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Is It Time You Jumped on the Fermented Skin Care Trend? Hint: the Answer is YES!

Wondering If the Fermented Skin Care Trend is for You?

If you are yet to hear about, let alone even try fermented skin care, listen up! This could be the very moment you start to kiss your skin-care woes goodbye! We’re going to take you through what fermented skin care is, why it’s a game-changer for skin of all types, and why we are loving ‘The Potion’ by Muse By Gaia.

What is Fermented Skin Care?

Whilst some of us have only recently learned about fermented skincare, Japanese women have been reaping its benefits for centuries. Giving a whole new meaning to the expression ‘feed your face,’ fermented skin care products incorporate natural ingredients that have been fermented, such as rice, mushrooms, and ginseng root. These fermented ingredients contain prebiotics and postbiotics and are a great way to balance our skin’s delicate microbiome.

As Crystal Vokac, the founder of Muse By Gaia explains, “My favourite fermented ingredient for skin care is still rice. Fermenting rice yields peptides, antioxidants and amino acids which are incredible for our skin and our hair, helping to soothe, even out skin tone and helps to firm the skin and smooth fine lines and wrinkles.”

The Benefits of Fermented Rice Water in Skin Care

Rich in pre and postbiotics, including a bacterial compound called inulin, this milky concentrate is proven to support skin’s natural microbiome and lipid matrix, balance sebum, reduce acne, soothe redness and inflammation, fade scarring, and provide antioxidant protection from violet radiation. No wonder Western beauty brands are beginning to harness the potent benefits of this potent Asian wonder!

Why We Love ‘The Potion,’ by Muse By Gaia

This lightweight serum that also doubles as a moisturiser and has a fresh cucumber scent, is a great way to reap the benefits of fermented skin care without spending a fortune on multiple products. Designed to support your skins natural microbiome, The Potion contains biocompatible compounds, ferments, and phytochemicals, to address fine lines, wrinkles, acne, dryness, texture and pigmentation.

Thanks to skin care powerhouse Tranexamic Acid, a derivative of the amino acid, Lysine, The Potion also aids in skin hydration, wound healing, and collagen production. Working as a natural brightening agent, this ingredient also inhibits melanocytes cells from retaining pigment and discolouring skin.

If environmental change and preservation is important to you, you’ll also be impressed to know that this Queensland based brand manufactures its entire range using 100% renewable energy and procures all ingredients from local and sustainably aligned suppliers. To minimise waste and ensure the product is fresh, The Potion is made in small batches and is fragrance and essential oil free and is not tested on animals. Proudly Australian made and owned, Muse By Gaia also offers repeat customers a reuse and refill option.

In a word, it’s incredible! But don’t take our word for it. Head over to the Muse By Gaia website and  add this multitasking milky wonder to your cart! Consider this your sign to jump on board the fermented skin care trend. You can thank us later!

Disclosure:  I was gifted this product for the purpose of providing an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. 

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Jolene

Jolene

Jolene enjoys writing, sharing and connecting with other like-minded women online – it also gives her the perfect excuse to ignore Mount-Washmore until it threatens to bury her family in an avalanche of Skylander T-shirts and Frozen Pyjama pants. (No one ever knows where the matching top is!) Likes: Reading, cooking, sketching, dancing (preferably with a Sav Blanc in one hand), social media, and sitting down on a toilet seat that one of her children hasn’t dripped, splashed or sprayed on. Dislikes: Writing pretentious crap about herself in online bio’s and refereeing arguments amongst her offspring.

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