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How to Find the Best Acne Treatment for Every Skin Type with New Insight from Probiotic Acne Treatment, Probiotic Action
Date:6/11/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) June 11, 2013

Finding and acne treatment that is meant for one’s skin type is nearly impossible when purchasing an over the counter, or prescription acne treatment. After many trials, acne sufferers may find that labels describing skin types as “Dry,” “Normal,” or “Oily,” simply do not encompass their skin type. To find the right acne treatment, Probiotic Action shares new insight on what causes acne, to help those with the condition find the right acne treatments to suit their skin.

For acne patients, some have cases that are more hormone driven, food related, and/or bacteria fueled, but do not realize the intensity of each cause is what makes one’s condition different from the next.

“Understanding that there are several culprits behind what triggers acne is the first step in understanding which treatment is correct,” Says Probiotic Action spokesman Fernando Perez on how to find the best acne treatment.

As Perez and other skin care experts agree, body chemistry plays a major role in the way bacteria on the skin reacts and causes acne. If a person eats foods that are known to spike insulin, or has a hormonal imbalance, these chemicals can feed the bad bacteria, create oily skin conditions, and be the root of severe breakouts. For those with oily skin, or occasional breakouts, making changes in diet along with a probiotic acne treatment may subside breakouts and balance the PH levels of the skin.

For those with dry, flaky skin, Perez suggests using non- oil based or alcohol based moisturizers, avoiding harsh scrubs which may damage broken skin, and an acne cream that helps to balance the skin’s PH and bacteria levels.

To find the best acne treatment for one’s skin type, seeking the advice of a dermatologist to determine the specific cause of one’s acne condition, and learn more about the acne causing P.acne bacteria on Probioticaction.com.

Probiotic Action is an advanced acne treatment that uses probiotics for acne containing the “good bacteria” that is naturally found on healthy human skin. By using probiotics, Probiotic Action is an effective treatment that restores the normal bacteria content on skin, while battling what causes acne. Probiotic Action will successfully clear skin when used as an adult acne treatment while protecting skin against bad bacteria, free radicals, and pollutants*.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Probiotic Action is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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