Probiotics for Skin Health
How can probiotics help skin health?
Skin is the largest organ in the body and and provides the first line of defense against external agents. The skin contains hundreds of microorganisms. The resident skin microorganisms form a physical andimmunological protective barrier.
The skin microbiome is therefore an essential part of human health, and microbiota imbalance or dysbiosis is thought to cause a range of skin diseases, the most common of which is acne vulgaris.
Sacco System’s probiotics
|L. rhamnosus SP 1||Improves the appearance of acne and lessens the inflammatory processes related to acne formation by modulating genes implicated in insulin signaling||3 Bn CFU/day|
|L. rhamnosus LB21||Significantly reduces the need to use corticosteroids in children||100 Bn CFU/day|
|L. rhamnosus LB21 + L. rhamnosus SP 1||Topical application decreases severity of eczema signs and intensity of itching on people with atopic dermatitis||1 Bn CFU/day|
|K. marxianus fragilis B0399||The major hallmark of atopic dermatitis (AD) is the elevated level of total serum IgE. B0399 improves atopic dermatitis by decreasing IgE levels to normality||0,01 Bn CFU/day|
Lactobacillus rhamnosus SP 1
Natural solution for acne
Acne vulgaris or more commonly known as acne, is a common inflammatory skin condition that affects up to 90% of teenagers. Acne can cause a pain and scarring that results in low self-esteem and psychosocial distress. It has been suggested that Propionibacterium acnes has a role to play in the pathogenesis of acne via increased sebum production, comedones formation and increased inflammatory response.
Clinical evidence suggests that Lactobacillus rhamnosus SP1 may:
- Modulate the gut-skin axis and restore the intestinalhealthy microbiota
- Normalize skin expression of genes involved ininsulin signalling (via IGF1 and FOXO1)
- Lessen the inflammatory process related to acne
- Improve the appearance of acne
Lactobacillus rhamnosusLB21* and K. Marxianus fragilis B0399
Eczema relief in children and infant
Atopic Dermatitis (AD) is the most common skin disorder in infants and children. Atopic conditions are associated with immunoglobulin E-mediated immune responses. Intestinal dysbiosis has been shown to precede the onset of allergic diseases through altered immune regulation.
Studies suggest that probiotics supplementation may modulate intestinal immune response (TH1/TH2 response), stabilizing the intestinal barrier function and reducing gastrointestinal symptoms in children with atopic dermatitis.
- Clinical evidence suggests that Lactobacillus rhamnosus LB21 has positive effects on atopic dermatitis and reduces the use of corticosteroids
- Clinical evidence suggests that supplementation of Kluyveromyces Marxianus FragilisB0399® normalizes the IgE level in atopic dermatitis children