Probiotic Action Responds to an Article on Mistakes that Can Adversely Affect Skin

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Probiotic Action adds additional insight to an article published by NBC News which lists some useful tips on skin health.

On December 24, Probiotic Action issues a statement responding to a recent article which discusses health conscious ways to keep skin healthy.

Five tips were given in a recent article from NBC News. The article quoted New York City dermatologist Dr. Deborah Wattenberg, who appeared on NBC’s the Today Show. Putting down the cigarettes was her first suggestion. “Smoking is probably the worst thing you can possibly do for your body, including your skin," she said in an interview. She added that 20 percent of Americans still smoke despite the health risks.

Second, she mentioned that alcohol, candy and coffee are three things that can age your skin more rapidly by drying it out. The article states that those who consume alcohol, candy and coffee should stay hydrated by drinking six to eight glasses of water a day. She also added that a lack of sleep can increase the amount of oil on your skin, which can cause acne.

Wattenberg also explained that scrubbing your face too hard when using acne cream can actually make acne worse by irritating skin. The last piece of advice she gives is to wear enough sunscreen. “Especially in parts of the country where the weather is turning snowier and icier, remember to reapply your sunscreen — the sun reflects off the snow and ice, and you can get burned easily,” the article reports.

Probiotic Action, a company that developed an acne cream that uses probiotics to eliminate blemishes, applauded the article, and added some more useful tips on skin care. “Another thing people should consider is using moisturizers to keep your skin hydrated,” said Fernando Perez, a spokesperson for Probiotic Action. “Also, people that exercise more tend to have more energy throughout the day, so this could be a possible alternative to drinking coffee.”

Probiotic Action is an advanced acne treatment that uses a topical probiotic containing the “good bacteria” that is naturally found on healthy human skin. By using probiotics, Probiotic Action is an effective treatment that restores the normal bacteria content on skin. Probiotic Action will successfully clear skin while protecting skin against bad bacteria, free radicals, and pollutants.


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