AOBiome

Posted by: | July 13, 2014 | Comments

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AOBiome work from the hypothesis that the extensive use of soaps in modern hygiene has selectively depleted the natural balance of the skin microbiome particularly affecting a group of bacteria called Ammonia Oxidizing Bacteria (AOB), and that AOBs are essential for a healthy skin microbiome.
They have designed a live probiotic, a bacterial mist to spray on the skin in order to restore levels of AOB, and they engage in investigative collaborations related to dysbiosis in the skin microbiome and what it means to health.


From their website:
“AOBiome is dedicated to advancing the science of AOB on human health.
The human microbiome when subjected to modern hygienic routines selectively depletes potentially important Ammonia Oxidizing Bacteria (AOB).

Topical applications of patented and stabilized Ammonia Oxidizing Bacteria can restore the skin’s microbiome and potentially impact a wide variety of human health conditions.

We conduct primary research, collaborate with others on research and develop applications to positively impact skin conditions and reduce systemic inflammation.
We have both issued and filed global patents, have collaborations underway with a variety of institutions to advance the science supporting product development.and are actively growing body a of evidence to inform product deployment.”

Find out more at: https://www.aobiome.com/






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