Miami, FL (PRWEB) June 18, 2013
The human skin is the largest organ, yet many do not associate the skin as an important human body part. Similar to the liver, or heart, the skin must be properly cared for in order to function, repair and grow. Recent reports from the mankatofreepress.com explained how caring for the skin with vitamins and supplements, is just as important as other life supporting organs. The article suggests several types of vitamins and supplements to aid in skin cell reproduction, increase the appearance of skin, and fight off acne causing factors. Probiotic Action, best known for their acne remedy explains the new connection between vitamins and supplements in regard to treating acne.
Although acne is created by internal and external factors, proper care for one’s skin may prevent or lessen acne breakouts. A proper diet, and routine vitamin intake to help clear skin is similar to a diet used to balance the body’s PH levels. For overall wellness and better skin, vitamins A, B, C, Zinc, and Omega-3’s have been known to reduce skin inflammation, increase cell turnover, as well as fight infection. Since acne is part caused by P.acnes bacteria and the way one’s body reacts to internal chemical changes, maintaining a constant diet and vitamin regimen while treating breakouts with a topical probiotic may best the best acne treatment.
Probiotic Action spokesman Fernando Perez shares insight on the connection between vitamins and skin function, “Caring for your skin is simple, think of your skin as an internal organ, would you put acids inside your body? Would you put harsh chemicals and scrubs against soft muscles or tissue? If you eat junk food, will you look and feel better? The answers for most are no, and only after asking those questions do many
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