Miami, FL (PRWEB) April 16, 2013
Probiotic action, known as the best acne treatment shares new skincare industry insight from Dr. Lin of Mercy Medical Center on why imbalanced hormones in women may make them more prone to acne than men, and offers advice on adult acne treatment options.
Recently Dr. Janet Lin of Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore gave insight to new observations that some cases of acne are worsened by hormone imbalances. While many factors like P.acnes bacteria and external dirt and oil are still large culprits in the creation of acne, Lin suggests that since women tend to have more hormone fluctuation, their skin is more prone to the skin condition than men.
In a recent statement on WBAL TV Dr. Lin states how many in her field are tracking hormone induced acne,“ What we see in women in their 20s and 30s is this acne that concentrates along the jawline and, in women in their 20s and 30s, we look at whether acne is worsened by menstrual periods.”
While many factors contribute to acne, like dirt, oil, hormone imbalance, and chemical imbalance, historically the main factor to acne is the presence of bad bacteria known as P.acnes. When the above factors are present, P.acnes bacteria thrive in the skin’s pores creating acne symptoms like pimples, redness and irritation.
Probiotic Action spokesman, Fernando Perez suggests that in effort to fight adult acne one must take several steps to clearing the condition. “For women suffering from a hormone imbalance, the use of contraceptives or natural supplements to balance hormone levels may help some cases, but it does not treat the P.acnes bacteria that is thriving and creating acne due to the imbalance
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