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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Ultimately, however, Myles envisions a day when consumer skin products are tested for their effects on the microbiome before they end up on store shelves. Topical products like soaps and shampoos, he believes, are among the "biggest offenders" behind the explosion of eczema in industrialized nations since the 1980s. In his recent study, some common preservatives, such as parabens and quaternium 15, inhibited the growth of R mucosa more than S aureus or inhibited healthy strains of R mucosa more than unhealthy ones. These preservatives can be found in skin products like baby shampoo, bubble baths, and even some lotions marketed as treatments for eczema, he said.


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