Our 2023 milestones

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January 4, 2024
As we bid farewell to 2023, we wanted to throwback to all the milestones achieved:

Our innovations for skincare application

Photobiome™, a 100% natural active from pomegranate and Arabic cotton plant stem cells that paves the way for a new category of Microbial Antioxidants, nurturing and helping our skin natural solar biodefense to photoprotect itself and boost the release of its natural photo-defense molecules, thus improving the signs of photoageing on the skin.

Our ingredient recognitions at a global level by the industry

  • Our latest innovation in skincare, Photobiome™, was classified among the 10 finalists of in-cosmetics Global, the world leading event for personal care ingredients. Also, this novelty has been honored with the Best Ingredient Award 2023 at in-cosmetics Korea and recognized for its innovative mechanism of action in the BSB Innovation Awards 2023.
  • Furthermore, Photobiome™, was awarded first place for the degree of innovation of the active ingredient for its application in a final formula for skin photoaging care in the I Feel Good Awards at the I Feel Good Exhibition, the leading fair for natural and vegan cosmetics in France, one of the largest cosmetics exporters in the world.
  • Deobiome Noni™, our innovative biological deodorant treatment, has received Natrue certification. This international standard, Natrue, plays a crucial role in verifying natural and organic cosmetics and ensures a clear distinction between genuinely natural products and those merely inspired by nature, helping consumers navigate through ‘greenwashing.’
  • Vytrus reaffirms its commitment to natural and sustainable beauty solutions by renewing the Ecovadis certification with a silver medal. This certification underscores our dedication to ethical and environmentally friendly practices, recognizing Vytrus’ sustainability management system for its policies, actions, and good practices in the environment, labor, human rights, ethics, and sustainable procurement.

Our company recognitions

  • First prize for sustainability and innovation in the AITEX Business Awards 2023

At the corporate level, Photobiome won the first position in the AITEX Business Awards for innovation and sustainability in cosmetics in November 2023.

 

Vytrus obtained the approval of its first international triple patent in the field of prevention and treatment of hair loss granted by the three official patent offices of Europe, the United States and Japan. This triple patent approval is an international recognition of the uniqueness of the technology successfully developed by Vytrus.

Our CSR Actions & Alliances

Vytrus Biotech formalized its CSR actions and alliances with different institutions for another year of commitment:

AVAN

The formalization of the collaboration will allow the adaptation of a space that will serve about 500 people annually to improve their neurological health, in addition to offering training and the possibility of expanding the corporate volunteer network, among other advantages.

 

RED CROSS

Vytrus and the Terrassa Red Cross consolidated its commitment to the local community for another year. This partnership implies a valuable contribution, providing support to the Socio-Educational Accompaniment Space and the Dining Room Scholarship, benefiting the young people of the Montperdut Institute in Terrassa, Barcelona.

Our collaboration will continue guaranteeing adolescents adequate clothing and a balanced diet every day of the year, facilitating their growth, development and improving their school performance.

 

IRTA

Vytrus Biotech and IRTA, the Institute of Agrifood Research and Technology of the government of Catalonia, will continue collaborating with the aim to research and preserve the different traditional varieties of olive tree in Catalonia through joint initiatives and actions.

The biotechnology company allocates to this project a percentage of the turnover of one of its cosmetics ingredients, OLEA VITAE™, a revitalizing cellular oil enhancer obtained from the stem cells of wild olive tree.

 

University of Jaén

With the objective for 2024 to continue the dedication to the protection and conservation of various species of the genus Sarcocapnos, Vytrus formalizes its collaboration agreement with the University of Jaén to carry out research that contributes to the preservation of species of the genus Sarcocapnos DC, threatened plants found in Andalusia, as well as other species of the same genus. The final objective is the reintroduction of the plant in its natural environment and significantly improve the state of conservation of this genus of plants in the Iberian Peninsula.

Vytrus has successfully developed an active ingredient, Sarcoslim Re-Shape™, derived from one of the most endangered species within the Sarcocapnos genus. This innovation earned the prestigious Green Ingredient Award at In-Cosmetics Global in 2019.

 

Corporate governance: Diversity Plan and Compliance 

Vytrus fulfilled one of its key social commitments by evolving its CSR and ESG (Environment, Social Responsibility, and Corporate Governance) project. This evolution is designed to prepare the company to face current and future challenges and respond to the growing demands of society. As for it, Vytrus established a Diversity Plan, in partnership with the social entity Prohabitatge.

