Friday, October 15, 2010
A study published in The British Journal of Dermatology assessed the effects of a dietary supplement combining a lactobacillus probiotic strain and carotenoids (beta carotene and lycopene) on early UV-induced skin damage. Taking the supplement for 10-weeks was confirmed by dermatologists and subjects were under real conditions of use. Reduced early UV-induced skin damage caused by simulated or natural sun exposure in a large panel of subjects suggests that supplement could have a beneficial influence on the long-term effects of UV exposure and more specifically on skin photoageing.
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