Benefits of Probiotics for Skin Care
Probiotics are known as healthy bacteria that help the body maintain its function of the intestines and to support the immune system. They are also the key to a healthy digestive system and used to detoxify the system. Recently, however, there has been talk about using topical probiotics for acne, which really led us to ask... what are the other benefits of probiotics for skin care?
Other than promoting gut health, probiotics actually play a number of important roles throughout the body when it comes to our health.
Probiotics help to fight off viruses and colds, and repair tissue damage and injuries. Other than that, they also help to regulate our appetite and manage our weight. Also, probiotics also play a part in the production of serotonin - a feel-good hormone - and as such, they help us to manage our moods.
When it comes to our skin, probiotics helps by protecting and strengthening the skin’s mechanisms. To expand, here are 7 benefits of applying a probiotic skin care routine:
When applied topically, probiotics form a protective shield on the skin's surface. This shield helps to strengthen the skin's natural defense mechanisms and make skin more resistant to damage from environmental stressors.
Probiotics help to stabilize the lining of the intestinal walls. This limits the growth of inflammatory-inducing microorganisms. By doing that, probiotics also help reduce inflammation on the skin that causes skin conditions such as acne and rosacea.
Topical probiotics help fight the effects of aging such as fine lines and wrinkles. Probiotics might also help in building collagen, which helps the skin retain its tone and texture and reduces the signs of aging.
Applied topically, probiotics offer more protection against damaging UV rays. Of course, you should still apply organic sunscreen and wear a hat for protection from the sun, but probiotics provide some help by strengthening the skin's immune system and speeding up skin cell repair.
Unlike antibiotics and antibacterial products that damage our bacterial ecosystem, probiotics introduce friendly bacteria that help to rebuild and protect our skin's ecosystem instead.
Topical probiotics have been found to be effective in preventing acne. When applied to the skin, probiotics form a protective shield that prevents harmful pimple-causing bacteria from reaching the skin. By doing that, probiotics help to prevent these bacteria from aggravating the immune system and triggering inflammation, therefore reducing active skin lesions and preventing acne from developing.
Similar to how probiotics help to reduce acne, topical probiotics help to control rosacea by acting as a shield on the skin and strengthening the skin barrier to reduce redness, burning, stinging, and dryness.
With all these benefits of probiotics for acne, rosacea, and skin health, it's no wonder why so many people are jumping on the bandwagon and trying it out for themselves. Include probiotics into your organic skin care routine and try it out for yourself. Use probiotic skin care products, like our probiotic facial toner, for 4 to 8 weeks and enjoy the positive effects it will have on your skin.