Testing room that deepens research
on natural fermentation
The testing room introduces the accumulated fermentation technology of LG H&H,
and is also a space
where fermentation ingredients and
product materials that are good for the skin are developed through active research.
Testing room guide
- LG H&H fermentation research and future technology introduction
- Introduction of fermented active ingredients that are favorable for the skin
- Conference table
- Clean bench
- Experimental tools
A space for natural fermentation research
the secrets of natural fermentation
This is a space where the accumulated fermentation
technology data of LG H&H is displayed,
and experiments for fermentation research
are conducted to study anti-skin aging materials.
numbers of experiments,
the results of the accumulated fermentation technology
can be seen throughout the research space.
future of natural fermentation research
The data reveal the fermentation technological
accumulated by LG H&H, along with the present performance
and future potential of fermentation research.
Fermentation research of LG H&H and future technology
that realizes anti-skin aging
Fermenting microorganisms such as lactic acid bacteria and yeast convert plant nutrients into low-molecular-weight forms that are easy to absorb.
Smaller particles are better absorbed by the skin and are more effective.
Plants are fermented with microorganisms with excellent human safety.
Active ingredients in the
Developing cosmetics with a fermentation concept
that integrates past traditions and experiences
with modern technology
Launch of various products based on microbiome technology
Development of products reflecting 86 types of plant-fermented
liquids applied with natural fermentation technology
Applying excellent efficacy to products by reinterpreting the
fermentation technology of the past with a modern approach
Skin microbiome research, which explores various microorganisms present in the skin,
is the latest skin science field in which global cosmetic companies, including LG H&H, are competing.
Here in Hokkaido, we plan to continue to develop fermentation and microbiome materials
and technologies in cooperation with local Japanese companies and university research institutes.