fermented skincare

Florena Fermented Skincare

Discover the unique process of fermentation and the incredible benefits for your skin with Florena Fermented Skincare.

"What changes evolves.
What evolves, improves".


What does fermented mean in skincare?

The fermentation process is a natural way of breaking down a substance into a simpler substance, making it more powerful. The most important ingredients become more concentrated allowing the skin to more readily accept and absorb them. 

Fermented foods and their healing properties are known worldwide for their healing and antioxidant properties and we assure you that all those benefits The benefits of fermented skincare transfer perfectly into the world of cosmetics as well. The fermentation process allows skincare products to be stronger and much more absorbable to give you the best results possible, in an effective and natural way! 


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Fermented Skincare products

Florena Fermented Skincare innovates natural cosmetics, bringing the powerful, ancient and natural benefits of the fermentation process into today's cosmetic world and experimenting with new technologies and combinations to deliver innovative fermented skincare products that respect nature.

Our range of fermented skincare products includes hydrating and anti-ageing face masks and creams, brightening masks, illuminating and regenerative facial oils, as well as antioxidant cleansers, serums and makeup removers.

Some of the ingredients found in our beauty innovations include fermented active components from flowers such as camellia sinensis, jasmine and honeysuckle, oils such as argan, angelica and olive oil, as well as natural active ingredients like hyaluronic acid and vitamin E - derived exclusively from plant sources.


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Therefore, our beauty innovations have an enhanced antioxidant effect

Fermentation is a natural booster that transforms natural ingredients into powerful nutrients for the skin. Thanks to the fermentation process, our fermented oils contain at least 10 times more essential fatty acids *, including short-chain Omega 6 and Omega 9.

More specifically, our fermented olive oil contains 50 times more Omega 6 and Omega 9 than unfermented olive oil. For this reason, the formulas of Florena Fermented Skincare products have a powerful antioxidant function, which fights free radicals and strengthens the hydrolipidic film of the skin, protecting it from external influences.

* compared to unfermented oils.


Our fermented skincare process


We keep our process as natural as possible, with the least amount of interference so that the end result is the best possible outcome for your skin. 

  • 1. Preparation of ingredients

    We carefully choose oils and flowers, known for their natural properties, and extract their main components.

  • 3. Transformation

    Each ingredient ferments differently so we let each of our carefully chosen ingredients ferment for as long as necessary, without forcing the process until the transformations are complete.

  • 5. Florena Fermented Skincare's recipe

    Finally, we add the transformed, fermented active ingredients to our 100% natural formula and our powerful beauty innovations are ready.

  • 2. Addition of fermenting agents

    We then add natural fermenting agents to this precious selection and start the natural fermentation process.

  • 4. Filtration

    Once the process is completed, we continue by filtering only the fermented elements which are the transformed and enhanced ingredients to be used for our fermented skincare products.


The history of fermentation


The fermentation process is ancient and the discovery of its benefits goes back thousands of years.
From America to Korea and Japan, civilizations have learned to understand the secrets of this natural process to allow long conservation of food.

Over the centuries, fermentation has innovated the food world, giving us bread, vinegar, beer and chocolate, as well as the cosmetics world, with beauty innovations and fermented skincare products since the time of Cleopatra.

Substances like food, are fermented when they come into contact with certain microorganisms such as bacteria, yeast or moulds which then “work” within them, modifying their structure and producing lactic acid, enzymes, vitamins, omega-3s and probiotics.

Overall, fermented foods, but more generally the fermentation process, is extremely fascinating, because it tells a story of how something can be transformed into the best and most complete version of itself when in contact with certain substances and in certain situations. Basically, a life lesson that Florena Fermented Skincare applies to our range of natural and eco-friendly products.