Skin microbiome for a personalised beauty care

Skin microbiome for a personalised beauty care

02 April 2019, 09:50 - 10:20

Technical Seminars Theatre 3
Language:
English

Skin microbiota is extremely important to the skin health and it plays an essential role in skin protection against external infectious or toxic substances. Various factors, including the use of antibiotics, cosmetics, soaps, personal care products, and living conditions such as lifestyles and nutrition habits can influence the skin microbiome. It is important to maintain the SKIN MICROBIOTA EQUILIBRIUM to preserve the best physiology of the skin.

We have developed a robust strategy to provide a complete service for demonstrating the real efficacy of beauty products that claim for microbiome on their label.

Contributors

  • Veronica Poletti

    Speaker

    Specialist R&D Virology and Toxicology

    Mérieux NutriSciences

    After a degree in Molecular Biology at the University of Padua, she worked in the Cellular Biology Laboratory of the University thanks to a Telethon...

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