Prevents Pustule 'Acne' Formation
The probiotics will line the gut and create a healthy, sealed barrier that prevents inflammation that can trigger acne or rosacea
Regulates Skin PH
Probiotics are also great for treating Pathogens. The reason they are so effective is because they produce lactic and acetic acid.
Moisturizes Skin Layer
Probiotics strains that have been shown to promote ceramide production, which are healthy lipids naturally found in skin that trap moisture and strengthens the skin barrier
Controls Oily Skin
Probiotics have also been found to reduce the production of sebum. Sebum is the oily secretion of the sebaceous glands and if this is excessive it can be responsible for not only the oily skin but acne.
Smoothens and Softens Skin
Glycerin regularly can make the skin smooth and prevent other problems associated with dryness. This also helps in smoothing the skin and face by filling in the microscopic cracks in the dry skin.
Enhance UV Protection
The study results provide evidence that ingested probiotic bacteria accelerate the recovery of skin immune homeostasis after UV-induced immunosuppression
Elasticizes 'Anti Aging' Skin
The reports demonstrate that probiotics can restore acidic skin pH, alleviate oxidative stress, attenuate photoaging, improve skin barrier function, and enhance hair quality.
Probiotics help consist of healthy skin. Healthy skin reduced transepidermal water loss and thus improved stratum corneum barrier function.
Supplements Vitamin E
While vitamin E's main role in creams and lotions is as an antioxidant, it could help soften skin as well. It can help reduce the appearance of scars.
Accelerates Cell Renewal
The probiotics may help to stimulate cell renewal for an overall brighter and more even skin tone
Prevents Skin Inflammation
The probiotics modulate the development of the immune system, often shifting the immune response toward regulatory and anti-inflammatory conditions.
Enhances Useful Metabolites
Studies demonstrate for the first time that metabolites produced by probiotic Lactobacillus acidophilus and four other species of Lactobacilli.