Recorded Thursday, September 13 – Presented by BASF
The skincare industry has seen a growing interest in products that nurture the community of microorganisms that live on your skin: the microbiome.
Skin microbiome and the various skin parameters are intricately connected. The makeup of your skin microbiome directly affects things such as your skin’s hydration and acne breakouts, or more persistent conditions like eczema and psoriasis – and in turn, skin’s conditions affect its microbiome.
To improve skin condition, it’s important to promote the growth of good bacteria, inhibit bad bacteria, and maintain a balanced environment that keeps your skin looking healthy.
BASF has developed a range of innovative products, such as Relipidium™ and PatcH20™, that cultivate a thriving environment for the beneficial bacteria on our skin.
Watch this webinar to learn more about the Microbiome trend and associated claims and review the BASF Care Creations’ Microb’eauty product portfolio. Request a product sample for Relipidium™ here.
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