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Fig. 6

From: The impact of skin care products on skin chemistry and microbiome dynamics

Fig. 6

Longitudinal variation of skin bacterial communities in association with beauty product use. a-d Bacterial profiles collected from skin samples of 11 individuals, over 9 weeks, from four distinct body parts a) armpits, b) feet, c) arms and d) face, using multivariate statistical analysis (Principal Coordinates Analysis PCoA) and unweighted Unifrac metric. Each color represents bacterial samples collected from an individual. PCoA were calculated separately for each body part. e, f Representative Gram-negative (Gram -) bacteria collected from arms, armpits, face and feet of e) female and f) male participants. See also Additional file 1: Figure S9A, B showing Gram-negative bacterial communities represented at the genus level

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