You might be well briefed on the benefits of prebiotics in your diet but is your knowledge up to date with the advantages of using prebiotics in your skincare?
Prebiotics are able to help with many skin problems, from acne and environmental damage to dry and sensitive skin. Here are five things we think you need about the world living on your skin, and how to keep it happy.
Not wanting to make you feel sick, but you’re covered in bacteria; in fact, there are more bacteria on your body than human cells. But don’t worry, as they’re not all bad. There lots of good bacteria living on your body too and they are working hard to fight off the bad bacteria. The only slight issue is that they aren’t very good at staying alive. Which is why we have prebiotics. Prebiotics are essentially food for the good bacteria, so they have enough energy to fight bad bacteria and prevent acne, redness and eczema.