Turns Out, the Secret to Healthy, Radiant Skin is. . . Bacteria?
Discover one of the most surprising secrets to keeping your skin healthy, radiant and clear—the body’s bacterial microbiome. Most of us spend years trying to get rid of nasty bacteria with cleansers, masks, and medicines; but it turns out that your skin, your body’s largest organ, has a finely balanced microbiome that has been proven to be absolutely crucial to maintaining “good skin”.
Written by a skin microbiome expert, Good Bacteria for Healthy Skin is a friendly, comprehensive, and science-backed exploration of what your skin microbiome is, what it does, and how you can nourish it using simple over the-counter products, natural treatments and, crucially, a skin-friendly diet.
Author Paula Simpson teaches readers how lifestyle affects the skin microbiome, how microbiome imbalances impact skin conditions, and the benefits of probiotics and prebiotics. Simpson’s expertise is perfect for a massive audience that is looking to discover professional secrets and science behind achieving and maintaining perfect skin.
Author Paula Simpson shares how to achieve healthy skin through:
- Choosing the best probiotics for clearer skin
- Avoiding foods that disrupt your skin’s microbial balance
- Simple cleanses to rid your body of harmful toxins
- Microbe-friendly, all-natural skin care routines
- Skin- and microbiome-friendly recipes.
Dr. Shirley Madhere – Founder, Holistic Plastic Surgery and Creator, Forever F.A.B Podcast
“Good Bacteria for Healthy Skin is a thorough primer on skin health and how the microbiome interacts with it. The book provides clarity on a complex and ever-evolving science, does so with wit, integrity, and authority. This is requisite reading if you want to better understand beauty from the inside out.”
Associated Skincare Professionals (ACSP) – Skin Deep Magazine
“Discover one of the most surprising secrets to keeping skin healthy, radiant, and clear–the body’s bacterial microbiome. Most of us spend years trying to get rid of nasty bacteria with cleansers, masks, and medicines, but it turns out our skin has a finely balanced microbiome that is crucial to maintaining good skin. “Written by holistic expert Paula Simpson, Good Bacteria for Healthy Skin teaches readers how lifestyle affects the skin microbiome, how microbiome imbalances impact skin conditions, and the benefits of probiotics and prebiotics. Simpson’s expertise is perfect for those looking to discover professional secrets and the science behind achieving and maintaining perfect skin.”
K Gran, Co-Founder – Kari Gran® Skin Care
“Microbiome, probiotics and prebiotics seem to be pretty buzzy words these days. Finally an easy to read book that breaks it all down! Paula’s book is written so engagingly that you don’t need an advanced degree in biochemistry to enjoy it. Finally, I understand the difference between pre-biotics and pro-biotics and why each is so important to healthy, glowing skin. I’ve long been a fan of the big-picture when it comes to skin health and while microbiome, pro and pre-biotics may be having a real moment, I think that this isn’t a trend. It’s just good information that’s easy to implement. I especially enjoyed the chapters on nutrition because I’m also a firm believer that a healthy gut = healthy skin. Bonus: skin-friendly and microbiome-friendly recipes included!”
Dr. Anne Marie Fine, N.M.D. – Bestselling Author of Cracking the Beauty Code
“We are currently living through an exciting new scientific era that focuses on the microbiome. While voluminous research has been done on the gut microbiome, Paula Simpson has pulled back the curtains to reveal the secret life of our skin microbiome. In her book Paula reveals many astonishing facts about the microbial terrain of our body’s largest organ and how it affects everything from acne, hydration, skin barrier function, immune function and more. The book also highlights the crosstalk between the gut microbiome and the skin microbiome- truly our bodies are holistic and we can no longer think about certain parts as separate. Paula recommends an integrative approach to keeping our skin biome healthy and provides the steps and delicious and healthy recipes necessary to guide us along the way. I highly recommend this ground breaking book if you are interested in learning in depth about your skin’s biome and having the healthiest skin of your life!”
L Ritter, Executive Editor – New Beauty Magazine
“Probiotics can be confusing. Paula Simpson presents the subject in an easy-to-understand way that finally makes sense!”
M Futher, Founder – Kaia Naturals
“I would recommend this book for anyone looking to improve their skin without spending a fortune on the wrong products. Understanding more about your skin is the key to getting better results……bacteria is key to a healthy gut and the same applies to your skin. This book is a terrific guide to understanding what works.”
Day Spa Magazine
“If you’re still not totally clear on how probiotics can boost client’s complexions, you’ll want to check out Good Bacteria for Healthy Skin. Written by a celebrity beauty nutritionist and biochemist, it’s a comprehensive and science-backed exploration of what the skin microbiome is, what it does and how you can nourish it with products, natural treatments and a skin friendly diet. Author Paula Simpson teaches readers how lifestyle affects the skin microbiome, how microbiome imbalances impact skin conditions and the many other benefits of both probiotics and prebiotics. Her expertise is perfect for skincare pros and anyone looking to discover professional secrets and the science behind achieving and maintaining a healthy glow.”
Ok! USA Magazine
SELF- CARE “In her first book, Good Bacteria for Healthy Skin, celebrity beauty nutritionist and biochemist Paula Simpson shares how to achieve a natural, fresh-looking glow. You’ll find everything from tips on the best probiotics and all-natural skincare routines to simple cleanses and effective diets.”
Good Bacteria for Healthy Skin is available wherever books are sold. For review copies or interview requests, please contact
Ulysses Press or [email protected]