History of NuVsio’s Science & Insights
Dr. Brei’s doctoral studies at the prestigious University of Toronto’s Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry department encompassed both water and microbiome research. With this robust research insight and deep perspective into the microbial world, Dr. Brei established a uniquely powerful foundation for her skincare research. Today, Dr. Brei lives in Toronto Canada with her husband and two children.
NuVsio Minerals Support a Healthy Skin Microbiome by providing a ‘Second Skin’ protective layer against Environmental stressors, toxins and pollution.
Wishing you a happy, healthy microbiome, and glowing skin,
Dr. Elena Brei, PhD
NuVsio Founder, Researcher and Glowing Skin Ambassador
IMPORTANCE OF THE SKIN MICROBIOME
What is it & why we should nurture it
The Skin Microbiome is a diverse self-sustaining ecosystem of millions of microorganisms. These microorganisms play a critical role in the health of our skin, which translates into the way our skin looks, feels and behaves. These symbiotic microorganisms protect us against many skin conditions, diseases, and can even fight against some skin cancers. The microbiome releases skin healthy chemistries that help protect the skin as well as the microbiome, like a miniature health engine it protects both itself and us.
Truly a win-win symbiotic relationship. Our obsession with cleanliness and our use of harsh cosmetics and cleansers has led to dramatically decreased microbial biodiversity and gave rise to more unfavourable skin conditions. This Microbial Imbalance (termed dysbiosis) can result in skin disorders or infections that manifest themselves as inflamed and blemish-prone skin. Scientifically we know that skin with a less diverse skin microbiome compared to healthy skin is far more prone to conditions such as rosacea, eczema, acne, and atopic dermatitis, and more.
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