Press release October 4th, 2022

Microbiotic special care is now airy and light as SYMBIO DERMAL® foam

SYMBIO DERMAL®, the intensive special care for dry and stressed skin, has grown: The unique lysate complex made from two different inactivated bacteria is now also available as an airy, light, moisturizing SYMBIO DERMAL® foam.

SYMBIO DERMAL® foam is well suited for regular – and large-scale – skin care for dry skin. The airy, light foam is a special care product made from valuable almond oil, shea butter and other caring substances such as dexpanthenol and vitamin E - and also without fragrances. Dermatest certificates confirm the very good tolerability, the improvement in skin moisture and the improvement in skin roughness.
Special about both SYMBIO DERMAL® products is the unique complex of inactivated bacteria (non-disease-causing E. coli and Enterococcus faecalis).

Seal of approval for very good compatibility

Both SYMBIO DERMAL® products meet the requirements of the current European guideline for the treatment of atopic dermatitis (neurodermatitis): The cosmetics consist of moisturizing substances combined with an active component, this is the lysate complex from selected bacteria.

An application study has shown that both products are very well tolerated. As a result, the special care products bear the Dermatest five-star seal. SYMBIO DERMAL® can also come up with the daab seal, which it received after being tested by members of the German Allergy and Asthma Association (DAAB). It distinguishes products that are particularly suitable for allergy sufferers and asthmatics.

Light and airy skin care from a foam dispenser

Special care for dry skin

Dry skin prone to neurodermatitis is widespread. Frequent washing with lots of soap and cold, dry air or dry heating air, which is prevalent in the cold season, put additional strain on the skin. Rough, cracked skin is a sign of a compromised skin barrier and it is prone to inflammation. This is often accompanied by unpleasant itching.

This is why dry skin needs good care – for example with SYMBIO DERMAL® and SYMBIO DERMAL® foam from SymbioPharm. Both products combine high-quality fats and nourishing substances with the unique lysate complex. The foam is lighter formulated and therefore suitable for large-scale application.

SYMBIO DERMAL® foam is whipped up by a dispenser to form an airy foam that can be easily spread over the skin and is quickly absorbed. It leaves a pleasant feeling on the skin and is also suitable for use on the face. The light, airy foam moisturizes and regenerates the skin. It can also be used for sensitive and stressed skin or for itching.

Protective skin barrier

A dense network of cells and the protective acid mantle made of salt, water, various fats and the secretion of the sebaceous glands form the skin barrier, which protects against penetrating pollutants and microorganisms, but also against moisture loss. In addition, there are many immune cells in the skin that respond to environmental stimuli and are important for skin health. A community of bacteria lives on the skin – the skin flora or skin microbiota. If good bacteria predominate, they can positively influence the immune processes in the skin and support the skin's barrier effect.

The bacterial lysate from non-pathogenic E. coli and Enterococcus faecalis bacteria has the ability to modulate immune processes in skin cells, as a laboratory study for approval has shown.

Dry skin requires moisturizing substances

Compensate for lack of horn fats

People with neurodermatitis have fewer horny fats, which normally keep the skin supple. Together with a disturbed skin barrier, this leads to a loss of moisture. This is why neurodermatitis sufferers have rough, dry skin. A basic treatment is necessary here that can replace missing fats and supports the skin barrier - as offered by the two SYMBIO DERMAL® products.


Apply to the skin several times a day and massage in gently. Shake the dispenser briefly before use. SYMBIO DERMAL® foam in a 120 ml foam dispenser is available in pharmacies.

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