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Probiotic Cleanser Creator, Probiotic Action Shares 6 New Acne Treatment Tips
Date:8/22/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) August 22, 2013

With the recent launch of their probiotic acne cleanser, Probiotic Action shares new tips to help get clearer skin, and better results from their probiotic acne treatments. While many suffering from acne are used to using more than one acne treatment brand, Probiotic Action suggests using an acne treatment line that allows users to continue the same, chemical free treatment, and offers a few new simple steps to get clearer skin.

Don’t Pop Pimples: While the presence of whiteheads and blackheads may haunt acne sufferers to get rid of them, popping pimples and touching one’s skin will ultimately further the growth of pustules, and worsen a condition.

Stop Scrubbing: Using a scrub or harsh scrubbing cloth may seem like it exfoliates the skin, but in actuality it is disrupting the skin’s repair process, and creating micro tears for acne causing bacteria.

Don’t Stop Using Treatment’s: Often when an acne outbreak seems to lessen, users will stop using an acne cream. If users are treating their acne with a topical probiotic, stopping the treatment will once more create an unbalance of bacteria, potentially resulting in another flare up.

Eat for your Skin: The P.acnes bacteria which causes acne has said to, like many other forms of bacteria, feed off of sugar. Eating higher levels of processed foods and carbohydrates may increased breakouts. Consuming larger amounts of greens, less processed foods, along with proper hydration has been said to help clear skin.

Use Natural Products: Acne, although said to been caused by dirt and oil, is actually caused from a mix of internal chemical changes and P.acnes bacteria. Using natural products, whether, a topical probiotic, or other na
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