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Saccharomyces Lysate

Saccharomyces Lysate

Saccharomyces Lysate, commonly known as brewers yeast, blended with postbiotic amino acids penetrates deep within skin to revive and promote youthful radiance.

Natural Science

Postbiotics is a newer term in the skin microflora space and vary in type and function. They can be proteins, peptides, fatty acids, amino acids, vitamins, organic acids or a number of other byproducts that work in concert with prebiotics and probiotics to maintain equilibrium with the skin’s microbiome and acid mantle.


Postbiotics, particularly our blend of saccharomyces lysate and amino acids, can help provide dullness relief and give the skin a vibrant rosy glow from the penetration of amino acids deep within mitochondria, to boost oxygen uptake and cellular metabolism.

How Its Used 

Our sophisticated mixture of concentrated saccharomyces bioactives and powerful amino acids contribute to microbiome harmony, erases dullness and reveal recharged looking skin. Saccharomyces lysate blended with key amino acids is used as our postbiotic in our bio ferment blend and can be found in every nuebiome™ formulation. Find it in Amaretto and Biotic Hand RemedyThe Biotic Glow™ Ferment Essence and (Glyco-Biotic)™ Ultra-Synbiotic Facial to name a few of our favorites.


Scientific data suggest that postbiotics possess different properties from prebiotics and probiotics. Some of these benefits include antimicrobial, antioxidant, and immune modulating activity, all of which can have a positive influence on various skin types.


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