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Topical Probiotic Creator, Probiotic Action, Shares New Tips to Care for Eczema
Date:8/27/2013

Miami, Fl (PRWEB) August 27, 2013

Recent information shared by US News and World Report discussed tips for those suffering from eczema breakouts on their hands and arms. As the article states, caring for eczema breakouts presents itself as a further issue when breakout areas are on the face, hands, or neck. For those suffering from eczema in these constantly exposed areas, care treatment differs from sections normally protected by clothing. In response to the article, Probiotic Action, best known for their topical probiotic, shares additional industry insight on ways to care for eczema in exposed areas.

For those suffering from eczema, finding the right treatment and protection from external elements can be seen as a difficult task. With the recent influx of information surrounding the effectiveness of probiotics to help treat allergic reactions, many are turning to alternative, or natural treatments to help care for their different types of eczema breakouts. Traditionally, sources recommend keeping breakout prone skin properly hydrated with moisturizers, jelly’s and thick ointments, but often these treatments neglect to help reduce inflammation, and bring hydration to the skin. Probiotic Action recommends staying properly hydrated with water, as well as an internal, and topical probiotic regimen. Alongside the balancing of good and bad bacteria, probiotics have been known to aide in the creation of an environment which supports increased levels of hydration in the gut. While trials are still being conducted, Probiotic Action supports the use of topical probiotics to help maintain, and support higher levels of hydration in areas of potential breakouts.

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