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What Causes Acne? Probiotic Action Shares New Industry Insight on Why the Skin Condition Still Exists
Date:6/12/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) June 12, 2013

The root of what causes acne has been discussed by skin care experts and dermatologists for ages. While many are unsure of the direct root, the presence of P.acne bacteria, hormone fluctuation, dirt, and oil are often the culprits. A recent article by theatlantic.com discussed the on going scientific research to discover the root of acne, what triggers it, and why researchers still haven’t found a cure. Probiotic Action, best known for their natural acne remedy which uses probiotics for acne shares industry insight on why finding a cure-all for all acne conditions is so difficult.

For most, acne occurs at the onset of puberty and often lasts well into one’s adult years. While there are thousands of acne remedies available, each over the counter acne treatment is not designed for one’s chemical composition, and acne condition. Since acne is caused by external and internal factors, finding a remedy that is able to balance the causes and growth of acne is difficult.

“Each acne case is unique to the individual, making this condition more difficult to create a singular acne treatment that targets all types of acne. That being said, we have found great results in using probiotics for acne since P.acne bacteria is the only constant cause that can be determined and measured. We’ve found that by targeting one aspect of acne at a time, we are closer to a cure,” says Probiotic Action spokesman Fernando Perez.

Perez went on to explain that most illnesses or conditions can be cured through clinical trials and tests, but with acne, there is no way to recreate all of the external and internal contributors to f
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