It goes beyond skin-deep, integrating internal health with outer radiance.
The skin you’re in
Not only does your skin play a crucial role in your appearance, but it also carries out numerous essential functions for your body.
Your skin is your largest organ and has a large contact surface with the outside environment. It’s also home to billions of bacteria, fungi, and viruses that make up the skin microbiota. Similarly, to those in our gut, skin bacteria play an important role in maintaining a healthy immune system and protecting the skin from pathogens.
What does your skin tell you?
Despite being on the outside of your body, your skin can provide a surprisingly clear indication of what's going on inside.
Healthy skin is an excellent indicator of a healthy body. The skin's appearance, texture, or condition can indicate, among other things, nutritional deficiencies and hormonal imbalances. Good nutrition, hydration, stress management, and a healthy lifestyle are natural ways to support the skin's vitality and radiance.
The skin can provide valuable insight into our overall health and serve as a reminder to prioritize holistic well-being.
Taking care of your skin from within
Most of us think that caring for our skin comes from the outside. However, taking good care of your skin from the inside may have a greater effect on how your skin looks and feels than you might think.
Making probiotics part of your daily routine is an excellent way to support a balanced gut and enjoy a healthy, glowing complexion. Although more research is to be done regarding probiotics and skin care, findings so far indicate that certain probiotic supplements can aid in improved skin elasticity and increased skin hydration in adults, children and those with common skin conditions.
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