In 2013 an extensive research project called the Human Microbiome Project showed that 50% of the cells in our bodies are bacteria. Scientists have come to understand that we have a unique, symbiotic relationship with these beneficial bacteria, as they help protect us from pathogens and boost our immune systems.
Amala's biochemists tap the power of highly concentrated, bio-fermented natural ingredients, which are rich in pre+pro+postbiotics and more readily absorbed by the body for maximum results.
Our cold pressed, whole plant extracts and essences optimize your skin’s ability to strengthen, repair, and protect itself, resulting in a healthy, naturally radiant complexion.
Our skin has its own living protective layer called the microbiome, which is a diverse community of billions of microflora. Just like fingerprints, no two skin microbiomes are the same. When the microbiome becomes damaged or unbalanced, skin may become hypersensitive, irritated or acne prone.
Amala’s biotic skincare is formulated to nurture and balance your skin’s unique microbiome. Bio-fermented ingredients are concentrated, bioavailable living nutrients that are rich in natural pre+pro+postbiotics.
A Balanced Microbiome
Probiotic, fermented skincare helps balance the skin’s microbiome by increasing good bacteria, which improves conditions like acne, dermatitis, and eczema, while increasing hydration and reducing inflammation.
Powerful Skincare Ingredients
The fermentation process produces peptides, lactic acid, and hyaluronic acid while also enhancing ceramide production and stimulates the production of natural antimicrobials to regulate bacterial levels.
Increased Bioactive Concentration
Studies show fermented skincare ingredients provide greater anti- aging benefits by amplifying the efficacy of skin beneficial ingredients.
Fermentation breaks down the molecules into smaller parts, making them more easily absorbed by the skin.This increases the potency and antioxidant potential of the ingredients while also helping to maintain the microbiome’s natural balance.
Extended Formula Shelf Life
Fermentation can extend product shelf life by producing antibacterial and anti-fungal byproducts. Lactic acid and acetic acid promote a low pH environment that inhibits pathogenic bacterial growth, reducing the need for preservatives.