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Suffer from acne, eczema, or ageing skin? Start with your digestion

December 7, 2016 by Lidia

If you are working towards getting clearer skin for Christmas or as a New Year resolution, you may be surprised to know that your digestive tract is just as important as how much you invest in skincare products. It might not be the best topic at the dinner table, but our digestive system is the place where we absorb our nutrients from food but also where we eliminate toxins. If your digestive system is not working optimally, it can leave your skin with acne breakouts, spots, and a congested, ageing complexion.

What we eat influences how our digestive system works, which in turn can have a dramatic effect on the health of our skin. So, here are some gut facts to digest that might be helpful for your skin…


Healthy gut flora – give it a prebiotic boost

Intestinal flora helps with digestion and enables essential nutrients to be absorbed. Depletion in healthy gut flora due to stress, alcohol or your diet causes nutritional depletion. The loss of nutrients leads to poor skin health so it’s vital you encourage your healthy gut flora to ‘blossom’.


Undigested food – get it moving!

When undigested food sits in the digestive tract, our system becomes backed up with toxins from rotting food and mucus starts to build along the intestinal walls. The mucus prevents healthy nutrients from being absorbed and stops the digestive system from eliminating waste from the body. This intestinal problem can appear on your skin in the form of spots, rashes, acne and even eczema.


How to boost ‘good’ bacteria and get rid of acne… and fine lines and wrinkles

Inulin, which is a water-soluble prebiotic fibre is found in many vegetables and fruits, but particularly the chicory root. Inulin aids digestion by encouraging the growth of good bacteria in the gut and, consumed regularly, can help treat or prevent digestive problems and ultimately help get rid of acne.

Beneficial bacteria in the gut can help shield our skin from blemishes, spots, and many other skin problems caused by harmful bacteria that leads to premature skin ageing. As inulin is a natural soluble fibre and is not digested in the gastrointestinal tract, it’s classified as a prebiotic, which is not to be confused with probioticsTo find out more about the differences between prebiotics and probiotics in our previous blog post, check it out here.

Good news for your tummy and your skin –  help: clear skin and help: beautify skin are formulated with inulin (ogliofructose), so your digestive tract will get the boost that it needs as well as the benefits of the vital skin-nutrients packed into our skin-loving formulas.
help: clear skin, help: clear skin MEN & help: beautify skin

help: clear skin is developed specifically for acne sufferers. It’s time to stop aimlessly searching for the perfect skincare solution to finally get rid of your spots and acne as our PravENAC™  formula  is packed full of natural skincare ingredients:  anti-bacterial Lactoferrin , aloe vera and zinc gluconate to soothe and nourish your skin and a high dosage of prebiotic inulin (ogliogrutose) to help boost your digestive system to give you naturally clearer skin from the inside out.

If you’re already suffering from dried-out winter skin, then do try our help: beautify skin. These ready-to-eat collagen jellies are formulated with natural ingredients that are clinically proven to give you a radiant complexion and help slow down the ageing process. Packed full of hydrolysed marine collagen, resveratrol, aloe vera , co-enzyme Q10 and digestion-boosting inulin, these delicious naturally apple flavoured skin-treats help to smooth wrinkles and fine lines in as little as 2 weeks of daily consumption.

One thought on “Suffer from acne, eczema, or ageing skin? Start with your digestion”

  1. Nelda says:

    Thanks for shanrig. What a pleasure to read!

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