Additionally, the company has initiated the implementation of measures for safeguarding industrial confidentiality through training and confidentiality agreements. This includes also the establishment of a harassment protocol, an equality project, and measures for the prevention of fraud, corruption, and bribery. Vytrus has also instituted a Criminal Compliance management system within the organization.

New members of the Vytrus team

Vytrus has extended its team’s growth trajectory with the goal of further professionalizing various sectors within the company. This expansion aims to enhance service delivery to clients, foster robust relationships with stakeholders, and facilitate expansion into key markets where Vytrus is active. The focus of this reinforcement has been on strengthening the sales structure, optimizing the supply chain and logistics, and fortifying the marketing and R+D+i team.

Our focus on scientific outreach

Vytrus has marked 2023 with a strong focus on scientific outreach. The company made a significant impact by actively participating in renowned events such as the annual conferences organized by the International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists (IFSCC) Congress held in Barcelona and the 55th edition of the Australian Society of Cosmetic Chemists (ASCC).

At ASCC 2023, our active product Nectaria Lithops™ earned recognition by winning the award for the best poster. The poster, titled “Lithops plant stem cells: new sustainable approaches in plant biotechnology. Stimulating vitamin D on the skin”.

Vytrus continued its impactful contributions at the IFSCC Congress, featuring a podium presentation “Dirty talks: skin-microbial interactions in the Holobiont ageing,” delved into Quora Noni™ biomics, breakthrough concepts within Vytrus’ latest scientific innovations about Rejuvenating your skin by rejuvenating your skin microbiota through a plant strategy.

Further demonstrating our dedication to advancing skin photoprotection and addressing photoageing, Vytrus presented a poster on our newest launch, Photobiome™, titled “Microbial Tanning: a step forward in skin photoprotection and photoageing.” These efforts reflect Vytrus’ commitment to cutting-edge research and development in the cosmetic industry.

Vytrus distinguishes itself through its commitment to providing precise and science-backed information. This dedication is integral to bridging science knowledge while ensuring that skincare science is simplified for informed decision-making. This approach aligns with Vytrus’ passion for scientific education and positions the brand uniquely in the raw materials market.

Our purpose-driven business manifesto

Recently, Vytrus has joined the Manifesto for an Economy with Purpose promoted by the organization Respon.cat, presented on June 27, in response to the new role of companies as transformative agents and engines of change in society and the world. The manifesto involves developing the company purpose before 2025 with triple social, economic and environmental impact, and creating a strategic plan to be implemented by Vytrus before 2030 to generate positive impact.

Signed by more than 200 companies, including both recognized multinational firms and also SME such as Vytrus Biotech, this manifesto elevates the business community as a key part of the solution to the challenges that arise in the new economy. A manifesto that has entities such as the Barcelona Chamber of Commerce, PIMEC (Catalan SME association) or CECOT (multi-sector business confederation) as promoting organizations.

Global presence in the leading trade fairs

Glad to be able to connect with you at Cosmet’Agora, in-cosmetics Global, Cosmetics Business Munich, SCS Annual Conference, in-cosmetics Latin America, HPCI Warsaw, Cosmetorium, in-cosmetics Asia, in-cosmetics Korea, Cosmetorium, SEPAWA, SCS Formulate, Making Cosmetics, and much more.

We extend heartfelt gratitude to our customers, distributors, shareholders, and collaborators for yet another year of unwavering support. Your trust and commitment to the path of sustainable and innovative cosmetics are truly appreciated. A special thank you goes out to our outstanding Vytrus team for bringing this vision to life. Your dedication has not only made our growth possible but will continue to be the cornerstone of our journey ahead. We embrace this new year with a commitment to keep on thriving in all pursuits as we delve into biotech-based and science-driven cosmetics. Welcome, 2024!

Vytrus starts the implementation of its Diversity Plan as part of its ESG program

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December 13, 2023

In a significant step towards greater Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and diversity, Vytrus has launched its diversity plan through the Next Diversitat Program, supported by the European Union’s Next Generation funds. The company, known for its prominent role in the cosmetics industry, aims to go beyond its traditional business operations by actively engaging with and contributing to the community it coexists with.

