Americans spend over $40 billion on weight and digestive products each year. Do you think about what you are putting into your mouth? As part of your health regimen are you making sure you have healthy bacteria in your diet? Beneficial bacteria is crucial to keeping your digestive system on track. Probiotics are quickly gaining popularity to help improve overall health and specifically for the digestive tract. Probiotics can be found in nutritious foods and are also available in a pill form. The pro-life bacteria is described as living microorganisms that produce digestive benefits for the host.
But did you know probiotics can also improve your skin's health? Your skin is your bodies first protective barrier against outside toxins. Beneficial bacteria serves as a natural defense to potential unhealthy bacteria. The healthy form of bacteria also helps maintain your pH balance, which will stop your skin from becoming too oily or too dry.
In a recent article by Beauty Stat editors explain why probiotics are a crucial part of a skincare regimen. Using probiotics can reduce cell damage by up to 50 percent, according to Beauty Stat. The healthy bacteria can also boost cell renewal by up to 70 percent. In addition, Beauty Stat claims that probiotics can improve the skin's immune system, protect collagen and rehydrate your skin. Overall, experts believe probiotics can ease the aging process.