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Probiotic Action Announces the Use of Their Acne Treatment for All types of Skin
Date:4/29/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) April 29, 2013

Often, finding the right acne treatment or acne cream can be tough, and one type of treatment never seems to balance the skin, or remove breakouts completely. While many acne creams contain harsh chemicals that may change skin tone, dry skin, or create excess oil, Probiotic Action does not. After the release of an article by the Deccan Chronical on the negative effects of some acne treatments, Probiotic Action announced this week new information regarding the use of their acne treatment for all skin types.

Probiotic Action believes it may be the best acne treatment for all skin types because it contains no harsh chemicals, odors, scrubs, acids, antibiotics or oils- only water and probiotic spores. For those searching for an acne treatment that caters to all skin types, Probiotic Action is able to provide a treatment that is organic, and powerful, without changing the skin’s composition.

Fernando Perez, a spokesman for Probiotic Action explains why using a natural acne treatment is better for all skin types:

“Using an acne treatment that has the organic power of bacteria prevents an adverse reaction on the skin’s surface because it works with the natural bacteria amounts found on the skin. Other treatment’s only interfere with the bacteria balance by adding chemicals, or removing the bacteria that is needed to create balance and harmony on the skin. When chemicals are used instead of natural substances, irritation and discoloration occur. Additionally using a natural acne treatment allows all users to benefit as it works with the users natural chemicals and bacteria, and is not exclusive to one skin type.”

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