Recently, Vytrus fulfilled one of its key social commitments by evolving its CSR and ESG (Environment, Social Responsibility, and Corporate Governance) project. This evolution is designed to prepare the company to face current and future challenges and respond to the growing demands of society. Thanks to the Next Diversitat and Empresa Program, in collaboration with the Catalan Association of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (PIMEC) and the Catalan Entities of Social Action (ECAS), Vytrus has established a Diversity Plan in partnership with the social entity Prohabitatge.

Prohabitatge, an organization committed to ensuring the right to housing and promoting residential inclusion, has become a strategic ally for Vytrus in its quest to actively contribute to social commitment for the health and well-being of people. This demonstrates how the company not only focuses on its role in the cosmetics industry but also embraces social commitment in the broader community.

The newly established Diversity Plan marks a crucial milestone in raising awareness and managing diversity within the Vytrus organization. This plan will not only guide the integration of new individuals into the team but also focus on inclusion and address the diverse needs of individuals, positioned as one of the fundamental pillars upon which the company bases its corporate social responsibility.

Last November, following the official signing of the Diversity Plan, Vytrus conducted comprehensive training for the entire team on diversity within the company. The session, led by Lluís Mas, Coordinator of the Transversal Projects Area of ProHabitatge, addressed fundamental aspects of a diversity project, how it is implemented, and its objectives. These include ensuring equal treatment and opportunities, integrating diversity management in a cross-cutting manner, promoting the inclusion of individuals belonging to vulnerable groups, and adapting internal and external communication from a perspective of respect and recognition of diversity. Additionally, the company’s Diversity Management Committee has been established, and a designated person has been appointed, with the voluntary participation of Vytrus’ human team.

With this ambitious Diversity Plan, Vytrus reaffirms its commitment not only to excellence in the cosmetics industry but also to building an inclusive and socially responsible company.

Vytrus unites for a world in peace this holiday season

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December 13, 2023

As the holiday season approaches, at Vytrus we extend warm wishes for a time filled with health, love, and peace for the world.

Discover the spirit of peace, growth, and the promise of an innovative and vibrant future in cosmetics with what our dedicated team at Vytrus has prepared.

Gathered to express hopes for the upcoming year in a uniquely sustainable way, we envision a future where these aspirations bloom in a peaceful world.

Deobiome Noni™ receives NATRUE certificate

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November 23, 2023
Following the recent international celebration of natural and sustainable cosmetics, Vytrus proudly announces that Deobiome Noni™️, our Biological Deodorant, has received NATRUE approval.

On 23 November, NATRUE leads a global movement for natural and sustainable beauty – the International Day of Natural Cosmetics, a recognized project within the One Planet Network’s Knowledge Centre providing premier resources on sustainable consumption and production globally.

In 2019, NATRUE furthered its commitment to sustainable practices by becoming a Partner of Consumer Information for SCP within the One Planet Network.

NATRUE: Setting the Standard for Natural and Organic Cosmetics Certification

NATRUE is the international non-profit organisation behind the acclaimed international standard for certification of natural and organic cosmetics, which sets strict criteria for third-party certification of natural and organic beauty products, to distinguish truly natural cosmetics from the myriad nature-inspired products on the market, and to help consumers navigate through the ‘greenwash’.

DEOBIOME NONI™ - The Biological Deodorant

NATRUE-certified active, DEOBIOME NONI™ – The Biological Deodorant , is a revolutionary prebiotic deodorant treatment that aligns with Vytrus’ commitment to natural and sustainable beauty solutions.

The concept of Biological Deodorant is defined by a hybrid approach based on two strategies. On the one hand, a Biological strategy: plant anti-Quorum Sensing molecules that prevent the formation of bacterial communication and unwanted biofilms involved in generating bad smell. On the other hand, a Prebiotic strategy: DEOBIOME NONI™ , made from plant stem cells of Morinda citifrolia, known as the Noni plant, represents an innovative prebiotic cocktail based on sugars that modifies the metabolism of commensal microbiota of the skin from lipids to polysaccharides, avoiding the production of malodorous molecules.

This NATRUE approval underscores Vytrus’dedication to offering products that prioritize both efficacy and environmental consciousness.

Explore further details about this NATRUE-approved active here.

Vytrus renews alliance with the Red Cross for 2024

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October 30, 2023
On October 30th, Vytrus Biotech formalized its alliance with the Terrassa Red Cross for another year, consolidating its commitment to the local community. This partnership implies a valuable contribution, providing support to the Socio-Educational Accompaniment Space and the Dining Room Scholarship, benefiting the young people of the Montperdut Institute in Terrassa, Barcelona.

