Probiotics for Enhanced Immunity and Skin Relief
When the amount of moisture in the air fluctuates, as will tend to happen when the seasons change between summer and winter. Many people tend to be troubled by the itchy skin with such weather change. They are actively looking for ways to improve this symptom, but it is never easy to tackle. Studies have found that the intestinal flora of most patients with skin sensitivity is disordered. Many people cannot relate the balance of intestinal bacteria to functionality of immune system. Most of the skin sensitivity is caused by overreactive immune system, leading to skin dryness, itchiness, inflammation, and redness. Studies have pointed out that specific probiotics strain can help improve allergic symptoms such as nasal allergy and skin sensitivity. Therefore, to improve skin sensitivity, we must first improve our gut health and strengthen the immune system.
BLACKMORES® Probiotics+ Skin Support:
- Dual-action formula providing 20 billion CFU of Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG
- Enhance immunity, it may help to reduce symptoms associated with skin problems
- Clinically proven that pregnant women taking probiotics during pregnancy and breast-feeding can reduce the risk of new born having skin problems by 68%1-2
- It may help to improve digestive health in infants
- Addition of prebiotics to keep the activity of probiotics and enhance efficacy
- Patented Tri-Phase Drying process keeps the good bacteria alive, even at humid climate
- Unique Molecular Sieve packaging technology to keep the product fresh
- Acid-resistant for enhanced efficacy
- Suitable for people who want to enhance immunity and relieve skin problems
- Suitable for pregnant and breast-feeding women and infants
- No added salt, gluten, yeast, milk derivatives. No added artificial colours, flavours or sweeteners.
- Fridge free, convenient storage and consumption.
1.Rautava S et al.. Probiotics during pregnancy and breast-feeding might confer immunomodulatory protection against atopic disease in the infant. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2002;109(1):119-21.
2.Kalliomäki, M., Salminen, S., Arvilommi, H., Kero, P., Koskinen, P., and Isolauri, E.Probiotics in primary prevention of atopic disease: a randomised placebo-controlled trial. Lancet. 2001; 357: 1076–1079.