We know that probiotics are the best acne treatment available because our topical solution and skin cleanser are applied directly to the affected areas.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) January 09, 2014
On January 9, 2014, Probiotic Action issued a statement regarding the recent scientific breakthrough by British scientists that involves helping human bodies absorb a higher level of orally ingested probiotic bacteria.
The article published on BirminghamMail.co.uk, reports that researchers at the British University of Wolverhampton have “developed an acid coating for the probiotics, helping the bacteria to survive passage through the stomach in greater numbers.” This was done following a discovery by University researchers who learned “that many probiotics, when taken orally, died off due to acid levels in the stomach. By the time the bacteria reached the gut, their numbers had been significantly reduced, diminishing the health benefits.”
Spokesperson Fernando Perez commented, “The basis for the human immune system is the stomach. It would do little good for people to take probiotic supplements if the healthy probiotic bacteria didn’t make it to the stomach and reinforce the proper balance. This research is a major game-changing event for probiotics. Every human condition that is affected by probiotics from skin care to helping mental illnesses could possibly benefit from this breakthrough in understanding.”
Continuing, Perez says, “We know that probiotics are the best acne cream available because our topical solution and skin cleanser are applied directly to the affected areas. Now, with this new research, probiotics can have a greater impact on the areas where they are needed the most. Everyone at Probiotic Action is very excited by this research. We very much look forward to seeing the new coating in action and its results. This could be the biggest medical discovery in years.”
Probiotic Action, a pioneer in using natural acne remedies, follows all probiotic-associated products to collect information in order to help educate the public on the power of probiotics for skin care and overall health. For more information, please visit ProbioticAction.com.