April 1, 2019
DALLAS – April-1, 2019 – Essential Formulas’ Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotic Kampuku Beauty Bar™ will be honored for the eighth time with Better Nutrition Magazine’s 2019 ‘Best of Natural Beauty’ Award and featured in the April 2019 issue of the magazine.
To select the winning products, Better Nutrition Magazine’s, Beauty Advisory Board and editors tested hundreds of products and conducted extensive interviews with natural product retailers to discover their best-selling beauty products.
Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotic Kampuku Beauty Bar continues to receive accolades from the natural products industry, health practitioners and consumers alike. The exclusive formula supports the skin’s ecology by delivering nourishing probiotic and prebiotic extracts via an all-natural, non-drying formulation that clarifies, balances and rejuvenates the skin on the face and body and is perfect for the entire family.
“Because the surface of the skin is an ecosystem populated by an estimated 50 million bacteria on every square centimeter of human skin, using synthetic cleansers and moisturizers can disrupt its delicate balance,” explained Essential Formulas Director of Research and Science Ross Pelton RPh, PhD, CCN. “Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotic Kampuku Beauty Bar™ merges the rejuvenating power of natural ingredients, ancient Japanese fermentation skills, and modern science to create a clarifying, balancing, and nourishing cleanser for optimum skin health.”
Essential Formulas Incorporated
Essential Formulas Incorporated (EFI) was established in 2000 as the sole U.S. distributor of world-renowned microbiologist Dr. Iichiroh Ohhira’s award-winning probiotic dietary supplements and skin care products. Always an innovator EFI introduced REG’ACTIV in 2015. Containing ME-3, a probiotic catalyst that produces the “Master’” Oxidant Glutathione inside the body’s own cells. A family-owned and operated business, EFI was founded on the philosophy of providing high-quality preventative, supportive and comprehensive pro-health products for the entire family.
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