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Skin Probiotic: Beauty From Beneath

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They say beauty starts from the inside. With our new skin probiotic, it just became a little bit easier. Skin is our biggest organ and does the most work for our body. It creates a protective barrier from environmental factors, regulates temperature and electrolytes, alerts us to pain and pressure, and even assists in some vitamin production.

Through research and peer-reviewed studies, we have a formulated nutrient-packed probiotic to keep you looking and feeling healthy.

Let’s break down this amazing formula by the powerful ingredients packed inside and how each will help you to glow from the inside out.

 

Vitamin A

Is essential for skin, eyes, and reproductive health but you may not always get enough from the foods you eat. It encourages healthy skin cell growth potential, protects against UV damage, and can even help fight some kinds of acne. When you do not have enough vitamin A in your system there would be visible tells with wrinkles, damage, and acne (7,9).

 

Astaxanthin

Is an amazing antioxidant which means that it can lower oxidative stress from environmental factors. It has also been linked with increased blood flow to help keep skin hydrated, happy, and plump. If you are a smoker or live with one, work or often play out of doors, or have a little extra weight, antioxidants are essential for healthy glowing skin (5, 8, 10).

 

Lycopene

Is a fantastic inflammation-fighting carotenoid. This helps with skins defense to environmental stressors. Normal aging processes like oxidative stress can really show by prematurely aging your skin. Natural occurring lycopene levels in your body’s tissue have been shown to replenish quickly with supplementation. Not just skin benefits but also a boost to brain, vision, relieve inflammatory-related pain, and even supports bones (5, 11, 12).

 

Lactobacillus johnsonii (La-1) & Lactobacillus paracasei (St-11)

These strains have research showing impact on moisture retention on a cellular level. They also have an essential role in skin and scalp homeostasis by maintaining skin barriers, reducing flaky skin appearance via hydration, decrease skin sensitivity, and reactivity. They are the little helper that keeps the good in and deflect what isn’t maintaining healthy hydrated skin from the inside out (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6).

 

With sunny days coming and exposure to the sun, environment, and even internal stressors you can help to protect your skin. With skin antioxidants you can keep your largest organ, skin, looking youthful and healthy for year-round. With our Skin Probiotic, your skin will stay hydrated and protected with the wonderful blend of antioxidants, vitamins, nutrients, and specific probiotics. So put up the barrier for your skin from the inside out, and add the skin probiotic to your packs or ask for more information from our Persona nutritionists today.

References:

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  2. Reygagne P, Bastien P, Couavoux MP, et al. The positive benefit of Lactobacillus paracasei NCC2461 ST11 in healthy volunteers with moderate to severe dandruff. Benef Microbes. 2017;8(5):671-680.
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