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Probiotic Action Shares New Tips on How Prevent Acne Breakouts
Date:6/10/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) June 10, 2013

Nearly 80% of teenagers say they have had acne symptoms, a statistic that may not seem surprising to some, but Probiotic Action says the affected number of teens should not be this high. Philly.com released information earlier last week on the do’s and don’t’s of treating ance for teens and parents and highlighted several methods of controling the skin condition. For those looking for natural acne remedies, rather than the common prescribed methods, Probiotic Action shares new insight on how to prevent acne breakouts naturally.

As represented in the article, most acne sufferers are still unaware that acne has several contributing factors. While the common known contributors are hormones, dirt, and oil, Probiotic Action suggests that before trying another over the counter acne treatment acne patients should research P.acnes bacteria. Studies show the presence of P.acnes bacteria on the skin to be one of the largest reasons breakouts occur, although many are still using chemical treatments to battle this organic cause of acne.

“Instead of treating acne using harsh chemicals and antibiotics, many acne patients might find a more effective acne cure if they targeted where the acne was coming from, rather than treating the breakouts,” says Probiotic Action spokesman, Fernando Perez.

Perez suggests that since the causes of acne, (hormones, P.acnes bacteria, and pollutants) are organic, using a natural acne remedy that focuses on balancing these factors might prevent acne from happening. Seeing a physician to discuss how diet, lifestyle, and the body’s chemical makeup affect one’s specific acne case would be the first step in preventing breakouts before they happen, and then choosing the right acne treatment for thei
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