Dutch Biotech Touts Enzyme-Powered Eczema Cream As ‘Smarter And Safer’ Solution
Executive SummaryHeadquartered in The Hague, Netherlands, Micreos is focused on developing targeted antibacterial products to replace antibiotics, protect against food contamination and treat inflammatory skin conditions. The firm’s Gladskin Eczema Cream, now available stateside, uses a patented enzyme technology to destroy Staphylococcus aureus bacteria while leaving skin’s beneficial flora intact.
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