe in probiotics 100%, I agree with the cultured atmosphere (although you are always with someone who owns Yakult, so I don’t know why it’s so difficult for me to fully convince) and wish them all the best. I am also very happy to have the opportunity to get the knitting bacteria made for me by my friend Charlie :-).Cultivated is here, Non-affiliated here.
Cultivate skin care reviews
Prebiotics, epibiotics, starters, anti-preservatives and microalgae extracts are said to activate cells deep in the skin and promote the production of key proteins and enzymes, such as collagen, elastin, and antimicrobial peptides. Enhance overall skin quality and performance.
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