Bacteria and their positive influence on the human body

Category Archives: Skin

Psoriasis Treatment with Bacteria General, Skin

Schuppenflechte Psoriasis

Doctors and patients continue their search for an effective psoriasis treatment. As this condition is characterised primarily by abnormal skin, and hence noticed by others, those affected not only suffer from the immediate symptoms such as itching and inflammation, but also psychological consequences. Psoriasis is considered an autoimmune disease – possibly a hereditary form of

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Lactobacillus, Microbe of Year 2018, Also Important On the Skin General, Skin

Mikrobe des Jahres Lactobacillus

The German Association for General and Applied Microbiology (Vereinigung für Allgemeine und Angewandte Mikrobiologie, VAAM) has selected the bacterial species lactobacillus as Microbe of the Year 2018. Every day, these bacteria are ingested by billions of people, for instance in sourdough bread, with cheese, yoghurt, or as sauerkraut, red beets, or pickled gherkins. In our

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Biological Skincare: Probiotics Rarely Are Real Probiotics Skin

Gut or skin, digestion, slimming, or general well-being: modern probiotics are available for numerous areas in human health and health support. Demand is increasing, not least because society has become more aware of natural remedies and biological skincare. Technically speaking, however, many probiotic products aren’t probiotics. “Probiotic” means “fit for life, lively”. The World Health

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Bacteria Play Key Role Against Skin Diseases Skin


Enter the words “skin” and “bacteria” into any online search engine, and the autocomplete function will show other word combinations used in the same context. In Germany, the most frequently selected combinations are “combat bacteria on the skin” and “kill bacteria on the skin”. Worldwide, the obviously most researched combination is “skin bacteria infection”. A

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Healthy Bacteria Against Acne Skin

Three scientists at University Hospital Magdeburg are attempting to heal acne using healthy bacteria. The “Magdeburger Volksstimme”, a local newspaper, reported on the scientists’ efforts to rebalance the mix of bacteria on the skin and in this way develop an alternative to current acne treatments which involve drugs based on antibiotics. According to the paper,

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