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Acne and Rosacea Awareness Month: Probiotic Action Announces their Daily News Updates with Insight on the Most Common Skin Conditions
Date:6/17/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) June 17, 2013

As a leader in the skincare industry, the team at Probiotic Action are committed to finding a cure all for acne, rosacea, and eczema. As part of Acne and Rosacea Awareness Month, the AARS (Acne and Rosacea Society) has dedicated a month to creating awareness about these common skin conditions, and helping to educate the public on treatment options. Probiotic Action follows in the footsteps of the industry leading society by announcing their daily news updates via social networks and online resources for the acne and rosacea community.

Although acne and rosacea are not life threatening conditions, the side effects, both mental and physical can take away from one’s quality of life. With Acne and Rosacea Awareness Month upon us, taking time to understand the causes of these skin conditions, how they affect one’s life, and learning about proper treatment options are the best ways to eventually find an end to uncomfortable breakouts.

Probiotic Action Spokesman, Fernando Perez stated,

“My goal is to educate the public on these skin conditions in order to improve their quality of life. New information on treatment options, natural acne remedies, and tips on how to get clear skin, and scientific research is the kind of information we plan to offer to our audience in the next few weeks.”

Perez continued that with the growth of various acne products in the market, and those claiming to have acne remedies, providing the public with relevant news from trusted sources and research will help those suffering from the skin condition find the best acne treatment, or rosacea treatment for their skin type.

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