Biofermentation of Ingredients

Biofermentation of Ingredients

We obtain active extracts through biofermentation, which makes our ingredients even more effective. 


Fermentation is a biochemical processing of raw materials under the influence of bacteria and their enzymes!

The fermentation process breaks down the molecules of the ingredients into smaller fragments and increases the concentration of nutrients. 


It does not undergo high treatments during manufacture-this pressure vitamins and antioxidants as much as possible. 

The pH of such cosmetics is lower- that is, it is shifted to be more acidic allowing for beneficial effect on the normal microflora of the skin. 

In such cosmetics, there are fewer chemical preservatives - since enzymes partially take on a role of the preservatives. 

Fermented cosmeceuticals penetrate deeper layers of the skin due to their small molecular size. 


" An age-old process used in many countries around the world, particularly in Asia, biological fermentation describes the transformation that certain organic materials undergo under the action of enzymes secreted by micro-organisms. In other words, these microorganisms — which can be enzymes, bacteria or yeasts — induce the decomposition of basic materials or ingredients to transform them into components that may be much more powerful. As with prebiotics, the objective is to multiply the “good” bacteria at the expense of “bad” ones in order to ramp up the power of each active ingredient and boost its benefits for the skin.


Fermentation has long been practiced for the processing of a large variety of foods. And the process is essentially the same for fermented beauty. According to the supporters of the technique, not only does fermentation act as an active ingredient booster, but it also makes for a higher concentration of nutrients and antioxidants — goodbye signs of aging — while optimizing the penetration of active ingredients into the skin.


Furthermore, the natural substances developed during the fermentation process supposedly extend the shelf life of these formulations."

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