Miami, FL (PRWEB) August 15, 2013
Recent reports released from MedicalNewstoday.com from the Journal of Gut Microbes depicted the growing use of probiotics to help reduce the side effects of skin conditions like psoriasis and rosacea. Whether internally or externally, Probiotics have been known to help reduce inflammation caused by external factors, that disrupt the levels of good and bad bacteria. For skin conditions like acne, psoriasis or rosacea, using the power of probiotics has shown favorable results to reduce swelling, redness, and sometimes infection. As a leader in topical probiotics, Probiotic Action shares industry insight on the science behind using probiotics for skin care.
Eczema, Rosacea, and Psoriasis are skin ailments that are more often related than not. Breaking of the skin associated from immune system and internal imbalances is often inflamed by outlying factors, like bacteria. As bacteria lives naturally on the skin, when a disturbance in body chemistry on the skin’s surface is present, often outbreaks, or redness of the skin increases. The science behind probiotics allows the opportunity for good bacteria to balance the negative reaction of the bad bacteria, resulting in what many patients have seen as reduce breakouts. Probiotics not only help balance the bacteria that reduces breakouts, but also creates an internal balance of bacteria which allows for increased hydration, and fluid delivery to the skin’s inflammation sites.
Fernando Perez, a spokesman for Probiotic Action commented on the success of probiotics for skin care, “We have seen tremendous relief from skin care issues like rosacea and acne, as well as psoriasis. Users who have used our '/>"/>
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