There’s the bad kind of bacteria we stay away from and the good kind that resides in our bodies and are good for health. Ng Yi-Di finds out why having the latter on your face matters.
By now, we’re all aware of how our gut microbiome affects our overall health. But did you know that your skin has a microbiome of its own? With skincare brands like Murad putting out skincare targeted to to treat the skin’s microbiome, there hasn’t been a better time to get educated about what it is. Katy Bacon, Murad’s ASIA PAC Sales and Education Manager, taught us everything we needed to know about our skin’s microbiome, why it’s key to a radiant and healthy complexion, and how we can take care of it with the help of prebiotic skincare.
FEMALE: Can you tell us about the skin’s microbiome? What is it and why is it so important?
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