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Rosacea, Acne, or Eczema? Probiotic Action Offers a Topical Probiotic to Treat the Most Common Skin Conditions
Date:6/14/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) June 14, 2013

Rosacea is said to affect 16 million Americans, eczema, another 14 million, and acne affects nearly 17 million; combined, it seems that most of the population have one or more of the skin conditions mentioned. As U.S. News reports, often deciphering the difference between one skin condition and another may be difficult as they all seem to have similar symptoms. Probiotic Action explains how these skin conditions are similar, and offers advice on how to treat them effectively.

Rosacea, Acne and Eczema are conditions that react to a patient's internal chemistry, and external factors. Stress, weather changes, allergic reactions, and reactions to cosmetics are all the causes of the common skin conditions. Due to their similar symptoms, patients are often prescribed similar medications that aim to reduce the redness, flaky skin, and breakouts associated with each skin condition.

Probiotic Action spokesman Fernando Perez explains how these skin conditions are related, and offers a new way to treat symptoms without the use of harsh prescription drugs, “When the skin’s balance is interrupted by an internal reaction, the outward effects of rashy looking breakouts and bumps are usually worsened by bacteria living on the skin. For those suffering with eczema, acne, or rosacea, finding a treatment that helps control the levels of good and bad bacteria on the skin to stop the spread of infections could be the best overall treatment.”

Perez went on to suggest that using a topical probiotic that targets the levels of bacteria that spread infection, and helps to reduce inflammation may reduce many of the symptoms associated with the skin conditions. While
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