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Probiotic Action Recommends the Best Acne Treatment and Offers Tips to Minimize Acne Breakouts
Date:2/22/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) February 22, 2013

On Feb 2, 2013, Probiotic Action reacted to an article posted on the health section of India.com, which proposed some do-it-yourself tips on how to reduce acne breakouts.

According to the article posted on India.com, there are three ways to eliminate acne from your skin and keep it at bay. The article said opening pores, killing bacteria and reducing the oil are essential in the fight against acne.

Fernando Perez, a spokesperson for Probiotic Action, said those are the general steps taken to clean skin, but cleaning your face is a little more complex than just using soap and water. “People often make the mistake of thinking washing your face with your hands is good enough,” Perez said. “Unfortunately, your hands have oil on them. When you use your hands to clean your face, even if you’re using a special cleanser, you’re still contaminating your skin with oil. Try using a gentle face brush or exfoliating loofa instead. That way you are getting your face as clean as possible, and removing dead skin, without putting oil from your hands back on your face.”

Perez said that by using a face brush, you can really dig deep into pores without putting oil back on to your skin. Oil is the main culprit to blame for acne breakouts and needs to be eliminated from the skin.

The article said the second step to decreasing acne is killing the bacteria by using benzoyl peroxide. However, benzoyl peroxide gets rid of most bacteria on the face. Perez also said there are some good bacteria on your skin that you need.

“Not all bacteria are bad and that’s where most acne regimens fail,” Perez said. “Probiotics are a type of healthy bacteria that helps balance all the oils and chemicals on your skin. The best acne treatment is one that can balance the good and bad bacteria, in
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