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Bring probiotics back into your home and into your life.
What are environmental probiotics?
Probiotics are natural organisms that are also referred to as “good bacteria” or “helpful bacteria”. They are a vital component to nature and to our immune systems. They are nature’s recyclers, breaking down matter to its basic biological structure.allis at tellus.
Why would I want bacteria in my home?
This is actually not our choice. A person can shed 35 million bacteria just by walking into a room. When we hear the word “bacteria”, we are scared. When in fact, without bacteria we could not possibly survive. WE ARE PROBIOTIC brings the natural balance back into your home, by rebuilding the micro biome naturally found in nature.
What is the difference between probiotic sprays and standard air fresheners?
Air fresheners use chemicals. Chemicals are more or less harmful to health.
Beneficial bacteria are 100% natural and are indispensable to our health.
How does this go together with my air purifier?
We Are Probiotic works great with any air purifier. House the atomiser near the exhaust of your air purifier and the exhaust air will carry the probiotics to all areas of the room. Some of the probiotics may be sucked back into your air purifier and land on the filter, this is a good thing as it will stop the bad bacteria, mould and fungi from growing and creating sick filter syndrome.
Can I use WeAreProbiotic cleaning products on any surface?
Not only you can, but you are highly advised to do so! The probiotic atomiser releases a fine mist that covers all surfaces in a room with a probiotic hug.
Is it okay for these products to come in contact with my skin?
It is completely safe. You have more bacteria on your skin than there is inside the products. (if you use harsh care products that kill the beneficial bacteria on your skin, we highly advise you to switch to probiotic ones)
Is there a shelf life for the probiotics?
The shelf life is around 2 months if the bottle has been opened, and 9 months if it hasn’t.
Do I have to keep the bottles in the fridge?
No, just keep them out of direct sun-light.