The same 2011 study found that yoghurt may brighten the skin. The authors don't specify how they measured this purported increase in radiance.
In 2011, yoghurt was tested in test tubes before being applied to subjects' faces. Skin evaporation may be reduced by yoghurt. Hydrates.
It improves skin elasticity, hydration, and anti-aging properties, according to the 2011 study. Skin loses collagen as we age, causing sagging.
Probiotics are abundant in natural yoghurt. Inflammatory acne lesions are caused by Propionibacterium acnes, a bad bacteria.
Yoghurt has antibacterial properties, according to a 2015 study. Other skin infections may benefit from this anti-acne agent's efficacy
An analysis of 2015 research also found that yoghurt may protect against UV rays. Unstable molecules, free radicals, are produced by UV light.
UV protection and skin elasticity help reduce the signs of skin ageing. The 2015 review noted that probiotics in yoghurt may help restore skin pH.
Many people have blotchy, patchy, hyperpigmented, red, or discoloured skin. A 2015 review found that yoghurt's probiotics may help restore balance.
According to a 2015 review, yoghurt may help reduce acne inflammation. It's not hard to imagine it helping atopic dermatitis, eczema, and rosacea.