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What are Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria?

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Raising Awareness, One Doctor At A Time

Active Probiotic Skincare

In 2015, MIT scientists discovered a groundbreaking bacteria, Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria (AOB), with the innate ability to balance the skin microbiome. It once lived on our skin naturally, but traditional skincare has scrubbed, peeled and stripped it away, destroying the vital harmony our skin needs to thrive. If it was nowhere to be found on modern skin, how do we know it even existed?

The proof lies with the Yanomami, a group of people indigenous to the Amazon rainforest. Untouched by developed environments and traditional skincare, the Yanomami still have AOB on their skin in a native, healthy state. With this discovery, we knew we were onto something revolutionary.

Why a System?

This patented AO+ Restorative Mist is a first of its kind product to use live and active AOB to restore the skin microbiome. In other words, it keeps the peace so you don’t have to, repairing and balancing all skin types for improved clarity and glowing, healthier-looking skin.

Mother Dirt Active Probiotic Skin Care System

Mother Dirt Active Probiotic Skin Care System

Three steps to total skin wellness. The PeaceKeeper features the foundations of our Active Probiotic System to repair the damage caused by traditional skincare and restore the skin microbiome, for your most biologically balanced and radiant skin.

Comes complete with:

  • Probiotic Foaming Cleanser
  • Probiotic Moisturizing Serum
  • AO+ Restorative Mist
  • Sample size Probiotic Hydrating Hair Wash & Conditioner

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Mother Dirt Probiotic Acne Treatment System

Mother Dirt Probiotic Acne Treatment System

A smarter way to treat acne. Clinically tested and dermatologically approved, The Difference is formulated to work together as an Active Probiotic System to restore the skin microbiome for improved clarity and smoother, healthier-looking skin.

Comes complete with:

  • Probiotic Foaming Cleanser
  • Daily Acne Treatment Lotion with salicylic acid
  • AO+ Restorative Mist
  • Sample size Probiotic Hydrating Hair Wash & Conditioner

First Timers! Use biome20 for 20% OFF

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All Mother Dirt products are formulated to work together to biologically repair and restore your skin microbiome. For glowing, healthier-looking skin. From head to toe.

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