Aggressive cleansing kills "bacteria beauty"
 We used to religiously believe that facial skin must be very clean. But recent studies show that excessive use of antibacterial soaps cause serious skin problems, in particular, and even health in general.

Studies show that increased levels of "good" bacteria in the skin leads to the strengthening of the immune system, and to strengthen the body's capacity to combat wrinkles, pigmentation, and sagging skin.

Similarly, as the beneficial bacteria in the stomach and intestines of a beneficial effect on the state of the digestive tract, the presence of these bacteria in an amount sufficient to improve the skin complexion and gives elasticity and shine.

These beneficial bacteria working on the surface of the skin and actively fighting the "bad" bacteria that cause redness, irritation, acne and other infections.

Bacteria also penetrates into the deeper layers of the skin and its DNA is reduced, and also participate in the production of collagen, which is needed to prevent wrinkles.

Leading cosmetic companies, of course, already know the results of these studies and is actively working to develop tools, including good bacteria. So, next week, the brand NUDE Whose fan is a supermodel Helena Christensen (Helena Christensen) , Launched the sale of tools for the skin component N-probiotics - live microorganisms obtained from yeast.

 Aggressive cleansing kills "bacteria beauty"

Also, the French brand VICHY   in September will release a new cream Idealia, containing probiotic obtained from the fermented tea.

 Aggressive cleansing kills "bacteria beauty"

Also, the cream struggling with reddening of the skin, Redness Solutions Daily Relief Cream   from Clinique   It includes soothing lactobacilli.

 Aggressive cleansing kills "bacteria beauty"

But of course, this news should not leave you hungry at all to throw cleansing! By doing so, you will be left on your skin hundreds of "bad" bacteria that reproduce by sweat, sebum and dead skin cells. So, the main thing - to exercise moderation and use a mild detergent solution.

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Author: Anna Shustrova