Dublin, January 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/– “The probiotic food and cosmetics market is based on product type (probiotic food and beverages, dietary supplements, cosmetics), ingredients (bacteria, yeast), distribution channels (hypermarkets/supermarkets, pharmacies/pharmacies, specialty stores, online) and regions -Global Forecast 2026” Report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com supply.
Probiotics have therapeutic value and have proven beneficial in the treatment of atopic dermatitis and skin sensitivity. When used in natural skin care products, they help deliver beneficial bacteria to the skin. These bacteria can help restore the natural balance of the skin, ensure that it functions as it should, and supplement the nutrients it needs to protect it from the elements.
Probiotics are also effective anti-inflammatory agents, so they help relieve redness, irritation and skin conditions, including acne, rosacea and dry skin. The increasing use of probiotics in the field of personal care is attributed to the growing interest of consumers in health and beauty. It contains Lactobacillus johnsonii to help protect Langerhans cells from UV radiation damage, and Lactobacillus prevents odor-producing bacteria from leaving the body.
Probiotics can replace medicine
The growing demand for probiotics shows that customers prefer products with proven health benefits. There is increasing evidence that probiotics help restore health, which increases customer expectations for probiotics. This tendency towards safe, natural and cost-effective alternatives to medicines has led to the use of probiotics as medicines. The beneficial effects of probiotics as medicaments seem to be related to the strain and dosage. Clinical trials have shown that probiotics can cure certain obstacles or diseases in humans, especially diseases related to the gastrointestinal tract.
Yeast probiotics can be used as antibiotics or growth promoters.
As a kind of probiotics, yeast is actively used in food, beverage, medicine and industrial enzyme applications. For the yeast strain to be selected as a probiotic, it needs to be highly tolerant to acidity, resistant to bile salts, must have the ability to adhere to intestinal cells, and should have an immunostimulatory effect. According to the European Food Safety Agency (EFSA), Saccharomyces cerevisiae is the most commonly used yeast…