Over the past several years, Probiotic Action has received requests for an all-natural probiotic facial cleanser.

Well, we have good news. After two years of research, it’s finally here. We’re introducing our Probiotic Herbal Cleanser.

Our Herbal Cleanser was designed to rebalance the skin bacteria and gently pull excess dirt and debris from pores to safely clean and nourish the skin.

Daily use of our probiotic cleanser helps maintain a strong immune system in the skin by cultivating a healthy microbiome. Here’s why we’re so excited about our new Herbal Cleanser:

A gentle cleansing gel for all skin types

Great skincare starts with great ingredients.

Our Herbal Cleanser is all natural, containing stable and recognizable ingredients that help condition the skin and re-introduce beneficial bacteria to irritated tissue.

Here’s what’s inside Probiotic Action’s 100% chemical-free Herbal Cleanser and why it works:

  1. Bacillus bacteria 

    Probiotic Action products contain Bacillus subtilis, an organism we like to refer to as “The Good Bacteria.”  Bacillus subtilis is found naturally in soil and on vegetation. It’s also present in the human intestinal tract as well as on the skin. Probiotic Action’s Herbal Cleanser contains Bacillus spores that activate when they come in contact with water. The Bacillus bacteria works by out-competing the primary bacteria that becomes imbalanced with skin conditions like acne and rosacea. With acne, the primary bacterial culprit is Propionibacterium acnes. Bacillus competes with P. acnes by taking its food source. Research also suggests that Bacillus subtilis competes with some strains of harmful bacteria by secreting chemical compounds that prevent other bacteria from flourishing.

     
    1. Sunflower oil

      Sunflower oil contains high levels of linoleic acid, which is an essential fatty acid with antimicrobial properties, priming the skin for probiotic application. Laboratory tests have found that sunflower oil contains up to  72 percent of the compound. Sunflower oil is also high in vitamin E, with one tbsp containing about 1.8 mg of the vitamin. Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant that protects skin from environmental damage.

 

  1. Coconut oil

    Coconut oil contains lauric acid, which is a natural antimicrobial. In fact, research has shown that lauric acid reduces bacteria on the skin 15 times better than the chemical benzoyl peroxide, a common addition to treatments for acne and rosacea. Coconut oil contains around 45 percent of lauric acid, making it one of the best dietary sources. This fat is an excellent carrier oil for the rosemary extract Probiotic Action’s Herbal Cleanser contains, delivering fat-soluble nutrients deep into the skin.

  2. Rosemary extract

    Rosemary essential oil is extremely beneficial for the skin and hair. Interestingly, it’s signature scent is what makes the extract so helpful. Rosemary contains a variety of different terpenes, which are aroma molecules that give the plant its fragrance. One of the most dominant terpenes is ɑ-pinene, which is also found in pine needles. This terpene has been shown to reduce oil build-up in the skin.
    It does this by reducing the size of the glands that are over-producing the oil. Rosemary extract also has antimicrobial properties, preparing the skin for the application of beneficial probiotics.

    How to save money on Probiotic Action

    Wondering if our Herbal Cleanser is right for you? The only way to find out is to give it a try. For a limited time only, Probiotic Action’s Herbal Cleanser is available for $5.85 on Amazon

    Our Herbal Skin Cleanser is vegan, all natural, and completely chemical and fragrance free. A soothing gel, this cleanser is safe for all skin types and delivers a powerful topical probiotic with each wash. Have you already tried it?

    We’d love a review! We encourage you to leave a review on Amazon and let us know how the product worked for you.

    Most customers will see the first signs of improvement after one week of continuous use.