Clear, radiant skin starts with a healthy gut and microbiome.

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Pre, pro and postbiotics have been shown in clinical trials to have many direct and indirect effects on the skin including improved hydration, texture and skin barrier function. The gut-loving nutritional and herbal actives also work to improve microbiome balance, digestive health, immune system health and nutrient absorption.

  • Trust your gut.

Our gut and our skin are in constant communication in a relationship known as the gut-skin axis.

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To keep our body working in harmony messages are sent in response to external stimulus between our gut, our microbiome, and our skin to help regulate our immune, nervous and endocrine systems.

  • The healthy gut and microbiome.

The gut and microbiome support the healthy functioning of every other cell in our body – including in our skin.

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The microbiome (that is, the 100 trillion organisms living on our skin and in our gut) is comprised of many species of microorganisms – mainly bacteria, some ‘good’ and some ‘bad’.

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When we are healthy, our microbiome lives together in harmony and balance to support our overall health and wellbeing. 

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  • The unhealthy gut and dysbiosis.

Lifestyle factors such as a poor diet, lack of sleep, chronic stress, drugs, alcohol and some medications can disrupt the delicate balance of the microbiome.

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This imbalance, or ‘dysbiosis’, can lead to poor digestion, inflammation, oxidative stress, poor nutrient absorption and toxin build-up.

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Poor gut health on the inside reveals itself as poor skin health on the outside.

This can lead to:

Skin sensitivity and inflammatory skin conditions
Acne, blemishes and breakouts
Premature skin ageing and breakdown of collagen and elastin
Skin barrier breakdown and skin dehydration
Poor wound healing and post inflammatory pigmentation