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Your Skin and Probiotics


Your skin is the largest organ on your body, making it one of the most obvious indicators of your overall health. And you shouldn’t ignore its warning signs. Wrinkles, acne, dryness – these are some of the most common markings of unhealthy and aging skin. Today, probiotics are helping heal these blemishes and are helping to restore the natural glow of the skin without harsh chemicals. 

Probiotics, which are live bacteria and yeast, are considered ‘good’ because they keep our guts healthy by ensuring the natural balance within us. In fact, they affect our total wellness, including skin health. Here are four ways in which probiotics affect your skin health.

Preventing Wrinkles

Eliminating toxins and free radicals helps prevent skin damage and aging. Not only do probiotics flush these out of your body, but they also repair their damage.

Strengthening Barrier Function 

The skin protects your internal organs from external threats like pathogens and other toxins. In addition to the microflora that live in your gut, there’s also a skin microbiome filled with ‘friendly’ bacteria. With probiotics, this skin microbiome protects against ‘unfriendly’ bacteria, free radicals and pollutants that speed aging.

Upholding Moisture

Not only does well-hydrated skin help with dryness, but it also helps wrinkles appear less visible. Probiotics help skin uphold moisture in aging women.

Protecting Against Sun Damage

Ninety percent of your skin’s aging stems from sun damage. Probiotics can help you protect your skin against damaging ultraviolet rays that cause premature wrinkles.

Improving Complexion

Scientific research has proven that the anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties found in probiotics suppress the growth of bacteria and inflammation that contribute to acne. People using probiotics noticed results in just two weeks.

Preventing Rosacea

Often starting with the tendency to blush or flush more easily than other people, this skin disease results in redness that slowly spreads beyond the nose and cheeks to the chin and forehead. Permanent redness in the face can occur with time. It’s more common in women than men, typically appearing between the ages of 30 and 60. Recent studies have shown that probiotics can help prevent and improve rosacea.

BioEsse Probiotics, our premium line of probiotic skincare products are made with natural ingredients that have been scientifically proven to minimize skin irritations, the appearance of wrinkles, discoloration and other common conditions.

With our probiotic technology, our team has been able to extract the most natural and bio-identical probiotic for the skin. While others extract their ingredients from animals, plants and the soil, we are the only product that uses what we know: the human body.

With our special Qi ProBiomics formula, your skin will never look or feel the same again. Scientifically proven to smooth, revitalize, rejuvenate and clarify the skin in 30 days or less, try BioEsse Probiotics today!

 


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