Day and Night Trio for Dry, Acne-Prone Skin
A complete morning and evening routine for dry or combination skin that's acne-prone.
The probiotic serum contains probiotics that actively protect against problematic bacteria that otherwise cause impurities and pimples. Apply the serum in the evening to let is work undisturbed throughout the night.
The light-weight, postbiotic face gel quickly absorbs into the skin, making it perfect for use in the morning, when you're applying additional products like sunscreen or make-up.
The mild, prebiotic cleanser contains nutrition that feeds the probiotic bacteria, so you get a good starting point for healthier skin and a balanced microbiome.
The package includes: Clarifying Face Gel for Acne-prone Skin (50 ml), Serum for acne-prone skin (30 ml) & Prebiotic cleanser (100 ml).
Crystals with probiotics
The fine crystals in the serum and oil contain the probiotics. They will dissolve upon contact with your skin to release the good bacteria.
How to use
Cleanser: Wet the skin with luke-warm water and massage a few drops of the cleanser onto the skin. Rinse thoroughly with luke-warm water.
The cleanser is oil-based and free from sulphates which is why it doesn’t foam. It will remove dirt and most make-up. Avoid contact with eyes. Suitable for the face and body (but not the intimate area).
Serum: Apply a small amount of probiotic serum to clean skin, and gently spread the product evenly, in a thin layer. The serum can be used both on the face and body.
Avoid skincare with preservatives
Let probiotic products absorb into the skin for 30 minutes before applying other products, like sunscreen or make-up, that are water-based.
All water-based products contain preservatives designed to kill bacteria—also the good ones.
Store probiotics cool until first use
When unopened, keep the probiotic serum in the fridge (2-8 °C) to maximize shelf-life.
Once opened, store the product at room temperature. The product will maintain maximum efficacy for the first three months after opening.
Please refer to individual product pages for list of ingredients.
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