Probiotic skin supplement
Probiotic skincare contains live bacteria, which contribute to the skin's health and appearance
Natural dietary supplement designed to support the skin from the inside. Studies have shown that the gut's microbiome has influence on distant organs such as the brain and the skin.* Hence it's important to support the skin from the inside. Contains carefully selected probiotic bacteria and vitamin A.
-Vitamin A contributes to the normal function of the immune system.
-Vitamin A supports the maintenance of healthy skin.
-Resistant to stomach acid.
Dosage: take 1-2 capsules daily. Swallow capsule whole with a glass of water.
The vial contains 30 capsules.
Store at room temperature and keep out of the reach of children. Dietary supplements should not replace a varied diet or a healthy lifestyle.
 O’Neil, C.A. et al. The gut-skin axis in health and disease: A paradigm with therapeutic implications. Bioessays. 2016 Nov;38(11):1167-1176.
Lactiplantibacillus plantarum LB244R® & LB356R® [Probiotics], Hypermellose, Magnesium Stearate, Vitamin A.
|1 capsule||% RDI|
|L. plantarum LB244R®||5 billion||-|
|L. plantarum LB356R®||5 billion||-|
|Vitamin A||400 µg||50|
Made without dairy or soy ingredients. NSF Certified Gluten-Free. Certified Vegan. Capsules do not contain titanium dioxide, E171, (the color pigment used in most white/opaque capsules).
Probiotic bacterium isolated from fermented cabbage. This strain balances the skin microbiome and helps to make the skin healthy and strong while reducing dryness, irritation and redness.
Probiotic bacterium isolated from fermented beets. This strain binds to C. acnes and reduces pimples and blemishes without irritating or compromising skin health.
Vitamin A supports healthy skin, mucus membranes and immune system.
Take 1-2 capsules per day (if possible, together with a meal). Do not exceed maximum recommended daily dose.
In your routine
BAK Probiotic skin supplement can be used alone to support your skin and microbiome from within, or in combination with other BAK skincare products to support the skin from within as well as topically through our range of probiotic oils and serums.
Research has shown that microbial dysbiosis on the skin and in the gut often follow one another . Studies have shown that the gut's microbiome has influence on distant organs such as the brain and the skin . This is the so-called gut-skin axis. Both the innate and adaptive immune system alter the microbial composition, but the local microbiome can also modulate the immune system . Thus, influence in the gut will affect the skin.
 O’Neil, C.A. et al. The gut-skin axis in health and disease: A paradigm with therapeutic implications. Bioessays. 2016 Nov;38(11):1167-1176.  Arck, P. et al. Is there a 'gut-brain-skin axis’? Exp Dermatol. 2010 May;19(5):401-5.  De Pessemier, B. et al. Gut-skin Axis: Current Knowledge of the interrelationship between Microbial Dysbiosis and Skin Conditions. Microorganisms 2021, 0, 353.
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