Topical probiotics can help you achieve beautiful, healthy skin
By Carla Snuggs
Probiotics are the beneficial bacterial and yeast that exist inside of our gut. They are also found in supplements and foods (yogurt and fermented food). One of the most common is lactobacillus another is bifidobacterium. We all know that you can take probiotics orally, but did you know that you can apply probiotics to the skin?
Dr. Debra Jaliman, Board-certified NYC dermatologist and author of "Skin Rules: Trade Secrets From a Top New York Dermatologist" states 3 reasons for using topical probiotics for great skin:
1) Topical probiotics restore the natural bacteria on the skin surface
2) Topical probiotics help inflamed skin like atopic dermatitis by decreasing inflammation
3) Topical probiotics also improve skin barrier function and skin immunity.
Dr. Jaliman does warns that people with immune system problems or serious medical problems should avoid topical probiotics.
Probiotic Action Concentrated Topical Probiotics
So you may be thinking, where can I purchase topical probiotics and how do I use them? Probiotic Action is a trusted brand of topical probiotics and can help you get the radiant skin that you’ve always wanted. Probiotic Action's topical spray solution is gentle and all-natural. I love that the topical sprayer can easily be carried in a pocket, purse of backpack for application during the day.
Probiotic Action™ topical solution helps ease the symptoms of acne, eczema, and rosacea and can be used to help ease the skin irritation commonly caused by chafing. Since I struggle with eczema from time to time, applying Probiotic Action products helps keep flare-ups at bay. Probiotic Action Concentrated Topical Probiotics is also wonderful during the hotter months and used after workouts as sweating can disturb the bacteria balance of the skin and cause uncomfortable inflammation.
What's more, Probiotic Action topical solution contains just two ingredients:
Bacillus Subtillus spore forming bacteria
Apply the topical solution to help restore the skin’s natural bacteria balance.
Have you ever used topical probiotics? Leave your comments below!