I have never been a fan of anti-bacterial products. Bacteria is GOOD and essential to the body’s regular function. The microbiome is defined by colonies of bacteria that reside in the body. And like a fingerprint, every person’s microbiome is unique as it is influenced by factors such as diet, age, gender, family history and environment. 

Many people understand that their skin can become dry, red, flaky or oily, when it is unbalanced, but what it means to have “balanced” skin is often misunderstood. A large part of this balance is what’s known as the microbiome of your skin, which refers to the unique groups of microorganisms that inhabit it. While the thought of anything living on your skin might seem like a bad thing, the reality is that your skin needs the right mix of microorganisms in order to maintain a healthy pH balance and ward off infection, inflammation and other unwanted skin problems. 

For this reason, one of the best things you can do to help protect your skin’s microbiome is to take a closer look at the cleanser that you’re currently using. It is important to wash your face regularly, as your skin is exposed to all sorts of pollutants throughout the day. Our Reviving Cleanser gently and effectively removes dirt, makeup and skin debris without stripping your skin of its natural oils and colonies of bacteria that it actually needs to function properly.
In fact:

1. All Restorsea products work to balance the skin’s Ph

2. Restorsea’s proprietary enzyme, Aquabeautine XL® can safely remove harmful bacteria through gentle exfoliation as it digests only the dead skin cells

3. Our patented formulations deliver essential nutrients to protect the skin

Please email me at pattipao@restorsea.com if you have any questions or comments. 

XOX,