Contains probiotic spores of the following strains: Bacillus clausii, Bacillus subtilis, Bacillus coagulans.


  • Soothes acne and instantly reduces facial irritation
  • Eliminates harmful bacteria, enhances beneficial bacteria on the skin, thereby, balancing the skin microflora and making the skin brighter and healthier
  • Effective treatment for pimple, acne, inflammatory acne and pustule
  • Increases antibodies to regenerate damaged skin, prevents the formation of acne-caused scars and recurrence of acne

Associated publications

Savitskaya IS, Shokatayeva DH, Kistaubayeva AS, Ignatova LV, Digel IE.

Antimicrobial and wound healing properties of a bacterial cellulose based material containing B. subtilis cells.

Heliyon. 2019;5(10):e02592.                                   

Yan L, Liu G, Zhao B, Pang B, Wu W, Ai C, et al.

Novel Biomedical Functions of Surfactin A from Bacillus subtilis in Wound Healing Promotion and Scar Inhibition.

J Agric Food Chem. 2020;68(26):6987-97.

Shahsafi M.                                                                                                                        

The Effects of Bacillus subtilis Probiotic on Cutaneous Wound Healing in Rats.

Novelty in Biomedicine. 2017;5(1):43-7.                                                                            

Fijan S, Frauwallner A, Langerholc T, Krebs B, ter Haar JA, Heschl A, et al.

Efficacy of Using Probiotics with Antagonistic Activity against Pathogens of Wound Infections: An Integrative Review of Literature.

BioMed Research International. 2019;2019:7585486. 

Yan L, Liu G, Wang X, Jiang C, Shao D, Shi J, editors.

Identification and characterization of lipopeptides as a potential wound healing agent produced by Bacillus subtilis.

BIBE 2019; The Third International Conference on Biological Information and Biomedical Engineering; 2019 20-22 June 2019.

Ripert G, Racedo SM, Elie AM, Jacquot C, Bressollier P, Urdaci MC.

Secreted Compounds of the Probiotic Bacillus clausii Strain O/C Inhibit the Cytotoxic Effects Induced by Clostridium difficile and Bacillus cereus Toxins.

Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 2016;60(6):3445-54.                                                          

Giri SS, Ryu E, Park SC.

Characterization of the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of a polysaccharide-based bioflocculant from Bacillus subtilis F9.

Microb Pathog. 2019;136:103642.

Paynich ML, Jones-Burrage SE, Knight KL.

Exopolysaccharide from Bacillus subtilis Induces Anti-Inflammatory M2 Macrophages That Prevent T Cell-Mediated Disease.

J Immunol. 2017;198(7):2689-98.

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