Probiotics and skin health researchWithin the past few years, a number of scientific studies have examined the effects of probiotics on skin health. Probiotics taken internally and applied topically may improve signs of skin ageing, eczema, acne, and rosacea. Here is some of the most recent research on probiotics for skin health:
The human microbiomes both in the digestive tract and on the skin are intrinsically linked with dermatological health. A healthy gut serves as a strong foundation for health and can influence a variety of bodily processes including systemic inflammation, oxidative stress, blood sugar control, and cellular lipid production. These processes, in turn, affect the health of the skin. Probiotics taken both internally through foods and supplements and applied externally as topical probiotics, appear to be a promising and safe therapeutic modality for various skin conditions. A strong body of scientific research indicates that probiotics may improve signs of skin ageing, eczema, acne, and rosacea. By restoring the microbiomes of the skin and intestines with probiotics, it may be possible to reverse skin disorders and achieve healthy, beautiful skin!
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