Why is Probiotic Skincare a Miracle to Skin Problems?

Trillions of microorganisms reside in the human body, which surpasses human cells. And a plethora of these diversified bacteria ecosystems (approximately 1,000 species) lives on your skin. Some of these microbes actually strengthen your skin's natural barrier against bacteria, balance your skin's pH levels, and even protect you from skin cancer.

However, using harsh facial cleansers and antibacterial soaps regularly depletes your skin of these good bacteria, or 'good bugs,' causing damage to your skin's natural bacterial ecosystem. As a result, your skin becomes agitated and dry, resulting in breakouts, eczema, rosacea flare-ups, and psoriasis.

So, how can you restore your skin's natural defences and help it to live healthily? Probiotic is your answer! 

Basics First: What is Probiotic Skincare?

Probiotics are microorganisms that are similar to the bacteria that naturally exist in your gut. She explains that they help with a variety of health functions, such as serotonin production and digestion, as well as increasing resistance to illness and infection. The more good bacteria we have in our bodies, the less likely it is that bad bacteria will take over and cause problems like gastrointestinal symptoms, IBS, and inflammation. These microorganisms constitute your skin's microbiome, which is important in keeping your skin healthy in the following ways:

  • They compete with disease-causing germs and keep them from attaching to your skin
  • They secrete enzymes that are capable of killing germs
  • They aid in the synthesis of skin-beneficial compounds
  • They also aid in the healing of wounds

Using Probiotics topically on acne-prone skin develops an optimal environment for the good bugs, tipping the balance in your favour against the bacteria that causes pimples, blackheads, blisters, etc.

Probiotic Benefits on Skin

1.    Strengthen the skin's barrier

Not only is your skin the largest organ in your body, but it is also your body's first line of protection against germs, contaminants, and toxins. The topical application of probiotics plays multiple roles in strengthening your skin's barrier function, such as killing harmful bacteria and fungi, holding hydration in your skin, and safeguarding your skin from the harmful effects of chemicals.

2.    Aids in the treatment of skin diseases and sensitivities

Probiotics can help with the treatment of skin diseases such as eczema, psoriasis, and skin cancer. Probiotic topical application not only soothes irritation and improves hydration, but it also helps reduce skin sensitivity to allergens.

3.    Lessens Inflammation

Probiotics modulate immune system function, lessening the inflammatory response related to germ invasion on your skin. This is especially beneficial in the treatment of skin conditions such as acne and rosacea.

4.    Fights Aging

Probiotics help your skin produce more peptides, collagen, and ceramides. This improves the elasticity of your skin, reducing lines and wrinkles. Certain probiotics can also serve to minimize pores and have exfoliant properties that can help to revive your skin.

How Do I Determine Whether I Require Probiotics?

If you have one or more of the following conditions, probiotics can help you.

  • Inflammatory skin conditions such as atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, and others.
  • Severe acne, dandruff, rosacea, and other skin conditions
  • Itching, irritation, rashes, and increased skin sensitivity are all symptoms of atopic dermatitis.
  • Slow metabolism or digestive problems
  • Antibiotics are taken recently

Probiotics to Look Out For

There are a plethora of probiotics-infused beauty products on the market today, but the best ones are the ones that are Ayurvedic. Just as you want the right probiotics in your body, you want the right ones on your face as well.

Cow’s ghee is one probiotic that has traditionally been in use in Ayurveda since time immemorial. This helps to balance pitta dosh in the body, nourishes the tissues of the body, and soothes, and replenishes the skin. Since it can be easily made at home, this is the most natural and safest probiotic you can use on your skin.

Probiotics from Herbostra

Herbostra - Probiotic Hand Cream

Natural herbs are blended into Herbostra Hand Cream with Probiotic Technology. Its trans-dermal blend quickly penetrates the skin to protect it from dryness while remaining non-greasy. It hydrates, nourishes, and protects the nails and cuticles. The rich texture, combined with anti-microbial properties, leaves hands soft and smooth and can be used as often as needed.

To conclude,

Probiotics are beneficial microorganisms (bacteria, fungi, viruses, or protozoa) that help your skin in multiple ways. To improve your skin's health, you can use probiotics either orally or topically. However, you must find the best combination of probiotics for your skin.

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