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Bio Deo

Antiperspirant and Deodorant work differently to combat odour. Antiperspirants block sweat ducts, preventing sweating and starving bacteria that cause body odour. However, continuous use of antiperspirants is associated with health risks. Deodorants, on the other hand, prevent or mask body odour while allowing natural perspiration. Choosing deodorant is a healthier option.


Many natural deodorants use baking soda and/or magnesium hydroxide to absorb odours, but these ingredients can irritate the skin and cause a rash. They are more alkaline while our skin is more acidic, disrupting the balance of enzymes, healthy bacteria, and the protective “acid mantle”. Dermatologists advise against using baking soda as it may cause hyperpigmentation.


What if we could hack the ancestral Quorum Sensing communication system to prevent malodorous molecule production? Morinda citrifolia stem cells are a biological deodorant that inhibits bacterial communication without killing them—going a step further beyond natural remedies.


How does the mechanism of action work?

Step 1. Prebiotic Cocktail:

Altering microbiota metabolism with a different source of nutrition made up of polysaccharides.

Step 2. Quorum Sensing inhibitors:

Safely interrupting bacterial communication and preventing the production of unpleasant odours.


What to Expect:

  • Microbiome protection & balance
  • Skin health & detoxification
  • Microbial load control
  • Odour fingerprint modulation


Get ready to elevate your deodorant game with a top-notch active ingredient—a game-changer in the world of deodorants, elevating the entire category to new heights. Give your skin—and those around you—the freedom to breathe.


    Bio Deo

    GST Included |
    • In vitro efficacy: Morinda citrifolia stem cells inhibited the biofilm formation down to 99% while preserving alive the microbial cells

      In vivo efficacy: malodour compounds decreased from 39 to 100%, targeting key groups contributing to body odour, outperforming the benchmark.

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