When the microbiome (gut composition: good vs bad organisms) is altered negatively skin, diseases and
problems happen. Bacteria imbalances alter the immune response, which promotes the development of skin problems such as atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, acne vulgaris, dandruff, and other skin issues.
Clearly, a poor diet and stress will happen. That’s part of life. But let’s assume a person is trying to manage stress and diet (within normal life circumstances and within balance), but the skin just won’t clear up? The next areas to address are bacteria imbalances and leaky gut (increased intestinal permeability). This is where really good probiotics and prebiotics as well as
immunoglobulins/antibodies come into play.
The right probiotics and immunoglobulins can directly alter bacteria composition by driving away all the bad bacteria. The result of this is better intestinal barrier integrity (less leaking), less inflammation, and fewer allergies.
The right prebiotics and probiotics together can rapidly change gut bacteria composition. The right prebiotics are shown to help reduce allergies. This is the correct way to address skin problems.