Recent studies say probiotics are great to enhance your beauty regime. Skin is a barrier against dirt and pollution. Probiotics help to reestablish balance as well as having an anti-inflammatory effect. You want the “good” bacteria to be there to combat the “not so good” bacteria. In addition, probiotics help with exfoliation and can actually help in remedying dandruff.
Did you know that probiotics contain live microbes like bacteria and yeast?
When most people think of probiotics, they think about what they eat to help with regulating their digestive system. And while probiotics are extremely beneficial in that area, people are finding that in addition, they can have lots of benefits in the skincare department as well. When eaten, probiotics can help your body by replenishing good bacteria in your body, which promotes a regular digestive system.
Your skin goes through a great deal of strain by acting as a wall to protect your skin from all of the pollutants in the air. Probiotics can be helpful in keeping the damage to a minimum, as well as being effective against acne and rosacea. There a still mixed scientific reports on using probiotics as a skin care product, but the results are promising.
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