Growing interest is ever more evident in the research of conscientious cosmetic formulas able to prove a minor impact on the Planet
Focus on post-biotics with dermomimetic and dermobiotic targets; a new approach establishes a renewed conception that aims to take care of the skin, treated as an ecosystem of dynamic balances to be preserved.
An antioxidant-rich diet is strongly recommended in the context of a healthy lifestyle to prevent chronic disease and promote longevity. In particular, scientiﬁc evidences from experimental and epidemiological studies and clinical trials support the beneﬁcial role of dietary polyphenols, mainly for the prevention of cardiovascular diseases.
Since consumers become more educated and transform their approach to digestive health into a more proactive one, it becomes crucial for the supplements industry to readapt and appropriately respond adequately to consumers’ wishes to ride the way.
The skin is a constantly evolving organ that adapts to external and internal factors. In addition to having mechanical protection against internal and external factors, the skin has developed a biochemical barrier called microbiota that acts as an invisible armor against pathogenic aggressions.
The growing demand for eco-sustainable products and processes has influenced the cosmetics industry. In fact, the beauty industry has renewed its sensitivity by rediscovering the specific use of natural ingredients and placing certain R&D determinants such as ecology, sustainability, and biodegradability at the centre of its policy.
Healthy lifestyle habits inside and outside the home are becoming the “new” normal way of living, thus leading to get a look towards a more holistic approach to wellness.
Microbiota seems to play a key role in metabolic syndrome since a dysbiotic status can compromise some cardio-metabolic receptors increasing the incidence of cardiovascular disease risks.
The existence of the gut-brain axis understood as the bidirectional communication between the two organs mainly mediated by the intestinal microbiota is known. and a balance status of the intestinal microbiota is fundamental for a correct dialogue between these two organs.
Manipulation of the intestinal microbiota could be a promising weapon for the prevention and management of metabolic diseases and, for this reason, nutritional strategies aimed at restoring eubiosis must be approached from a global perspective