Joyōme Skin Care: There's New Science Behind Your Skin's Microbiome & the Aging Process by Belinda Lichty Clarke

5 years ago

Joyōme Skin Care: There's New Science Behind  Your Skin's Microbiome & the Aging Process

You've no doubt read a lot about your gut flora and how important it is to maintaining good health. Turns out, the skin microbiome matters too, and finding the right balance might unlock some of the secrets to younger-looking skin.

Janice Jackson is President of Sales and Marketing for Joyōme, a new skin-care brand whose products aim to balance the skin microbiome using prebiotics. "Formulating with live bacteria (probiotics) is tricky because the finished good would require refrigeration in order for the bacteria to remain alive, which is very expensive to the consumer," Jackson explains. "Instead of using foreign or dead bacteria, Joyōme utilizes prebiotics to feed the good bacteria already present in the facial microbiome."

The result is a set of two products, one for day, one for night, that when used together help balance the skin's microbiome. The Illuminating Day Serum and Overnight Repair's HydraLipid delivery system is patented to promote more effective infusion of the products' various ingredients such as peptides, vitamins, retinoids, ceramides and more. With a 60-day money back guarantee, why not give it a try?

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Elisa Schmitz
The line between health and beauty continues to blur, and I think that's a good thing. Thank you for the heads up about this, Belinda Lichty Clarke !

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