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Product description according to manufacturer:

"The light frei öl® Skincare Oil was developed according to our traditional pharmacist recipe and proven over many decades. It combines highly effective ingredients and natural oils, which are controlled according to pharmaceutical principles. When used regularly, it effectively reduces scars, stretch marks and pigmented spots. The skincare oil with its precious natural oils smoothes the skin and protects it from moisture loss. The oil is absorbed quickly and gives a supple skin feeling. Perfect for dry and sensitive skin. With calming lavander scent."

The skincare oil showed no significant negative impact on the examined germs. In the tests, the skincare oil has shifted the skin balance to positive.

The results are rated with grades from 1 (one) to 3 (three). If positive effects or no negative influence by the tested product on the above-mentioned aspects are shown in the examinations, the grade 1 will be awarded. If only a very weak negative influence is detectable in the tests, the grade 2 is awarded and, if the influence is clearly negative, the product receives the grade 3. The product has passed the test up to the mark of 2.0.

Petri dishes with bacteria mixture Grades stand for:

1 = Microbiome friendly, 2 = Microbiome neutral, 3 = Microbiome damaging.

Test results frei öl® Skincare Oil :

Microbiological quality 1,0
Balance of the skin microbiome 1,0
Diversity of the corresponding skin microbiome 1,0
Skin-product contact direct 1,4
Skin-product contact indirect 1,0
Overall grade 1,1


The MyMicrobiome Standard 18.10 assesses cosmetic and skin care products that come in contact with the skin or mucous membranes, with regard to their influence on the microbiome located there.

An intact skin microbiome has a fundamental influence on skin health. Products that are supposed to be skin friendly must therefore also be Microbiome friendly so as not to unbalance the skin of the user.

The MyMicrobiome Standard 18.10 Seal assesses the influence of cosmetic and personal care products on the microbial representatives of a particular skin or mucosal area. The human microbiome is very individual from person to person. Each area, however, houses a characteristic composition of bacteria, viruses and fungi - the so-called core microbiome. The test examines the microbes typical of each skin area, providing a standardized procedure.

Different aspects are examined:

1. The microbial quality of the product.

2. The influence of the product on the natural, healthy skin balance.

3. The influence of the product on the bacterial diversity of the specific body region.

4. The influence of the product on the growth behavior of the microbes of the specific body region.

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