The Red Cross, with its focus on projects for the most disadvantaged groups, seeks the involvement of the business fabric of Terrassa. In this context, Vytrus, as a committed company, joins the initiative for another year, strengthening the mission of improving the development of the local community.

As part of this collaboration, Vytrus will continue to collaborate with the project of the Space for Socio-Educational Accompaniment and inclusive scholarships-dining rooms for young people aged 12 to 18 in situations of social vulnerability at the Montperdut Institute in Terrassa (Barcelona, Spain). These scholarships, accompanied by supervised socio-educational activities, aim to contribute both to the growth of young people, as well as to their personal development and academic improvement, maintaining the commitment and alliance in 2024.  In May, representatives of Vytrus, together with the Director and Head of Studies of the institute, visited the Humanitarian Platform of the Red Cross in Catalonia, in Sant Martí de Tous. During this visit, the bond between Vytrus and the young people was strengthened by having a business and labor reference. In addition, the significant humanitarian work carried out by the Red Cross was highlighted.

The renewed alliance with the Red Cross highlights Vytrus’ firm social commitment to well-being and education, as well as support for socio-educational support.

Vytrus Biotech signs with CDTI a 575.000€ funding for R&D projects in dermocosmetics and health

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October 25, 2023
Vytrus Biotech has received 575,000€ in funding from the CDTI for the development of new cutting-edge technologies in the field of dermocosmetics and health.

The Centre for Technological Development and Innovation (CDTI), attached to the Ministry of Science and Innovation of the Government of Spain, has granted the biotechnology company Vytrus an amount of 575 thousand euros to carry out future projects in dermocosmetic development. Of the total amount financed, 137 thousand euros correspond to a non-reimbursable tranche (subsidy), translating the rest into a long-term loan for the company.

Vytrus will use this funding to develop new technology platforms for the production of hybrid active ingredients with high potential for human health and well-being.

According  to Albert Jané, CEO and co-founder of Vytrus Biotech: “This research project will be of great help for Vytrus Biotech to continue to maintain the high level of innovation and allow, at the same time, to diversify the company’s portfolio of high-efficiency, sustainable and innovative products with new technologies.”

The funding granted by the CDTI for the project has been co-financed by the Next Generation Funds, channelled through  the ERDF (European Regional Development Fund of the European Union). Likewise, the company acknowledges the support provided to the organization during its operation for its correct achievement.

Vytrus Biotech allocates around 20% of its turnover annually to R&D&I activities. This continuous effort has positioned the company as one of the benchmarks of innovation and sustainability in the dermocosmetic active ingredients sector. The company currently commercialises 19 products worldwide and its strategic plan is to launch 10 new ingredients in the next 4 years.

Industry Recognition of Vytrus Biotech's Innovation

The efforts made by Vytrus in terms of research, development and innovation have enabled the company to develop high value-added active ingredients for the cosmetic and healthcare industries.

As a result, the company recently launched Photobiome™. This cosmetic ingredient, derived from the stem cells of cotton and pomegranate plants, improves the signs of skin aging caused by sun exposure. It does so through a very innovative mechanism that protects the microbiota (the most superficial bacterial layer of the skin and impacts its health) from the sun. Thanks to its commitment to innovation and sustainability in cosmetic science, Photobiome™ has been awarded worldwide at the in-cosmetics Korea and in-cosmetics Latin America trade shows, as well as receiving other industry awards in Europe.

Vytrus received the I Feel Good Best Formulation Award 2023 for its active ingredient Photobiome™

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September 19, 2023
Vytrus Biotech, the company specializing in active ingredients derived from plant stem cells, has received the award for the best formulation of the year 2023 at the I Feel Good tradeshow for its latest formulation "SUNRISE CLOUDS", which contains the active ingredient PHOTOBIOME™, the microbiota's photoprotector.

The active ingredient has been awarded for its innovation  at the Best Formulation Awards 2023 at the French trade fair I Feel Good, the national trade fair for personal care ingredients in France. The awards ceremony took place on Tuesday, September 19th at the fair held in Paris, France, where the award was presented to the Vytrus Biotech sales team.

After its accolade at  in-cosmetics Korea Best Ingredient Award 2023, the BSB Innovation Awards, I Feel Good Awards Best Formulation 2023 and being among the top 10 finalists in the world at the in-cosmetics Global Fair Innovation Awards last March, this recognition for Photobiome™ once again reinforces its effectiveness, innovation and scientific level among the latest innovations launched on the market globally.

