Probiotic Action Responds to an Article from the Daily Mail Regarding the Long-Term Effects of Poor Skin Health

Following a recent article which stated that one man’s fight against skin cancer may have to do with his lack of skin care in his younger years, Probiotic Action offers a response.

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Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) December 25, 2012

On December 25, Probiotic Action releases a statement in response to a recent article published by the Daily Mail concerning the long-term effects of poor skin treatments.

According to the article, Dr. Chris Steele has been diagnosed with skin cancer three times in the last 16 years. In a recent article from the Daily Mail, Steele recalls that he did a very poor job of taking care of his skin during his twenties. “When I look back at the way my generation behaved in the sun 40 or so years ago, quite frankly it horrifies me,” he said in the article.

He added that he rarely used sunscreen back then and if he did he didn’t know what factor it was. Steele continued by explaining that he would frequently get serious, painful sunburns. The article states that while at the time many people didn’t think too much of sunburns, doctors and dermatologists today now know that getting painful sunburns every few years can triple the likelihood of having skin cancer.

Steele said that possibly the worst thing he did was try to treat his acne with a sunlamp when he was a teenager. He suffered from a very bad case and, after sitting in front of one for twenty minutes (even though the directions only suggested using it for two minutes the first time), got really bad blisters on his face. “I think this could be why I developed cancer on my face years later,” Steele said.

Fernando Perez, a spokesperson for Probiotic Action, said that it is unfortunate that some people are still suffering due their teenage acne. “Luckily, we are now aware of the dangers presented from not using sunscreen and this knowledge can help people avoid the negative long-term effects that it poses,” Perez said. “While using sunlamps may have helped clear acne for some people it is obviously not the best acne treatment and can in fact contribute to the development of skin cancer.”

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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