This particular study was published in 2016. It sums up the most important conclusion by saying “The big overall message is that there seems to be a decrease in microbiome diversity as you progress through the disease spectrum.”
The link between Psoriasis and skin microbiome biodiversity is yet another example of my 2017 discovery that biodiversity is the only indicator of skin health.
To help combat this, you should increase your skin’s microbial 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 are scientifically proven to preserve and enhance your skin microbiome, increasing its biodiversity!
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!