The Probiotics You Should Put on Your Face
More than just yogurt
We?re all familiar with probiotics--a certain type of good bacteria that keep us, you know, regular.
Well, turns out those same little cultures that work wonders for your digestive tract can also work wonders on your face--especially if you suffer from acne, eczema or rosacea.
How do we know? We tried the new probiotic line TULA Skincare.
But what does that mean exactly? According to the American Academy of Dermatology, topical probiotics work via ?bacterial interference?--they literally interfere with the ability of bad bacteria to provoke an immune reaction. They can also calm inflamed skin (great for rosacea) and are effective in targeting wrinkles and preventing premature aging (great for just about anyone).
We tried the TULA product set for about a month and were pretty impressed with the results (though we can't seem to abandon our La Mer eye cream).