Miami, FL (PRWEB) May 10, 2013
A recent article published in The Post-Gazette online released information from a University of Pittsburgh study mentioned how researchers are measuring the levels of good and bad bacteria to determine one’s propensity to harbor acne causing bacteria. Probiotic Action, known for their adult acne treatment, explains how results from these new tests may help acne sufferers.
Like many other illnesses, acne symptoms can be reduced with the right acne cream, acne treatments, and supplements. For those suffering from a cold, doctors recommend stocking up on vitamin C, but often forget to mention taking probiotics to defend against bacterial infections like acne.
Probiotic Action Spokesman, Fernando Perez explains how testing patients bacteria levels may help prevent, and reduce acne if treated properly:
“Acne has many causes- the most unknown, but biggest cause is the p.acnes bacteria that thrive in the skin’s pores. If we had the ability to find out the bacteria levels in the human skin, and whether or not someone was deficient in good bacteria levels needed to fight acnes, we would be able to take the appropriate amount of probiotics. Whether internally, or as a topical acne cream using probiotics could be the best acne treatment to reduce breakouts and other symptoms of acne,” says Perez.
Additionally Perez adds that the increased attention and research being done to explore the bacteria that cause acne, may also help in the reduction of anti
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