Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory condition that affects the skin, joints, and heart. Learn about how the microbiome changes in psoriasis.
Bacteria in the microbiome can form biofilms. Biofilms pose a threat to oral and skin health. Learn about bacterial biofilms and how they can be treated.
Mosquito bites bacteria can cause skin irritation as well as disease. Learn what attracts mosquitoes to human skin to prevent yourself from disease. Learn why mosquitos bite you.
Synbiotics are a combination of probiotics and prebiotics in the form of nutritional supplements. Learn about the benefits of synbiotics in treating eczema.
A new beauty trend is to use baby poop face masks. Learn if there is any science behind the poop facial.
The fungal microbiome is a natural and healthy part of the skin. Read on to learn about the skin fungal microbiome in health and disease.
How often do you clean your makeup brush? If that answer is never, there may be bacteria living on your brushes. Learn about the microbiome of your makeup brushes.
The microbiome and epigenetics may be related to benefit your health. The skin's genes are sensitive to good and bad bacteria. Click to learn more
Probiotics can help your gastrointestinal tract and stomach detox and eliminate waste from your body. Probiotics can also help detox your skin by eliminating bacteria.
Stress can wreak havoc on your microbiome. Learn to reduce stress for an overall happier and healthy self.
To have a diverse gut microbiome, we need to eat specific types of carbohydrates. Raw potato starch, fruits, and grains are some of the foods you should build into your diet.
It is important to keep your skin microbiome diverse when you suffer from eczema. Read about resetting your microbiome with bleach baths and other eczema treatments.
Alternative treatments to steroid cream for eczema. List of remedies to treat eczema without steroids. Avoid harsh steroid cream side effects.
The Gut Microbiome can affect your skin health. The gut microbiome is thought to play a role in nutrition, metabolism, and the development of our immune system. Learn how what you eat can affect your skin.
Gut microbiome health may be an important determinant of healthy skin. Learn how your skin microbiome is related to gut health.
Your dog has thousands of bacteria on there paws and fur. You and your furry friend might share a similar microbiome. You and your pet may be closer than you think
The microbiome is a community of bacteria that live on your skin and are extremely important for your overall skin health especially when it comes to treating eczema.
Your gut health plays a role in your skin. Research explores the relationship between gut health and skin problems.
There have been ties between leaky gut and eczema. There are triggers in the body that cause these two things to be linked, whether it may be an allergy or other triggers.
Probiotics and prebiotics have many benefits for your skin. Prebiotics are non digestible carbohydrates that stimulate the growth of probiotic bacteria in your gut.
Eczema can lead to overgrowth of bacteria. Learn what balances the skin microbiome for atopic dermatitis through bathing and benzoyl peroxide for eczema relief
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