The new active ingredient Photobiome™ opens the door to a new category of Microbial Antioxidants by helping our skin’s microbiota to photoprotect itself, protecting and nourishing bacteria, modulating the release of their own natural photodefense molecules that improve the signs of the photoaging process in the skin.

The new Sun-Microbiota-Skin axis

Vytrus has been researching in the field of skin microbiota for 10 years and has discovered metabolic pathways for applications such as acne, biological deodorant, interaction with the brain and pleasure hormones, as well as skin aging linked to the aging of the bacterial populations that inhabit our outermost skin layer.

Now Vytrus unveils with Photobiome™ its latest scientific advances in the field of microbiota and describes a new biological approach:  the Sun-Microbiota-Skin axis, elucidating the important role of the microbiota in relation to the effects of solar radiation on the skin, either for or to the detriment of skin tissue. The active ingredient combats skin photoaging due to excessive sun exposure by photoprotecting the skin microbiota.

The story of an innovation inspired by nature

Photobiome is a 100% natural active ingredient from pomegranate stem cells (Punica granatum) and cotton from desert and semi-arid regions of the Near and Middle East (Gossypium herbaceum). Through a new biotechnological platform for cell fusions, Vytrus combines two plants with high antioxidant power and resistant to extreme temperatures. In this way, Vytrus obtains a synergistic effect of preventing skin ageing caused by the sun by photoprotecting the skin microbiota.

Biotechnology crosses frontiers in sun care and healthy aging

Photobiome represents a new paradigm in the sun care and good ageing markets and a step forward and a scientific breakthrough in the field of microbiota. This new category of biotechnology-based active ingredients offers cosmetic formulas new ways to protect and repair skin photodamage with a sustainable solution based on plant biotechnology:

  • Preventive and Treating Antioxidant Formulations
  • Photoaging treatment: products for wrinkles (crow’s feet, nasolabials, eye contour)
  • Preventive and repairing sun formulas
  • Treatments to improve the appearance of hyperpigmentation

 

Vytrus joins the Manifesto for an Economy with Purpose

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September 15, 2023

Vytrus Biotech has adhered to the Manifesto for an Economy with Purpose promoted by the organization Respon.cat, presented on June 27th, in view of the new role of companies as transforming agents and drivers of change in society and the world.

The manifesto involves developing the company’s purpose before 2025 with triple social, economic and environmental impact, and making a strategic plan to be implemented by Vytrus before 2030 to generate positive impact.

Signed by more than 200 companies including HP, Damm, Unilever, Oracle, Martiderm or Vytrus Biotech itself, this manifesto raises the business community as a key part of the solution to the challenges of the new economy. A manifesto that counts with entities such as the Chamber of Commerce of Barcelona, PIMEC (employers’ association of Catalan SMEs) or CECOT (multisectoral business confederation) as promoting organizations.

According to Òscar Expósito, CEO, co-founder and CSO of Vytrus: “We are currently facing a paradigm shift in which companies are the engine of change for society and the preservation of the planet. Assuming a social role beyond the economic and business one is important to face the challenges of the future, and this involves defining where each company can have a positive impact, while ensuring the viability of the business activity“.

Producers of nearly 80% of the world’s GDP, companies must develop a culture of purpose that addresses environmental, social and governance (ESG) challenges with a business model rooted in the territory, sensitive to needs and aimed at transforming the world to make it a more resilient space.

By adhering to this manifesto, Vytrus thus marks a firm commitment to its purpose and goes a step further in the deployment of its Corporate Social Responsibility. This purpose is publicly accessible on this link.

Vytrus received Best Ingredient Award for its active Photobiome™ at in-cosmetics Korea

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July 13, 2023

Vytrus Biotech, has received the Bronze Best Ingredient Award 2023 at in-cosmetics Korea for its active ingredient PHOTOBIOME™, the microbiota photoprotector.

The active has been ranked third in the Best Ingredient Awards at the 2023 Korean edition, the leading trade fair for personal care ingredients in South Korea and a reference in the Asian continent. The awards ceremony took place on Wednesday, July 12 at the fair held in Seoul, South Korea, where the award was presented to the Vytrus Biotech sales team.

 

Following its recognition at the BSB Innovation Awards and placing among the top 10 finalists worldwide at the in-cosmetics Global Innovation Awards in March, this award for Photobiome™ in the land of K-Beauty trends reinforces its positioning among the latest innovations launched on the market.

