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  • Bacteria may be the future of personal care
  • Bacteria may be the future of personal care
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Bacteria may be the future of personal care

Does dirt clean your skin better? A selection of personal care products marketed under the brand name Mother Dirt, including shampoo, cleanser and a mist, contain a challenging ingredientlive-bacteria. Is this a pivotal shift in the cosmetics and personal care market?

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