Bifidobacterium longum lysate, a new ingredient for reactive skin.

@article{Guniche2010BifidobacteriumLL,
  title={Bifidobacterium longum lysate, a new ingredient for reactive skin.},
  author={Audrey Gu{\'e}niche and Philippe Bastien and Jean Marc Ovigne and Michel Kermici and Guy Courchay and V Chevalier and Lionel Breton and Isabelle Castiel-Higounenc},
  journal={Experimental dermatology},
  year={2010},
  volume={19 8},
  pages={e1-8}
}
Reactive skin is characterized by marked sensitivity to physical (heat, cold, wind) or chemical (topically applied products) stimuli and by the impairment of the skin barrier's ability to repair itself. Several lines of evidence suggest that beyond their capacity to positively influence the composition of intestinal microbiota, some probiotic bacteria can modulate the immune system both at local and systemic levels, thereby improving immune defense mechanisms and/or down-regulating immune… CONTINUE READING

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