London, UK (PRWEB UK) 15 August 2013
Dr. Neal Schwartz has created a virtual, interactive medical practice that is revolutionising acne treatment, and the healthcare system in general, for non-emergent conditions, it was announced July 11th 2013. "The Acne Practice" is a day-to-day monitoring programme that utilises continuous, active interaction, referred to as "feedback medicine," to provide positive acne treatments for those suffering with adult acne, teen acne, and hormonal acne, as well as an ever-expanding platform for acne analytics. The new home version of The Acne Practice includes an extensive consultation manual and unlimited online access to resolve questions or concerns in a timely manner. (http://www.acnepractice.com/)
With this in mind, Yourwellness Magazine explored how probiotics can help to cure acne. According to Yourwellness Magazine, “Acne is a skin condition in which spots are prominent – it can affect the individual’s confidence and self esteem. Your chances of developing acne depend on whether your skin harbours a ‘good’ strain of bacteria or not. There are different varieties of bacteria, and while we don’t like the idea of this living on our skin, the reality is that some are actually good for us…some probiotics can actually help to promote the healthy bacteria found on the skin, which could help to develop a clearer complexion.” (http://www.yourwellness.com/2013/05/how-can-probiotics-help-with-curing-acne/#sthash.diWilWL9.dpuf)
Yourwellness Magazine explained that people suffering with acne have two or three strains of bacteria which are linked to the condition, whereas those with healthier skin have just one good strain which fights the harmful bacteria. Yourwellness Magazine noted that the bacteria associated with healthy skin are akin to those found in live yoghurt which helps to defend the intestines from harmful bacteria. Yourwellness Magazine commented that providing sufferers with a probiotic cream could help to block bad bacteria from damaging the skin’s balance, and as such preventing spots from forming. Yourwellness Magazine advised acne sufferers to consult their GP.
To find out more, visit the gateway to living well at http://www.yourwellness.com.