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Skin Cancer
Sam Wallen Russell

Skin Cancer and the Microbiome

https://youtu.be/-prRuQWaB64 “Bacteria on our bodies may be protecting us from Skin Cancer” read the headline in the New Scientist. Research at the University of California,

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Dermatitis
Sam Wallen Russell

How to beat: Dermatitis

A scientific study found that the skin microbiome biodiversity massively decreased for patients during AD flares. Read the 2012 published research here!  The study describes

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Allergies
Kit Wallen Russell

How to beat: Allergies

Exposing yourself to a diverse range of microbes in your environment, resulting in higher biodiversity on the skin, results in fewer allergies. This was the

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Psoriasis
Kit Wallen Russell

How to beat: Psoriasis!

Psoriasis is a long term skin condition which currently affects 2% of people in the UK. A recent paper Read the 2018 published research or

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Rosacea
Kit Wallen Russell

How to beat: Rosacea!

Rosacea is a common long term skin problem which, like ALL other skin problems, has been linked to low skin microbiome biodiversity (dysbiosis) on the

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Eczema
Kit Wallen Russell

How to beat: Eczema!

Low skin microbiome biodiversity is linked with eczema – this was described in published research. The solution? Increase your skin microbiome biodiversity and give up

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Acne
Kit Wallen Russell

How to beat: Acne!

Low skin microbiome biodiversity is linked with acne – this was described in published research. The solution? Increase your skin microbiome biodiversity and give up

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Videos
Sam Wallen Russell

Flashback: Top 10 Myths

Top 10 of the so-called ‘natural’ skin care industry. Intro Myth #1 Myth #2 Myth #3 Myth #4 Myth #5 Myth #6 Myth #7 Myth

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