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Everything You Need to Know About Your Skin Microbiome


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"New research shows that keeping these microorganisms in balance may help to protect skin from certain conditions. For example, acne, eczema, and rosacea are now attributed to a lack of diversity in the skin microbiome, Dr. Levin explains. Eczema patients, for instance, were found to have a microbiome that's different from the microbiomes of those who do not suffer from the telltale inflammation and skin rashes. Often, skin conditions occur because the microorganisms found on the skin have changed significantly from optimal levels, she adds."

Everything You Need to Know About Your Skin Microbiome, By Alina Dizik, Shape

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