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Science of Beauty: Ganeden Claims “Highest Level” Proof For Anti-Aging Probiotic

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Ganeden Biotech is optimistic that evidence backing the efficacy of its anti-aging probiotic Bonicel will drive success of the branded ingredient. As regulators and lawsuits target cosmetics companies over claims, science that can withstand these tests becomes more important.

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