Beauty is Skin Deep. It’s ⏰ to Fix Your Gut

“You’d get these beautiful models, and they’d have really bad skin,” stated Rose-Marie Swift to The New York Times. Swift is a makeup artist for Gisele Bündchen and Kate Bosworth. This MUA to the stars continued, “I’d tell them to eat fermented foods, but nobody does.”
Well, we think Ms. Swift (no relation to Taylor, but probably on her squad) might be onto something! Studies have found probiotics go a long way in improving the biodiversity of microbes in your gut. In turn, inflammations don’t spur up under your skin causing those embarrassingly chapped hands or puffy cheeks you want to pop.
One such case in Japan found that taking the probiotic strain Lactobacillus casei over an eight week period reduces flakiness on the face. Meanwhile, another study found Lactobacillus rhamnosus can minimize the appearance of adult acne in 12 weeks.
Whether it be our blotchy, red cheeks or flaky scalp or dry hands, we all have hang-ups over our skin. While these skin conditions may vary, they all have one common cause–poor gut health. Wanna glow on the outside? Then you need to grow good bacteria on the inside. Channel your inner Kate Bosworth and power down that probiotic like you’re Gisele lifting Tom Brady during acroyoga. Oh yeah, that’s a thing. Google it. But take your probiotic first!

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