Discover the ultimate body products to take care of your skin microbiome: a range of soothing and nourishing innovation
The range that started a microbiome revolution. Discover the Gallinée face range, a minimalist routine for all skin types, even the most sensitive ones. Because clean doesn’t mean sterile!
You are a planet!
You are made up of human cells and of billions of bacteria living together in perfect harmony. If you look after them, they will look after you. At Gallinée we are the world’s first skin and haircare line dedicated to the health and wellbeing of Planet You. Your skin is made up of 1000s of good bacteria which form the protective layer called the microbiome. If the microbiome becomes unbalanced or stripped away, then your skin becomes inflamed and sensitive. Does this ring a bell? Well, we have the solution for you
Dr. Marie Drago, the founder of Gallinée, talks about the launch of Gallinée and what made it special.
A radiant glow from head to toe.
Soap-free and oh-so-gentle. Cleanse, soothe and nourish your skin with our patented complex of prebiotics and lactic acid. Gentle enough for face and body, the Gallinée Cleansing Bar is formulated at pH 5.8, respecting your skin's natural pH levels.
Face Vinegar creates the perfect step between cleansing and caring for the
complexion. A toner that is purifying, soothing and reparative, pores look
smaller, skin brighter.
Forget the foam. Soothing and Cleansing. Perfect for all scalp and hair types, even sensitive ones, our Soothing Cleansing Cream leaves hair clean, healthy and shiny, without foaming!
Toner but so much better. Creates the perfect step between cleansing and caring for the complexion. A toner that is purifying, soothing and reparative, pores look smaller, skin brighter.
Marie is a French Doctor in Pharmacy with 15 years experience working for innovative skincare brands. After discovering how a prebiotic and probiotic diet could improve her symptoms of gluten intolerance, Marie had a Eureka moment: What if we applied the same science to skin? She wrote a thesis on the benefits of harnessing good bacteria and then she created Gallinée.