In recent years, scientific research has illuminated the intricate relationship between the gut microbiome and overall health. Beyond its role in digestion, the gut microbiome plays a pivotal role in influencing various aspects of the body, including skin health and beauty.
A balanced and diverse gut microbiome contributes to healthier skin by influencing factors such as hydration, inflammation, and collagen production. So being aware of what you put in and on your body has never been more in focus in the beauty and wellness arena.
Recognizing the impact of the gut microbiome on beauty, the beauty industry has embraced the incorporation of probiotics in skincare products. Probiotic-infused creams and serums aim to support the skin’s natural microbiome, fostering a healthier and more resilient complexion.
This trend reflects a growing understanding of the holistic approach to skincare that encompasses both internal and external factors. I mean who doesn’t want to feel beautiful on the inside and reflect that outside too?
As our understanding of infusing ingredients to better our health and well-being deepens, the integration of gut-friendly practices into beauty and wellness routines is poised to become something we will be seeing so much more in 2024.
Drunk Elephant – Sweet biome fermented Sake spray retails @ £36 look fantastic, Space NK, Cult Beauty
Dr Sturm a much-loved brand that provides skincare formulated with molecular science.
A powder with skincare benefits as it is infused with probiotics and carefully considered ingredients.
This powerful and rich serum is packed full of PROTIDA™, a triple complex made up of Peptides, Bifida, and Probiotics to plump fine lines and wrinkles, reduce inflammation, minimise hyperpigmentation and stimulate your skin’s repair process, for instantly smooth skin.
Infused with a probiotic complex to hydrate and condition lips. Available net a porter, cult beauty, Space NK
Much loved by makeup artists for its light texture and brightening qualities.