image-microbiome.jpgThe cutaneous microbiome is both the ecosystem and the millions of micro-organisms that populate the surface of our skin. The richer he is, the more he is preserved. Its biodiversity is a sign of good health.

Traditionally called "skin flora", it helps our skin to carry out its main function: to serve as a protective physical barrier. When an imbalance occurs in this bacterial ecosystem, our skin becomes fragile and problems appear.

Today half of the world's population lives in cities, and ¾ of the French population. In parallel with this urban migration, doctors observe an explosion of inflammatory diseases such as allergies, eczema, atopic dermatitis or autoimmune diseases.

By moving away from nature, we have impoverished the bacterial populations that live on our skin and help us defend against diseases and external aggression. If we add to this the intensive use of antibacterial products, too powerful detergents, the repeated use of cosmetics and ordinary soaps at high pH and containing aggressive chemical agents, we weaken every day without wanting our cutaneous microbiome.

I's time to change our habits !By using natural cosmetics respectful of our microbiome, by changing our skincare routines, living closer to nature, we can find a harmonious symbiosis with all the microorganisms that surround us.