What is the Skin’s Microbiome?
The skin’s microbiome (much like that of your gut) is the community of all microorganisms, which encompasses all bacteria, viruses, yeast and skin flora. The microbiome environment can easily be influenced by temperature, hormones, UV exposure and even skin care. This ecosystem can help keep bad bacteria away, prevents various skin disorders, and ultimately makes the skin feel healthy and look more radiant.
Defining the 3-Biotics
What's the Difference Between Pre, Pro & Postbiotics?
"Feeds" healthy bacteria to flourish and diversify on the skin
Live bacteria that are beneficial to the body's health — topically and internally
By-product of bacteria to support and maintain the health of skin's microbiome
Dermatologist's Weigh In
“I-Modulia, is extracted from an ancient microflora that can be found only in the Avène Thermal Spring in France. It decreases the bad bacteria, S. aureus, on the skin and restores healthy, natural balance in the microbiome.”
“Just like your gut, the skin is home to microbes that are essential to skin health. This ecosystem can help keep bad bacteria away, prevents various skin disorders, and ultimately makes the skin feel healthy and look more radiant.”
“Our microbiome is important in maintaining moisture, pH, and overall skin health. Eau Thermale Avène products are optimal for keeping this dermatologic ecosystem intact”
Microbiome And Avène
Continuous Research and Innovation
Avène researchers have isolated these bacteria, which can only be found in Avène Thermal Spring Water, to develop a unique postbiotic ingredient that respects the skin's microbiome and supports the overall health of the skin.
A Healthy Microbiome Starts with Postbiotics
Discover our ground-breaking innovations, derived exclusively from Avène's Thermal Spring Water, with ultra-soothing benefits.
helps promote a healthy microbiome to ensure optimal skin recovery.
restores and rebalances the skin microbiome to immediately calm all sensations of skin discomfort.
calms itching while supporting skin's defense system.