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New Beauty: LaFlore Probiotic Skincare

It’s a well-known fact that probiotics are good for your body, in particular your digestive health.  But, they are also great for your skin. They help restore balance in your skin, protect against harmful bacteria and environmental irritants (e.g., pollution, cosmetics).  LaFlore Skincare is launching a new all-natural, plant-based with patent-pending probiotic technology that promotes cell renewal and skin hydration. LaFlore is one of the first skincare brands to incorporate live 100% stable probiotics into its products, while still keeping the products green.

The line includes three products:

  • LaFlore Probiotic Cleanser – ($40) –made with pineapple extract, beet extract and Perilla seed oil, this cleanser can be used as a daily cleanser, mask or exfoliant.
  • LaFlore Serum Concentrate – ($145) –  aloe, organic oils and beta carotene are combined with LaFlore’s proprietary probiotic technology to deliver a serum that increases cell production, stimulates skin protein production and accelerates skin barrier recovery.
  • LaFlore Probiotic Daily Defense Moisturizer – ($95) – combines aloe, vitamin D3, anti-antioxidants and hyaluronic acid to strengthen the skin’s flora, increase cellular metabolism and enhance collagen synthesis for a stronger skin barrier.

The brand will be donating a portion from each product sold to organizations and charities that empower women.

LaFlore will be available starting on September 16 at


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