What’s the difference between good bacteria and bad?
Even though you have both good bacteria and bad on your skin, there’s always a balance that should be maintained. The good bacteria on skin will stop the bad bacteria from taking hold and causing damage. The bad bacteria can cause inflammation and can, in some cases, even delay the healing of your skin if you have an existing skin condition such as Atopic Dermatitis. People who have certain skin conditions have more bad bacteria on their skin and also don't have an optimum variety. This is why microbiome skincare is so important.
How to increase good bacteria on skin?
Sanex has made it really easy to increase the good bacteria on your skin. They’ve created a range of products called Sanex BiomeProtect Dermo. The range has been designed with a Proprietary Prebiotic and Postbiotic complex that supports the good bacteria on your skin and targets the bad. It also enhances your skin’s natural barrier and hydration. If you have very sensitive skin, you may want to try Sanex BiomeProtect Dermo Hypoallergenic Shower Gel which strengthens your skin’s barrier and minimises the risk of irritation. Sanex BiomeProtect Moisturising Shower Gel also strengthens your skin’s barrier and locks in natural moisture to keep it soft and healthy.