Derma Serum by Alimentum Labs

Derma Serum by Alimentum Labs

Skin Biome and Skin Cell Restoring Serum 

Topical living prebiotic and probiotic serum promotes a balanced skin microbiome with rejuvenating oils for youthful, glowing skin and healthy cells. Order your Derma Serum today and radiate with beautiful, naturally healthy skin! 

How Derma Serum Works for Naturally Glowing Skin

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.

The microbiome of the skin is directly related to health conditions. Good bacteria have beneficial effects on the skin, while an excess of bad bacteria can lead to a state called dysbiosis. Dysbiotic skin, where bad bacteria take over, can create an unstable environment for the skin. This is more common now due to our overly sterile environments and constant exposure to environmental impurities and toxins. This dysbiotic environment is directly linked to various health conditions such as acne, rosacea, psoriasis, dry skin, and more. Good bacteria help regulate skin health. Good bacteria, like the ones found in Derma Serum, can support dry skin, reduce the appearance of wrinkles and signs of aging, address inflammatory complications, autoimmune concerns, aid in wound repair, tackle blemishes, and more.(2) Additionally, a healthy skin microbiome can help combat bacterial, yeast, and viral skin conditions, while also reducing intermittent inflammation caused by allergies or sensitive skin.

This symbiotic blend features a rich assortment of beneficial oils and skin-focused nutrients, including the rare Omega-7 fatty acid and ceramides. Together, these components provide several advantages for the skin, such as moisturization, anti-aging effects, protection, inflammation control, and wound support. Notably, Derma Serum also incorporates a protein that aids the skin in producing a compound known as β- defensin, a potent peptide responsible for safeguarding the skin. (3) With all the benefits of an entire cosmetic superstore in one bottle, Derma Serum fits directly into any protocol for skin related needs or anyone wanting vibrantly healthy skin.

What Makes Derma Serum Topical Probiotic Unique

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 with topical probiotics is to keep them alive long enough to get them to the consumer. The research team at Alimentum Labs under the guidance of multiple microbiology labs has successfully addressed this challenge. These probiotic species, when incorporated into this oil-based formula, remain viable. As a result, they can help reintroduce beneficial species to the skin, correcting the skin's microbiome and promoting overall  skin health. 

Exclusive Probiotics Spotlight

These unique powerful strains of probiotics are only available exclusively through Alimentum Labs. These topical bacteria each are powerful ingredients in regulating the state of the skin through multiple mechanisms.

  • Staphylococcus epidermidis MS19: Staphylococcus epidermidis, a resident of the skin microbiome, is unique for its ability to coexist with the human host and maintain skin health. It competes with harmful microorganisms, forms protective biofilms, and metabolizes sebum to help prevent skin infections. While important, it is part of a diverse skin microbiome where a balance of different microorganisms is crucial for overall skin health and immune response.
  • Roseomonas mucosa MS18: Roseomonas mucosa MS18v has specialized adaptations that allow it to thrive on the skin's surface, making it well-suited to the skin's specific microenvironment. This adaptability sets it apart from other microbes that may not be as well-suited to the skin's conditions. It plays an active role in the complex interactions within the skin microbiome, contributing to the overall balance of the microbial community. Furthermore, its involvement in regulating inflammation and safeguarding against potential pathogens underscores its significance in supporting skin health, setting it apart from microbes lacking similar roles in skin well-being.
  • Staphylococcus xylosus MS20: a very important part of our normal flora, S. xylosus helps maintain a healthy diversity on our skin. Skin bacteria such as Rothia nasimurium, S. aureus, S. lentus, and S. xylosus are also able to increase skin IL-17A+ T cells.

Key Benefits of Derma Serum

  • 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

Who Should Use Derma Serum

  • Dry Skin
  • Skin blemishes
  • Puffiness and Redness
  • Cuts and Bruises
  • Inflammatory conditions
  • Autoimmune conditions
  • Scalp and Hair concerns
  • Hydration
  • Wrinkles and anti-aging
  • Sun protection

Ingredients that Work

Lactobacillus salivarius LS-01: Studies show L. salivarius is associated with a significant improvement of clinical Atopic Dermatitis. Modulating Th1/Th2 cytokine profiles is considered an important therapy in the treatment of adult or Childhood Atopic Dermatitis.

Bifidobacterium infantis: A valuable species often in short supply in adults’ G.I. tracts and skin. Produces B vitamins, helps regulate intestinal terrain, and helps digest milk products while regulating skin inflammation. Topically this strain of bacteria can support conditions like Psoriasis, dermatitis, acne and others. (1)

Roseomonas mucosa MS18: Early clinical studies suggest that topical application of commensal organisms (i.e. Staphylococcus hominis or Roseomonas mucosa) reduces atopic dermatitis severity, which supports an important role for commensals in decreasing S. aureus bacterial colonization in patients that can increase infections and skin complications.

Lactobacillus paracasei: Science reports that this species produces biosurfactants which can interrupt pathogenic biofilm adherence to tissues.

Bacillus licheniformis MS12: 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 microbiome, it helps prevent teeth-cavities.

Staphylococcus xylosus MS20: Another important part of our normal flora, S. xylosus helps maintain a healthy diversity on our skin. Skin bacteria such as Rothia nasimurium, S. aureus, S. lentus, and S. xylosus are also able to increase skin IL-17A+ T cells.

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)

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.

Ceramides: The main lipid classes present in the skin matrix. Topical ceramides restore the altered skin barrier which is important in eczema,dermatitis, lesions, and related complications.

Topical Isoleucine: Stimulates skin production of AMP, plus potentiates the functional activities of β-defensin.

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 excellent moisturizer.

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: Supports 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 unique 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 (Tree Nut): A source of medium chain triglycerides - a type of saturated
fat that supports skin tone.

Count: 1 fl. oz.

Suggested Use: Shake well before use and apply 1 to 2 times per day, or as directed.

Warnings/Contraindications:  Talk to your practitioner first if you are pregnant, undergoing renal failure, organ transplants, or are diabetic taking insulin.

Safety: All ingredients are tested before use for, microbes, heavy metals/contaminants, and assurance of correct genus/species/purity.

Contains: No Gluten, No Dairy, No Egg, No Sugar, Non-GMO

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