Miami, FL (PRWEB) August 23, 2013
Recent information released by the New York Times shared information on the plight of eczema sufferers, and their summertime skincare troubles. As the article states, many who suffer from eczema find summertime to be an emotional and physiological issue. From breakouts, to the embarrassment of scaly looking outbreaks, it seems eczema has become a rival to acne issues and symptoms plaguing millions. To educate the public on ways to end the discomfort and embarrassment of breakouts, Probiotic Action, best known for their topical probiotics and natural acne remedies shared new tips on caring for eczema during the warmer months.
While many cases of eczema are allergy driven, often breakouts can be caused by reactions to weather, which can be troubling for those looking to enjoy the summer months. Although precautionary medications and topical ointments and sunscreens are often prescribed, recent studies from the American Journal of Pediatrics suggest that using probiotics may help reduce the presence of allergic reactions on the skin. As a leader in using probiotics for acne, Probiotic Action has long been using the power of probiotics to help treat conditions like eczema, rosacea and acne, but now offers advanced skin care tips for those using the power of probiotics to keep their skin condition under control.
Probiotic Action spokesman, Fernando Perez, offer his skin care expertise on ways to help care for eczema while using a topical probiotic, “When using a topical probiotic to help combat the presence
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