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When it comes to living a long healthy life, there are simple compromises to be made.

A balanced microbiome is crucial to our skin health.

When you look good, you feel good. A healthy skin barrier protects you from foreign invaders, it helps prevent water evaporation to keep skin supple and hydrated. When the skin's protective barrier is compromised and the microbiome becomes unbalanced, it can make skin vulnerable to a variety of issues.

The skin is the body's largest organ — is home to millions of fungi, bacteria and viruses that make up the microbiota or microbiome. Similar to your gut microbiome, the skin microbiome is in charge of keeping you healthy and safe.

You've probably already heard about the gut microbiome, but did you know that it influences the skin microbiome? Eating healthy, fiber-rich foods — ones that build good gut bacteria through fermentation — can boost the skin's ability to fight off bad bacteria and retain moisture.

How do you know your skin's microbiome is not healthy?

if you have some skin issues that you think could be solved with a stronger safeguard against pathogens, consider changing up your diet. To start, encourage microbial diversity by promoting healthy gut bacteria and eating healthy foods. Focus on foods that contain natural prebiotic (like oats, onions, leeks, garlic, soy milk and legumes) to stimulate beneficial skin bacteria. Green leaf veggies provide abundant amount of vitamins and minerals to benefits skin quality.

A Whole Plant Base Lifestyle will benefit your entire body in so many ways, including your skin, giving your complexion the resources it needs to protect it from harmful pathogens, keeping it healthy and feeling great. Unaltered vitamins and minerals from organic fruits and vegetables offer a clean and effective solution to restore and maintain a youthful complexion.

Skin Care products with clean high performance natural ingredients infuse the skin with Vitamins, Minerals and unique Extracts aimed to deliver results to an array of correlated skin functions and needs.


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