Gut Health

The Secret to Healthy Radiant Skin

This surprising combination delivers clear, glowing, youthful skin.

Your skin is your body’s first line of defense against the world. It faces UV rays, smog, sprayed pesticides, beauty care product chemicals, and countless other threats every day. And because this barrage of stressors and toxins seems to only be increasing, your skin is having to work even harder to keep you safe… and that can take a toll, especially over time.

Of course, when your skin—and you—are abundantly healthy, it shows on your face. Protecting your skin does more than just keep you looking fresh and beautiful. It gives your immune system an extra powerful shield against external threats.

That’s why your skin needs superior support to stay clear, strong, and healthy. And the best way to protect your skin is from the inside out.

Your Miraculous Skin Microbiome

Perhaps you’re already aware of the microbiome that resides in your gut. But did you know? Your skin has its own microbiome[1]—trillions of beneficial bacteria living right on the surface of your skin—that work together to boost your skin’s protective power.

A healthy skin microbiome takes an active role in your overall wellness, which includes:

  • Communicating with your immune system to keep your skin – and you - healthy[2]
  • Offering protection against skin disorders like acne and dermatitis, partially by crowding out unwanted skin microbes[3]
  • Promoting wound healing[4]
  • Minimizing free radicals that can damage collagen, a key component of healthy youthful skin[5]
  • Helping protect against UV rays, which can prematurely age skin[6]
  • Maintaining a healthy inflammatory response for skin, which helps reduce redness and puffiness[7]
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Your skin microbiome has a big job… and it needs help! Thanks to our modern, toxic world, your skin can’t do its job successfully without constant input and support from its microbial neighbor—your gut microbiome!

The two are closely linked through something known as the gut-skin axis. What this means is that what happens to one microbiome impacts the other. For example, an overgrowth of bad bacteria in your gut can cause the same problem on your skin. That can lead to increased oxidative damage, slower wound healing, higher risk of breakouts and flare-ups, and more fine lines and wrinkles.

So to keep your skin smooth, young, and radiant, you need to keep your gut microbiome in healthy balance.

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The Probiotic Breakthrough That Beautifies Your Skin

Your gut and your skin have a collaborative relationship that’s more intimate than it appears on the surface. The two communicate over the gut-skin axis[8], a pathway that allows them to send messages to each other in a constant dialog. And both have vibrant microbial communities that contribute to youth, beauty, and health… as long as they’re in healthy balance themselves.

So if your skin doesn’t look as clear and radiant as you’d like, it’s time to check in with your gut microbiome.

In a healthy gut microbiome, beneficial probiotic bacteria vastly outnumber harmful pathogens. But sometimes, that balance shifts and pathogens outnumber probiotic bacteria—a condition called dysbiosis. This can be brought on by things like a single dose of antibiotics, sugary or fatty meals, or even stress.

With dysbiosis, your gut microbiome sends the wrong messages to your skin microbiome. So, for a health-focused skincare regimen, you’ll want to make sure to get—and keep—your gut microbiome in healthy balance.

A healthy gut full of a diverse population of probiotic bacteria contributes to beautiful skin by:

  • Helping your skin retain moisture[9]
  • Supporting clear skin[10]
  • Addressing fine lines and wrinkles[11]
  • Helping resolve occasional blemishes[12]

One of the absolute best ways to keep your gut in healthy balance is with the right combination of probiotic supplement strains. Working together, they can encourage your beneficial gut bacteria to thrive… and that will show in your skin. Probiotics strains known to support vibrant skin health include:

  • Bacillus indicus HU36™, a unique strain of probiotics that produces powerful carotenoid antioxidants that support healthy skin
  • Bacillus subtilis HU58™, which supports a well-balanced, harmonious gut microbiome where diverse probiotic bacteria can flourish
  • Bacillus coagulans, a powerful immune-supporting probiotic that produces L-lactic acid and helps stabilize a healthy gut microbiome
  • Bacillus clausii, which promotes a diverse population of probiotic bacteria in the gut to support digestive, immune, and respiratory health

Together, this probiotic team supports a healthy, balanced gut microbiome—a key component of clear radiant skin.

Skin Health Secret Ingredient – How Vitamin K2 Encourages Beautiful, Youthful Skin

Youthful skin relies on two important proteins: collagen and elastin. Collagen keeps your skin strong and firm. Elastin gives your skin its structure and supple elastic (bet you guessed that from the name) nature.

These two proteins work in harmony to promote young, healthy skin. And as you may expect, they progressively lose some of their functionality as you age.

That’s where vitamin K2 comes in. This little-discussed but essential nutrient helps your body maintain sufficient collagen levels. That means smooth, plump, youthful skin.

Beautify Your Skin with Just Thrive Probiotic and Vitamin K2-7

Clear, healthy skin depends on a vibrant skin microbiome taking direction from a well-balanced gut microbiome.

Just Thrive Probiotic is powered by clinically proven Bacillus spore strains for unmatched gut-skin axis support:

  • Bacillus indicus HU36™
  • Bacillus subtilis HU58™
  • Bacillus clausii
  • Bacillus coagulans

And for healthy, next level skin, make sure to include a daily dose of Vitamin K2-7.

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