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Bottle of KAIBAE microbiome mist that helps nourish the skin barrier and support natural microbiome balance laying on its side on a white towel on a bathroom counter top

Destress your skin

Microbiome Mist improves radiance and skin health with wild plant polyphenols, prebiotics, and postbiotic peptides.

A hiker jumping across large boulders captured from below looking up with the sun beaming through the mountains showing what KAIBAE customers are often found doing in the wild

Connect with the wild

Replenish your microbiome with Baobab and wild plants to reconnect with your greatest vitality.

A woman on the beach spraying the microbiome mist to protect her skin from the damaging rays of the sun.

Rewild Yourself.

Rewild Yourself.

A young couple ,man and women , meditative floating in the pacific ocean, enjoying a calm waters and fresh air

Why the Microbiome Matters in the Era of Covid-19

The gut and skin are homes to the microbiome, a vital living layer that's essential for protection against harmful invaders and critically important to the absorption of nutrients...

15 Amazing Benefits of Baobab You Will Love

The baobab tree is clearly a remarkable wild plant, but what are the health benefits of baobab powder and why are they so potent?

Women by the ocean holding  bottle with microbiome mist to refresh skin allover  for probiotic balance on face and body

Prebiotic Skincare

Biodiversity refers to the variety of life seen in the number of species in an ecosystem and is a marker used to measure the health of a living system. A forest needs biodiversity to thrive — and so do the gut and skin microbiomes in the human body...

The Key to Unlocking A Healthier Urban Life

How do we regenerate human health in modern urban life? One solution: Ancient wild plants. Both CNN and National Geographic reported on the Hunter-Gatherer societies who have incorporated ancient wild plants into their diets and lifestyles for centuries.