Miami, FL (PRWEB) April 26, 2013
With the rise in antibiotic resistant bacteria, many are wondering if using antibiotics for acne is contributing to the resistant bacteria that is making many people sick. An article by the New York Times recently quoted Britain’s chief medical officer saying, antibiotic resistance is a “Ticking Time Bomb”, igniting probiotic suppliers to help combat the rise of these resistant bacteria. Probiotic Action reacts by providing acne sufferers with an alternative solution to antibiotic acne treatment with their probiotic solution.
Probiotic Action has been well known as an adult acne treatment, but many have been confused as to whether or not Probiotics are the same as Antitbiocs. In order to clearly define and debunk the difference between probiotics and antibiotics as an acne treatment, Fernando Perez of Probiotic Action explains the difference:
“For many, the idea of having bacteria living on the skin or in the body means that they are sick- this is untrue. To have ultimate wellness, the body must have balanced amounts of good and bad bacteria to fight bacteria infections like ance, and other illnesses. Using antibiotics rids the body of all bacteria, removing the good bacteria that aid in daily body function and immune support. Using probiotics as an acne cream, or as an acne treatment allows users to skip the harmful side effects of antibiotics, and treat the bad bacteria by fighting it organically with good bacteria- not removing it”.
As a leader in the probiotic industry, Probiotic Action is committed to the education of acne causes, the increased use of probiotics for wellness, and is an advocate of n
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