The Ultimate Clear Skin Hack? Balance your gut microbiome for a flawless complexion.
Take the guesswork out of eating right and get targeted supplements and probiotics for your healthiest skin yet.
The Connection Between Your Gut Microbiome & Your Skin
The microbes that thrive in our digestive system play an important role in how we digest food and regulate our body’s natural internal balance. When our gut ecosystem begins to struggle, it can cause disruptions inside us that activate our immune system - causing bouts of inflammation that penetrate different regions of our body.
On some occasions, this level of inflammation can even disrupt the natural balance of our skin and make it easier for harmful microbes to grow, causing acne breakouts, atopic dermatitis, eczema, rosacea, and other skin conditions to arise. But when our gut microbiome is in check and we keep inflammation at bay, our skin reaps the benefits and promotes a healthy glow all night and day.
More than half of people with acne have an imbalance in their gut flora.
How Viome Can Help
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Our gut microbiome actually functions as an endocrine organ responsible for creating over 30 different hormones. When we consume the right foods and supplements that support a balanced gut ecosystem, these hormones work to stabilize our metabolism and keep us functioning at our best. But if we’re not eating just the right foods, disruptions in how these hormones are regulated can cause flare-ups that impact our skin or promote inflammation that can spread throughout our body.
Knowing which foods to avoid and minimize can help pave the way to clearer skin - but now Viome can include targeted vitamins, minerals, and pre and probiotics for clearer skin to help regain your confidence with precisely what your body needs and nothing it doesn’t.
To know what your body needs, it's important to look under the hood and get acquainted with what's really happening.
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Acne affects more than 50 million people in the United States each year - and more than 85% of adolescents up to the age of 24 have had their fair run-in with acne. Yet, it can look and feel very different from one person to the next. These variations may depend on the severity and the cause, and can be impacted on our level of inflammation, hormone imbalance, or even level of stress.