The in-cosmetics Korea 2023 fair annually brings together the major key players in the value chain of the cosmetics industry on the Asian continent and sets the main cosmetic trends worldwide. It is the 5th country in the world that exports the most cosmetic products, reaching 8.5 billion dollars in 2021 and being a gateway to important markets such as China and Japan. Vytrus Biotech is present in the main Asian markets and in 2022 increased its sales in this geographic area by 29%.

The new active Photobiome™ opens the door to a new category of Microbial Antioxidants by helping our skin microbiota photoprotect itself by protecting and nourishing bacteria, modulating the release of its own natural photo-defense molecules that improves the signs of the photoageing process on the skin.

The new Sun-Microbiota-Skin axis

Vytrus has been researching in the field of skin microbiota for 10 years and has discovered metabolic pathways for applications such as acne, biological deodorant, interaction with brain and pleasure hormones, as well as skin ageing linked to the ageing of bacterial populations inhabiting our most superficial skin layer.

Now Vytrus unveils with Photobiome its latest scientific advances in the microbiota field and describes a new biological approach: the Sun-Microbiota-Skin axis, elucidating the important role of the microbiota in relation to the effects of solar radiation on the skin, either in favor or to the detriment of the skin tissue. The active combats the skin photo-ageing from excessive sun exposure by photoprotecting the skin microbiota.

 

 

Biotech pushes boundaries in sun care and healthy ageing

Photobiome involves a new paradigm in the suncare and well-ageing markets and a step forward and a scientific discovery in the microbiota field. This new category of biotechnology-based active ingredients offers cosmetic formulations new pathways to protect and repair skin photodamage with a sustainable solution based on plant biotechnology:

  • Preventive & treating antioxidant formulations
  • Tackling photoageing – products to take care of wrinkles (crow’s feet area, bar code, eye contour)
  • Preventive & reparative suncare formulations
  • Treatments to improve the appearance of hyperpigmentation

World Microbiome Day | 27th June: The biological approach of Vytrus

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June 26, 2023

In the era of heightened awareness about skin health, consumers are actively seeking information and solutions to address the impact of exposome on their skin. This growing interest has led to a shift towards science-backed sustainable solutions in skin care. Vytrus aims to be at the forefront of this movement, delving into sustainable plant biotechnology to uncover the potential roles of skin microbiota in the field of cosmetic science.

Recent research has shed light on the deep interconnection between humans and their skin microbiota, with around 1,000 microbial species coexisting in a symbiotic relationship. This relationship becomes even more fascinating when considering the combined genetic contributions of the human genome and microbiome, giving rise to the concept of the Holobiome. It is important to note that the skin microbiota consists of beneficial microbes that play a crucial role in supporting the skin’s barrier function, regulating the immune response, and protecting against pathogens and allergens. Given the multifaceted nature of the skin microbiota, a holistic approach is essential in cosmetics.

Vytrus Biotech, with a decade of expertise on the skin microbiota field, integrates sustainable plant biotechnology and microbiota research to develop innovative mechanisms for maintaining, rebalancing, and modulating microbiota populations in skincare.

Did you know that Vytrus develops active ingredients that take care of the skin microbiota?

Vytrus puts microbiota at the centre of its developments and guarantee microbiota-compatible actives through an in vitro test that proves the skin microbiome viability and diversity in the application of its actives. The test approach assesses a bacterial co-culture in the absence and presence of the actives to verify the maintenance of microbiome compatibility of the active ingredient. The skin core microbiome was analized and included commensal microorganisms, such as: Cutibacterium acnes, Streptococcus mitis, Staphylococcus capitis, Staphylococcus epidermidis, Corynebacterium tuberculostearicum, Corynebacterium simulans and Malassezia pachydermatis. The protection against pathogens such as Staphylococcus aureus was also analyzed.

The biotech company is working towards including this innovative test on all its portfolio. Some of their 100% natural actives claim to be microbiome compatible validated by the abovementioned test:

Vytrus Biotech is committed to harnessing the potential of the microbiota and advancing their research in nature's power through sustainable biotechnology.

Considering all the aforementioned points, it can be stated that the role of skin microbiota has evolved from being a trend to becoming a cornerstone in the personal care industry.

 

To learn more about Vytrus Biotech’s microbiota-compatible actives, you can find additional information HERE.