You’ve tried sauerkraut, kombucha and kimchi - now Marie Claire magazine recommends that you bring probiotic goodness from the plate to your skincare. Marie Claire UK recently featured our Clear Skin Probiotic Masque saying that the good probiotic bacteria “acts as a protective shield” for normal to oily skin. Not only does the masque defend your skin, MarieClaire advises that it helps eliminate problem skin.
How do probiotics work? Firstly, the presence of good bacteria on your skin tends to push out the bad bacteria. Secondly, the composition of probiotics in skin care makes it more easily absorbed by the body. Last of all, and most importantly, probiotics decrease inflammation which helps with chronic conditions like acne.
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