Amino acid derivative for skin microbiome balance

Seiwa Kasei explains why its novel amino acid derivative Aminoflora contributes to a holistic approach in advancing overall skin wellbeing by comprehensively addressing skin, scalp, and hair health

In recent years, scientific research has shed light on a fascinating aspect of our skin’s ecosystem: the microbiome. The skin microbiome, a complex community of microorganisms residing on the skin’s surface, has proven to play a pivotal role in maintaining skin health.1,2 There are more than 1,000 species of microorganism on the skin, and the composition of the skin microbiome depends on individuals and it changes daily. Imbalances and reductions in the diversity of the skin’s resident microorganisms can lead to skin problems. 

This article aims to highlight the significance of a balanced microbiome for vibrant and youthful skin, and elucidates the role of a novel amino acid derivative, Aminoflora, in addressing the issues of microbiome balance and long-lasting moisturisation.

The skin is the largest organ of the body, acts as a physical barrier between the body and the outside, and the outermost part of the body that can come into direct contact with the environment.3,4

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