When you can see it as something that effects inflammation and immunity, in the whole body, you can also view it as a problem in the skin, as well, like acne, eczema, psoriasis, aging and other inflammatory skin conditions. Funny enough, acne is commonly treated with internal and topical antibiotics which can adversely affect not only your gut's microbiome but your skin's topical microbiome. I highly recommend supplementing with potent probiotic that has a diverse list of beneficial bacteria and a 10+Billion CFU count. I personally use Vitamin Bounty's Pro-Women's Daily.
You can also add fermented foods into your diet that are naturally rich in probiotics such as kefir, kimchi and sauerkraut. Lay off the antibiotics unless absolutely necessary and limit alcohol and eat clean. Topically, you can enhance your skin's microbiome with probiotic rich skincare such as Eminence Organics Clear Skin Probiotic line and Mother Dirt's biome friendly products. Also limit how much antibacterial products you use on your face and let your skin replenish its beneficial bacteria. For more on the skin+gut relationship check out Dr. Whitney Bowe, author of The Beauty of Dirty Skin. Have you experienced gut issues and what have you done for it? Comment below.