Our very busy, modern lives are having an effect on our skin. With the current situation we are all experiencing, now more than ever, it is important to take care of yourself. With being cooped up inside with lots of work, stress, less sleep, it is a lot for our skin to deal with on a day-to-day basis and can directly damage our first layer of defense: the microbiome—where both the good and the bad bacteria live on our skin.
A healthy microbiome plays a significant role in helping maintain a healthy skin. Basically in charge of protecting your skin from foreign invaders, the microbiome keeps skin supple and hydrated while preserving its ability to heal and regenerate.