What Does Probiotics Have To Do With Your Skin?
Constant use of harsh facial cleansers and antibacterial soaps strip your skin of healthy bacteria which leads to damaging your skin's natural bacterial ecosystem. This causes your skin to be stressed and dry, causing skin issues like breakouts, eczema, rosacea flares and psoriasis.
Probiotics are live bacteria that support the healthy bacteria in your body. This includes acting as a protective shield against bad bacteria, dialing down inflammation, preventing premature aging in skin, among other things.
Research suggests some probiotics feed healthy bacteria to balance the skin’s pH and protect against free radical damage. Probiotics in skincare optimizes the healing benefits of our skin’s good bugs
Applying a probiotic on the skin is the most direct and effective way to affect the skin’s microbiome. If you have acne-prone skin, using probiotics topically will help create an optimal environment for good bacteria to fight against acne-causing bacteria
When buying a probiotics-packed beauty product, look for ingredients like Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, Vitreoscilla and prebiotic sugars like xylitol.
Our Tea-Tox probiotics sheet mask contains a powerful concoction of 20% Lactobacillus Ferment (probiotics). It was formulated to restore your skin’s microbiome and luminosity!
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