It is widely understood in the industry that a person’s skin is constantly bombarded with an excess of harsh pollutants, chemicals, and free radicals, which, in turn, puts skin – the body’s first line of defense – in a state of exhausted, constant crisis. This leads to the question of how professionals can help clients’ skin heal from this chronic crisis-induced inflammation. After all, supporting the health of the skin microbiome should be a top priority, as it can be the reason for a client’s main skin concerns.
In fact, an imbalanced skin microbiome has been linked to many skin conditions, including, but not limited to inflammation, sensitive skin, acne, rosacea, eczema, dermatitis, allergies, dry skin, oily skin, fungal infections, skin ulcers, and accelerated skin aging. The solution to healthy, beautiful skin, however, is shockingly simple – support skin microbiome with topical live probiotics.
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Emily Stutzman began her career in makeup, where she thrived seeing people transform and light up with confidence when she handed them a mirror. After struggling to feel beautiful due to nearly a decade of dermatitis flare ups, Stutzman was fed up with fighting her skin and decided to do something about it. By attending aesthetician school, Stutzman armed herself with a deep understanding of skin science and the skin microbiome. Today, Stutzman is the in-house licensed aesthetician for LaFlore Live Probiotic Skincare, where she educates the beauty industry on the transformational power of incorporating live probiotics into skin regimens. Her life’s passion is to help others understand that skin care does not have to be complicated to be impactful and that everyone, no matter their age, skin type, or concern, deserves to feel confident in their own skin.