Why Japan YAMII Pro Series could be your Skin Miracle

From the experts behind YAMII PRO SKIN CARE LINE , K Yamada is a Former Professional Scientist Chief of High End Skin care line SK-II at Kyoto Pharmaceutical University, Japan.

Yamada spent years looking through 350 yeast strains to created a natural by product of yeast fermentation that is rich liquid containing amino acids, minerals, vitamins, and organic acids, he confirms that all these ingredients could help the skin lucency, decrease wrinkles and lighten dark spots.

From his experience He then shares the extensive research and development that goes into creating every bottle of YAMII PRO skin care line for us to enjoy.

"From Japanese Culture to Science Technology, to the Jar"

Combining Japanese traditional fermentation and latest technology with various natural active ingredient and micro0organism of Hakko Technology activated through to the deepest layer of the skin. Its accelerates the production of natural collagen and regained new cell vitality to the skin.

How does fermentation work?

Fermentation is a method of food preservation that has been used for centuries. The main ingredient used in Japanese fermentation is a cultured grain such as Beans. When food is allowed to culture, it releases hundreds of enzymes and compounds that change its molecular structure. By fermenting the ingredients, you’re essentially altering the ingredients to increase its nutritional value. Often this makes it richer in vitamins, peptides, and probiotics, taking the original substance to a whole new level.

How does it benefit you?

You’ll love fermented skincare as much as your Kombucha teas because, let’s face it, fermentation gives you a serious boost of nutritional benefits. But what else can it do?

Balance your Microbiome

The main draw of fermentation is the production of probiotics. Fermented skincare works by balancing good and bad bacteria on your skin. Did you know that there’s a ton of bacteria on your skin? The collection of bacteria is called microbiome. This may sound scary, but not all bacteria are bad. Some are bad, such as acne- causing bacteria, while others can be essential to maintaining healthy skin. When your skin’s microbiome gets thrown off balance, bad bacteria can fester and cause good bacteria to die off. This can cause issues such as skin irritations, sensitivity, and acne.

Deeply Nourish the Skin

Fermentation is the holy grail of beauty products because during the culture process complex compounds are broken down into simple compounds. This allows the ingredients to be more readily be absorbed by your skin to amplify the nutritional impact. It’ll feed your skin at a deeper level. The ingredients are then better able to do their job, whether it’s fighting free radicals or acne.