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
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Secreted Compounds of the Probiotic Bacillus clausii Strain O/C Inhibit the Cytotoxic Effects Induced by Clostridium difficile and Bacillus cereus Toxins.
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Characterization of the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of a polysaccharide-based bioflocculant from Bacillus subtilis F9.
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Exopolysaccharide from Bacillus subtilis Induces Anti-Inflammatory M2 Macrophages That Prevent T Cell-Mediated Disease.
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