The bacteria that inhabit human skin are found to serve hundreds, if not thousands, of beneficial activities including help with
healing wounds, informing cell receptors to initiate cellular activities, and serving as a front-line immune system that provides
protection and immune modulation regarding the myriad of pathogens that seek entrance to the body. Skin Colonizer is an
innovative breakthrough in product formulation by presenting the body with truly viable cultures.
Probiotics for internal use have
dominated scientific research; but all
along there has been significant research
on probiotic species that support skin
health. The challenge of topical probiotics
is to keep them alive long enough to
get them to the consumer. The viability
challenge has been successfully met by
These species, in their oil base, remain
viable and thus can help re-introduce
beneficial species for overall skin health.
- Support normal skin microbiome
- Skin comfort regarding occasional rashes
- Skin comfort regarding occasional itches
- Occasional diaper rash comfort
- Comfort regarding exanthems
- Support normal gut-skin-brain microbial axis
- Support of skin micro biome species diversity
- • Lactobacillus rhamnosus - A species that helps keep
pathogenic Staphylococcus aureus in check. Research
regarding atopic dermatitis (eczema) holds optimism
that Lactobacillus rhamnosus is one of several species
that may positively impact the skin’s normal epithelial
barrier function. Also supports UV protection.
- Bifidobacterium infantis - A valuable species
often in short supply in adults’ G.I. tracts. Makes
nascent B vitamins, helps regulate intestinal terrain,
and helps digest milk products.
- Lactobacillus fermentum - The various ‘lactobacillus’
species are what gives the skin its radiant glow of
youthful health. The ‘fermentum’ species is one that
helps hold the virulent forms of streptococcus in
- Lactobacillus sakei - Good for the skin and for the
sinuses. Shown to help hold Escherichia coli and
Pseudomonas fragi in check.
- Bifidobacterium breve - Shown to help the skin
accommodate ultraviolet radiation. They ribosomallysynthesize
antimicrobial peptides called bacteriocins
that inhibit the growth of various pathogenic species.
- Lactobacillus paracasei - Science reports that this
species produces biosurfactants which can interrupt
pathogenic biofilm adherence to tissues.
- Bacillus licheniformis - A soil-based, gram-positive
probiotic species famous for producing beneficial
enzymes. Has detergent qualities and can help
‘digest’ dirt and grime. As a component of the oral
micro biome, it helps prevent teeth cavities.
- Staphylococcus epidermidis - Research has
demonstrated that this species, often called
“commensal” can help inhibit Propionibacterium
acnes which is a factor in acne vulgaris.
- Jojoba Oil - A rich source of whole spectrum Vitamin
E and B Complex.
- Borage Oil - A very rich source of essential GLA
(Gamma Linolenic Acid), with a long history of
supporting normal skin health.
- Hemp Oil - A source of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty
acids including GLA (Gamma Linolenic Acid), and has
an established reputation for supporting smooth skin.
- Kukui Oil - A natural moisturizer used by the Hawaiians for
hundreds of years, and is touted to support normal wound
healing. A rich source of antioxidants.
- Marula Oil - A source of Omega-6 and Omega-9 fatty
acids famous for nourishing the skin. Cited to help normal
preservation of transepidermal water migration—thus an
- Perilla Oil - Contains a special, essential fatty acid, n-3 linolenic
acid that plays a major role in regulating normal inflammation
processes in the skin. Also a source of the Omega-3 essential
fatty acid, alpha-linolenic acid (ALA).
- Grape Seed Oil - A favorite of Doc Wheelwright’s for
supporting skin health via its rich array of phyto-antioxidants and
whole Vitamin E Complex. Often used in hair products for its
effectiveness in nourishing hair and may assist in blocking the
unwanted effects of DHT—a hormone that causes hair loss.
- Sea Buckthorn Oil - Contains 190 nutrients including the rare
Omega-7 fatty acid. A terrific cleanser and exfoliator of dead
skin cells. Cited to help normal healing processes regarding
sunburn and wounds.
- Coconut Oil - A source of medium chain triglycerides - a type of saturated fat that supports skin tone.
Count: 1 fl. oz.
Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.