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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 everyday cosmetics containing synthetic chemicals which can lower biodiversity and disrupt the microbiome!

The article describes how, just like in the gut, ‘dysbiosis’ on the skin ‘can cause acne causing bacteria to flourish’. Dysbiosis is when the microbiome is out of balance, and decreased in biodiversity. Biodiversity is simply the amount of different species of microbe.

It goes on to say ‘dysbiosis characterized by a lack of diversity is increasingly understood as a common theme in many skin disorders, and acne is no exception’. 

As I always say, all skin disorders have been linked with low skin microbiome biodiversity, and acne is no different!

So how do you go about solving your acne problems? Simply by increasing your skin microbiome biodiversity.

How do you do that? Firstly, stop using everyday cosmetics because they contain synthetic chemicals which disrupt your skin microbiome and lower its biodiversity. Then you need to use only 100% natural and preservative free products which will preserve and enhance your skin microbiome!

Kit Wallen Russell – 1/2 of the #JooMoTwins. We solve your skin problems by wading through all the latest cutting-edge research and cutting through the rubbish of the deceitful cosmetics industry!

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