Good Bacteria: Your Skin’s New Best Friend

//Good Bacteria: Your Skin’s New Best Friend

good bacteria for your skin

Was there a moment in your life where your skin is at its worst? When you have tried different products whether expensive or cheap but it’s still not working for you. Well if you do, continue reading then.

Sometimes we think that if you’re having a major break-out, that you will need to fight it with products with harsh ingredients. But you are wrong. As a matter of fact, sometimes if you use harsh ingredients to fight it, there’s a bigger chance that your condition will become worse. For example, your face is more of an oil production plant. 15 minutes from taking a shower, and then boom, here comes your oily face again. Well of course what you will do is to wash your face every now and then and you will use high oil control products. But no. it will just worsen the condition. The reason why your skin is producing excess oil it’s because “they have to”. Meaning, there is something wrong with your body or regimen that is keeping your skin to produce oil to protect it. To make things short, the more you use products to remove your facial oil, the more your sebaceous glands will produce them.

So now, if you’re having a major break-out, try something different and natural. Hmm, how about some bacteria?

 

YES. BACTERIA.

Good bacteria are also known as probiotic.

The term probiotic is currently used to name ingested microorganism associated with benefits for humans and animals. Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are good for your health. Live microorganisms which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host. They are in fact live bacteria that provide health benefits both internally, and externally. Probiotics are available in foods and dietary supplements. Most probiotics are bacteria similar to those naturally found in people’s stomachs. We usually think of bacteria as something that causes diseases. Probiotics are naturally found in your body. You can also find them in some foods, supplements, cosmetics and personal care products as a bioactive ingredient.

SO, HOW IS PROBIOTIC RELATED TO SKIN CARE?

Probiotics are bacteria and by having probiotics in your skin regimen means to put bacteria on your skin. Sounds gruesome? But bacteria might be the solution to your life long skin problems. Your skin, too, naturally plays host for a number of good bacteria. But external factors (like pollution) and harsh formulas in your skincare routine can kill off these good bacteria. That’s when you get into trouble.

We truly believe that the source of gorgeous skin is a healthy inside. If you flip through health and beauty magazines on a daily basis, then you have undoubtedly noticed the surge in probiotic popularity over the last couple of years.  Most of these articles and ad campaigns target how these friendly bacteria rectify our insides and keep our immune system in tip-top shape, but there hasn’t been as much light shed on how probiotics can benefit us when applied topically.

We lovingly refer to probiotics as our skincare “friend with benefits” because they practically address every problematic skin condition that exists from acne to premature aging.

Traditional skin care products are often packed with detergents, disinfectants, harsh cleaners and chemicals that actually destroy this friendly bacteria that benefits our skin. Destroying the good bacteria on our skin increases the risk of hosting harmful bacteria on the skin’s surface

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF USING PROBIOTIC SKIN CARE PRODUCTS?

  1. Smooth dry skin

Look for probiotics in a night cream to give the active cultures a full 8 hours to do their dirty work. Here, the probiotic technology helps your skin retain the moisture it has while natural butters feed your skin restorative antioxidants that combat fine lines and wrinkles.

  1. Minimize redness or rosacea

Facial redness, chronic or not, is caused by inflammation, which makes your blood vessels visible at the skin’s surface. This liquid makeup actually treats facial redness while you wear it. Little invisible yellow- and green-tinted pearls neutralize and camouflage the visual redness while active probiotic Lactobacillus and a slew of natural extracts calm, soothe, and strengthen the skin’s barrier to lessen redness over time.

  1. Fix fine lines and dullness

The active probiotics stimulate your skin to produce its own anti-aging ingredients including collagen, hyaluronic acid, and antioxidants while rice beads and AHAs gently buff your skin to a smoother, brighter finish. And since it’s made with natural, allergen-free fragrances and ingredients, it’s suitable for vegans and those with very reactive skin.

probiotics for healthy skin

  1.  Calm stressed-out skin

The probiotics boost your skin’s natural defenses against environmental damage while calming down seriously stressed skin with cucumber, pinus bark, and Frangipani extracts. It also helps in redness, stress, and aging. Probiotics can prevent wrinkles. Good bacteria in your gut can help you eliminate the toxins and free radicals that can damage skin and cause early signs of aging. Probiotics give you a glowing complexion. It can help you digest and better assimilate the nutrients from your food. That means your skin receives more of the antioxidants, vitamins and minerals it needs to be healthy.

  1. Perk up a tired face

Consider this your skin’s daily cup of coffee. Probiotics fight off free radicals and environmental damage, and renew itself for younger-looking skin faster.

  1. Protects against aging

Probiotics may also protect the skin against photo aging. A recent study examined the impact of orally supplementing mice with a bifidobacterium strain prior to UVB radiation, three times weekly for 7 weeks. Compared to controls, supplementation significantly suppressed changes in transepidermal water loss, skin hydration, epidermal thickening, and attenuated the damage to the tight junction structure and basement membrane induced by chronic UVB irradiation, possibly via measurably-decreased interleukin-1-beta production in the skin. This study confirmed prior research from 2014, where mouse supplementation with a bifidobacterium strain attenuated UV-induced barrier perturbation and oxidative stress of the skin, possibly via reduced generation of reactive oxygen species.

It’s amazing how NAYELLE’s skin care line that contains all natural ingredients enriched with Probiotic Technology can give us different options to choose from. Feel beauty from within and this will be the answer to your undying skin problem

By | 2017-01-06T06:01:12+00:00 January 6th, 2017|Probiotics|0 Comments

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