IsaDora takes the lead with microbiome-friendly makeup

Probiotics, once popular in food, now lead in skincare trends. As consumer awareness rises, so does the interest in probiotics and prebiotics for skin health. IsaDora stands out with prebiotic makeup, introducing the CC+ Cream and the upcoming Wake Up The Glow Fluid Serum Foundation, aiming to enhance the skin's natural balance

What is probiotic skincare and cosmetics - and why is it so good?   

Probiotic skincare is simply about adding good bacteria to the skin. Probiotic skin care can help the skin to:   

  • Retain moisture
  • Feel less tight, sensitive, or reactive
  • Be more flexible, supple, and soft  
  • Radiate more glow


What is the microbiome and why is it important for the skin?   

The skin's microbiome acts as the skin's own immune system and consists of millions of tiny organisms, including bacteria, viruses, and fungi. A balanced microbiome acts as a protective shield that helps the skin resist bad bacteria. A person's microbiome is unique from their genetic heritage and factors such as environment and lifestyle can influence or disrupt it. The microorganisms living on human skin are linked to skin health and when the balance is disrupted, it can lead to skin problems such as dryness, redness, acne, or eczema.     

What is the difference between prebiotics and probiotics?   

Prebiotics nourish the probiotics that feed and promote the 'good' bacteria already present on the skin. Prebiotics strengthen the skin's microbiome by increasing good bacteria. Through the growth of beneficial microbes on the skin's surface, skin health and protection against harmful substances can be strengthened.   

Probiotics are live microorganisms, usually different types of bacteria or yeast, that contribute to a healthy gut or skin flora. Probiotics help restore the balance in the skin and keep bad bacteria away.   

What do prebiotics in skincare and cosmetics do for the skin?   

Prebiotics help to support and strengthen the skin's natural balance. By feeding the good bacteria, the skin becomes more supple and moisturized, contributing to a healthy complexion.   

For which skin types are products with prebiotics suitable?    

Cosmetics and skincare with prebiotics are suitable for all skin types, but are especially helpful for sensitive skin that may feel tight, red or itchy.    

By using prebiotics and probiotics in cosmetics, IsaDora can further strengthen their promise to offer effective and easy-to-use products that are gentle and good for skin. The launch of CC+ Cream leads the way of microbiome-friendly makeup and helps to simplify consumers beauty routines.