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Good Bacteria for Healthy Skin

Nurture Your Skin Microbiome with Pre- And Probiotics for Clear and Luminous Skin

Paula Simpson

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Harness the nourishing power of good bacteria

You know that the gut microbiome affects a wide array of health issues, but what about the microbiome on your body's biggest organ? The skin microbiome affects conditions like psoriasis, eczema, and acne, protects your skin from harmful invaders, and strengthens its moisture barrier. An imbalanced microbiome intensifies these conditions, so how can you take care of the good bacteria that maintains balanced, healthy skin?
Written by a skin microbiome expert, Good Bacteria for Healthy Skin is a friendly, comprehensive, science-backed exploration of what this complex system is, what it does, and how to nourish it. You'll learn about how your lifestyle affects your skin microbiome, how microbiome imbalances impact skin conditions, and the benefits of probiotics and prebiotics. You'll also discover a skin detox plan and a beauty wellness regimen to keep your good bacteria happy and your skin looking healthy, youthful, and fresh.

Ulysses Press, 9781612439303, 208pp.

Publication Date: August 20, 2019



About the Author

Paula Simpson is a holistic beauty expert who has integrated her expertise in biochemistry, nutrition, natural health and beauty to drive innovation within the medical, wellness and personal care sectors. With global recognition as a formulation expert for nutrition-based skincare (nutricosmetics, ) Paula has dedicated her time in innovating and educating both the medical aesthetic and personal care industries on the importance of nutrition to promote healthy skin and natural beauty. Formally recognized as a leading innovator in natural beauty, she has combined her scientific and holistic background to create some of the most successful nutricosmetic and beauty wellness brands available today. At the forefront of science and clinical research in the area of skin nutrition, she is a regularly sought-after expert and has contributed her time to programs including E! News, Entertainment Tonight, MSNBC, Good Morning America, KTLA, ABC and Fox News and publications with Allure, Alternative Medicine, Huffington Post, InStyle, Mindbodygreen, New Beauty Magazine, PopSugar, Readers Digest, Refinery 29, Rodale Organic Life and more.