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How Do You Discover and Develop Your Probiotics?

Our discovery starts in our advanced biotech labs, where we have developed a platform to discover and catalog the hundreds
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Phyla Acne Care System Science

The Phyla System Probiotic – Quality by Design

The Phyla System has been designed with our customers in mind using minimal ingredients and keeping all of the bad
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Phyla's acne care system is based on science

Are Phages Safe? Addressing the Safety of the Probiotic We Use

Phages are an integral part of our microbiome. They are tiny microorganisms – viruses that kill bacteria – and are
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Phyla's Phortify Probiotic Serum

How Is Phyla’s Probiotic Technology Radically Different?

We bring hard scientific results to skincare and are going where no one has gone before because Phyla started off
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What makes Phyla acne care different

What Makes Phyla Different from Other Acne Products

Traditional acne treatments use harsh chemicals like benzoyl peroxide and adapalene to treat your acne. Not only are these ingredients
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The Truth about Fungal Acne, and What to Do If You Have It

The Truth about Fungal Acne, and What to Do If You Have It

What is fungal acne? Like most people you are probably hearing a lot about this and googling “what is fungal
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What is a probiotic?

What is a probiotic?

The World Health Organization defines a probiotic as “live microorganisms which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit
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How Our Technology Works

To understand how our technology works, and why our approach is so revolutionary, let’s see how current acne products work.
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What Causes Acne?

Acne is a multifactorial disease, and there are many factors that contribute to its occurrence and severity. We all know
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What is the Microbiome?

The microbiome is the community of microorganisms – bacteria, fungi, and viruses – that live on, and within, our bodies.
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