Galactomyces Yeast filtrate is rich in vitamins and amino acids. This yeast filtrate has properties that moisturize skin, improve elasticity, and reduce irritation to help combat aging. The trademark name of SK11 is PITERA- a powerful ingredient in all SK11 products.
The old brewers’ hands were visibly smooth, soft, and free of wrinkles and freckles, looking younger than their age, face, and entire body. This leads to the discovery of Galactomyces, the brewer's yeast used in fermenting beers. Their manufacturing process was very complex, and a small amount was extracted for the making of high-end premium cosmetics.
Popular ingredients in Japanese skincare culture, we fortified this ingredient with other biological natural active Vitamins and extracts to create a One-N-All skin nutrition regimen that restores health and beauty back to the skin in just 7 days. Powerful anti-aging, wrinkles, acne, and spot-erase serum.
HOW WE PROCESS GALACTOMYCES YEAST FILTRATE
Production: Pure strains of Galactomyces are grown on mixtures of cane and beet molasses. After the fermentation process is completed, "Cream yeast" is heated and held at pasteurization temperatures for a period long enough to inactivate the yeast. During this holding period, all necessary vitamins such as niacin (B3), pyridoxine hydrochloride (B6), thiamine hydrochloride (B1), riboflavin (B2), folic acid, cyanocobalamin (B12) are added. After drum drying, the yeast is grounded and is now ready for consumption or for cosmetic product formulation.
It is appreciated for its high protein content (~ 50% protein by weight) and is rich in B-complex vitamins that are important for normal and healthy skin and body functions. It contains other beneficial components, such as Beta-1,3 glucan and mannan, complex carbohydrates that are known to improve the immune response and help maintain healthy cholesterol levels; Trehalose, a disaccharide that helps maintain the health of brain cells; and Glutathione, an antioxidant that plays an important role in cellular defense mechanisms (~2.5mg/g)