Skin is a complex organism populated by billions of microorganisms providing a unique environment for each host, collectively referred to as the skin micriobiota.
The skin microbiota, composed by the collection of microorganisms that live on our skin, is the result of an equilibrium between protective and pathogens species. It refers to the genomes of all these microbes including bacteria, fungi, protozoa, viruses, and mites living.
This balance may sometimes be affected by alterations known as dysbiosis caused by modifies of Skin Microbiota and associated with skin disorders.
This article aims to evaluate and propose different approaches to the prevention of skin microbiota dysbiosis.