NEW STUDIES for body odor, nail and feet care
The active ingredient QUORA NONI, the microbiome communication hacker, is the concentrated metabolome of Noni (Morinda citrifolia) plant stem cells specially designed to interact with microbiota communication (QUORUM SENSING). It blocks the microbiome communication signals to avoid the formation of biofilms and the development of virulence, without killing or threatening the microbiota and maintaining the microbiome balance. Several studies prove its efficacy against acne and dandruff, and now new studies have demonstrated its functionality for body odor and feet and nail care
Human sweat is odorless, but the interaction with the bacteria Corynebacterium striatum produces certain molecules responsible of the excessive and strong smell. What if we could rebalance these bacteria to control this body odor? QUORA NONI offers a new uncharted path to fight against strong body odor, with an innovative approach free of chemicals and aggressive substances.
To demonstrate the antibiofilm effect of QUORA NONI in C. striatum, specific representative biofilms for the species were generated in a selective medium with glass coupons to facilitate the aggregation of the microbiota. After the biofilm generation was standardized several studies were carried out to analyze the C. striatum populations. Biofilm density and planktonic live cells in suspension, with and without the active QUORA NONI in the medium, were quantified.
The results showed that there were very few cells forming biofilm when QUORA NONI was added compared to control (cells on coupons). If there were no cells in suspension, it would mean that the bacteria have been killed. If instead, there is a reduction of the biofilm compared to control, but there are cells in suspension, this would mean that there has been an inhibition of biofilm formation without killing the microbiota.