Acne & Wrinkles Lost Thanks to Cream from Bacteria
Many people believe that the bacteria present in yogurt is good for digestion. Recent research also proves that good bacteria can help boost the immune system and control weight. The good bacteria known as probiotics are not only beneficial to the digestive system, but also have a good effect for beauty. The benefits can eliminate acne and wrinkles, and make skin moisture awake. Beauty products have also created a cream with this bacteria content. Clinique, Lancome and Nude are products that rely on bacteria to make facial skin soft, smooth and lock it.
Reported by the Daily Mail, probiotics can improve the balance of bacteria in the skin, in the same way to repair the intestine. We all have good and bad bacteria in the skin, called skin microflora. Microflora can be disturbed by the balance of cosmetic substances used, such as facial cleansers that contain lots of alcohol. These products can make the skin more sensitive, acne, and even eczema. Although yogurt contains good bacteria, but that does not mean you can smear it to the skin. According to dermatologists, good bacteria present in facial creams have been specially designed, while yogurt is not designed for skin. Beauty products that contain good bacteria and yogurt also have different seeds. Clinique has been researching the benefits of good bacteria for years. The New York skincare product found good bacteria as skin softener, overcoming irritation and skin inflammation. Clinique has been researching the benefits of friendly bacteria over the past ten years. They found that probiotic creams can overcome irritation and inflammation. Other nursing products that contain bacteria are Nude. English skin care is the first brand to develop all its products with good bacteria. Nude’s mainstay of ‘Advance Cellular Renewal’ contains high concentrations of probiotics. When released September 2010, the serum was sold out immediately. Unfortunately Nude products have not entered into Indonesia. We are very happy, probiotics work to improve aging, accelerate cell renewal, so we use bacteria as a material in all our anti-aging products, says Emma Newman, product manager for Nude. (kick / hst)