Miami, FL (PRWEB) May 13, 2013
A recent study from the Archive of Dermatology released information on a study in which expectant mothers and infants were given probiotics and other supplements to see if it would lessen the potential for eczema, and help symptoms of the skin condition. Of the 6859 participants who received supplements 11 of 17 were able to prevent eczema, while 5 out of 6 were able to effectively treat it supplements. While the study did not fully disclose which supplements or combination of were most effective, many believe the use of probiotics lead to improved results.
Probiotic Action spokesman, Fernando Perez commented on the link between eczema, bacteria, and probiotics, “Many physicians are finding that in growing bodies, maintaining a balance of flora in the intestines can help treat and prevent many illnesses. For skin conditions that involve bacteria as a cause, probiotics and prebiotics are known to dramatically help balance the levels of good and bad bacteria that cause flare ups and irritation.”
Bacteria is often the main cause of skin conditions and irritation, for those suffering from eczema or acne, bad bacteria may make the conditions worse by creating inflammation and infections. For those who have bacteria driven skin conditions, using a probiotic as an acne treatment, or eczema treatment may not only be the best acne treatment, but may reduce some symptoms.
Perez continued to add that taking daily supplements with the right mix of vitamins and probiotics to help balance the body is often the best acne treatment as well. For those who suffer from eczema, Probiotic action recommends trying a topical probiotic or pr
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