Probiotics are good for health, especially for internal health. Do you know that probiotics are good for skin? According to Rosini Raji, a professor of medicine at the New York University School of Medicine, patients with digestive disorders have changed their skin when taking probiotics. Professor Raji and his team started research on the link between probiotics and skin health four years ago.
Studies have shown that ingesting or applying the probiotics, a beneficial microorganism, to the skin can also help your skin. Dr. Whitney Bowie, a dermatologist, said, "The amazing science that shows how probiotics affect viscera, brain and skin."
When probiotics are applied to the skin, microorganisms act as a protective barrier against inflammation and infection. It also produces antimicrobial peptides, a natural antibiotic that can kill insects. In addition, it is more effective for people with acne or sebaceous gland inflammation. Because probiotics protect the skin from various foreign substances.
Probiotics calms the inflammation and protects the skin from aging, wrinkles and black spots, and hydrates the skin.
Raj explained that probiotics are healthy intestinal bacteria with anti-inflammatory properties and are helpful in improving skin.
Probiotics are found in yogurt, doenjang, tempeh, comb soup, kimchi, kefir and so on.