Fermented Ingredients Are Good For Your Skin

107 secrets fermented ingredients are good for your skin

Fermentation can be largely misunderstood when it comes to skincare products. Although many people associate fermentation with consumables such as wine and yeast found in bread, using fermented ingredients in skincare products can be largely beneficial as well. This is due to several changes that occur to chemical compounds during the process. In this article, we share with you exactly why fermented ingredients are good for your skin.

Understanding Fermentation

To understand the benefits that fermented ingredients can bring, we first have to understand the process of fermentation. Fermentation alters the makeup of natural compounds by breaking them down. The most common example is yeast, which is used in making bread. In fact, many fermented ingredients are already used in skincare products, such as lactic acid, which comes from fermented milk. Through the process of fermenting plant-based ingredients and whole foods, many different postbiotics that are rich in skin-friendly vitamins and acids are produced.

107 secrets fermented ingredients are good for your skin

Benefits of Fermented Ingredients in Skincare Products

Did you know that the process of fermentation makes ingredients more potent? The enzymes secreted in the process means that your money actually goes further when you purchase skincare products that contain fermented ingredients. With more powerful ingredients, you can expect it to have a stronger effect on your skin. Another benefit of fermented ingredients is that they are more easily absorbed by your skin. As the ingredients are broken down into smaller molecules during the process, this increases their bioavailability.

In addition, the presence of fermented ingredients can work as a natural preservative in skincare. Some products of fermentation, such as lactic acid and vinegar, are created in a low pH environment. This helps to prevent the growth of pathogenic bacteria, which results in a serum or cream going off. However, we suggest that you always check the expiration date and follow the recommended use by date.

Are Fermented Ingredients Suitable for Use on  Sensitive Skin?

If you have sensitive skin, you may have struggled to find skincare products that do not irritate your skin. The good news is that fermented ingredients are suitable for use on sensitive skin and comes with lots of benefits besides. This is due to their non-inflammatory properties having a soothing effect on skin.

Shop at 107 for Fermented Skincare Products 

If you are looking for skincare products that will not irritate your skin, look no further than 107. Our exclusive handmade vinegar is fermented and aged for seven years, then purified through a proprietary process to maximize effectiveness in skincare formulations. It contains a potent complex of vitamins and postbiotics (including 17 different amino acids, acetic acid, lactic acid and malic acid) that helps to exfoliate skin and provide antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory protection. Learn more about Our Core Ingredient.

107 North America is located in New York and offers shipping nationwide. If you are interested to purchase our products but are based outside the United States, please drop an email to intlship@107beauty.com for international shipping to be arranged from Korea. For general and sales inquiries, please feel free to contact us at hello@107beauty.com.


Disclaimer: The content in this blog is provided for general informational purposes only. Such information and opinions do not and are not intended to convey medical advice. 107 makes no representation, warranties or guarantees, whether express or implied, that the content in this blog is accurate, complete or up to date. Product experience may vary and you should always consult with a physician or other medical professional for any health and medical advice.

This blog may contain copyrighted material the use of which has not always been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. However, the use of materials on this blog constitutes a fair use of any such copyrighted material. In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. Section 107, the material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed a prior interest in receiving the included information for research and educational purposes. If you wish to use any copyrighted material from this site for purposes of your own that go beyond "fair use", you must obtain expressed permission from the copyright owner. If you are the owner of any copyrighted material and believe the use of any such material does not constitute "fair use", please contact us, so we can make proper corrections, and ultimately, take it off the post, if proven necessary. 107 North America, Inc., and its affiliates have no affiliation whatsoever with the originator of this blog, nor are we endorsed or sponsored by the originator.