Dear Anon, I have heard of a couple of new products in the market that claim to contain "probiotics" in their formula. Whether a facial cream or something you take by mouth, I think the key is to consider the cost of the investment and the claims of the product. I believe that the best probiotic-filled product is one that offers "live" bacteria versus freezed or processed as it would be the case of a skin care product. I am not sure how the product can garantee the effectiveness of the probiotic when the bacteria is no longer alive. Maybe you could ask the manufacturer. In the meantime, consume products that offer "live" populations of bacteria like yogurt, kefir, etc.