Our Probiotic Skin Care Gets Big-Time Buzz

Our Probiotic Skin Care Gets Big-Time Buzz

Probiotics in skin care have been trending in the press for years now and this so-called fad doesn’t seem to be going anywhere soon. The reason why? It works.

Probiotic bacteria - or what we call “good” bacteria -  reduce redness and inflammation on the skin, help prevent infections and even allow for faster healing (Refinery29). These qualities mean that sufferers of acne and regular breakouts are increasingly turning towards probiotics. By applying a healthy dose of topical probiotics, you’re tackling acne and helping your skin function at its very best.

The media are all over the probiotic skin care trend and you should be too. Here are the latest magazines to laud the use of good bacteria for beautiful, glowing skin.

This month's InStyle magazine (with cover star Shailene Woodley) features probiotic skin care in the article "Gut Reaction" and spotlights our Clear Skin Probiotic Moisturizer. The author, Executive Editor Amy Synnott, recommends our moisturizer for keeping problem skin under control and calls out the key ingredients of tea-tree oil, shea butter, willow-bark extract and probiotics. 

Our Clear Skin Probiotic Moisturizer also graced the vanity table of actress Riley Keough featured in VanityFair.com. The granddaughter of Elvis Presley - and up-and-coming actress in hit films like Magic Mike and Mad Max: Fury Road - names our probiotic moisturizer as one of her very favorite beauty items. 

Which mask headlines Refinery29’s article “Bacteria May Be The Secret To Clear Skin”? The Clear Skin Probiotic Masque, of course. Refinery29 describes the mask as “pore purging” and praises how the mask leaves the skin soft and clean rather than dry and tight.

The Clear Skin Probiotic Masque makes another appearance, this time in the pages of Marie Claire UK. Listed in “Tried And Tested: Probiotic Skin Care”, the mask is applauded for the “protective shield” the yogurt ingredient creates over your skin and its powerful ability to eliminate the appearance of problem skin.

Have you read about our probiotic products lately? Let us know where in the comments below.

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