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Special thanks to Dr. Gilligan, Chief Scientific Officer at AcnEase, for collaborating with me today.
Knowingwhy guys get acneand how to treat it effectively will only
accelerate the time it takes for you to get rid of your acne. Unlike
many general acne products that are designed to target women, and
include estrogen or phyto-estrogens, or involve time consuming topical
routines, AcnEase® is a one of a kind Botanical Therapeutic® clinically validated oral tablet that contains only all natural herbal extracts for men and women.
I would like to thank Dr. Gilligan, Chief Scientific Officer at AcnEase, for collaborating with me today.
So why do guys get acne? You may answer because guys don't take
care of their skin as well as their female counterparts; or perhaps
their skin hygiene maybe lacking; or maybe guys on average play more
sports and sweat more. As all of the above may contribute to making
men's acne more difficult to treat, the real answer to WHY guys get acne
is because males have more testosterone!
Our guest today is Kendra Richards, professional makeup artist, whose work has
been seen in publications such as Vogue, Vanity Fair and InStyle to
advertisers Olay and Paul Mitchell and Target to name a few. Some of her
many clients include Cindy Crawford, Hilary Duff, Anna Paquin, Justin
Timberlake, James Franco, Martina McBride and Bella Thorne.
In addition to her clients, Kendra frequently shares her
professional expertise on camera for E! Entertainment, Lancome,
PopSugar, CocoPerez and Total Beauty to name a few. Sharing beauty
insider techniques is her favorite aspect of reaching people through the
Be an educated consumer! If you
or your children are on any of these generic forms of Accutane (Isotretinoin),
look for information on potential adverse side effects. Accutane has been pulled off the market due
to its severe side effects and is presently a subject of a class action suit
for the damages it caused. Unfortunately, the generic forms of the drug
are still available and prescribed with the same potential adverse effects.
Also, as you can learn from the
video above, you cannot seek compensation for damages caused by the generic
form of the drug.
In our quest to spread awareness about safe and effective acne
treatments this June for acne awareness month, we're focusing on the ladies
today! So ladies (and moms of teens!), listen up - not only will this
information help you, but also your children or the men and women that you know
understand that skin problems effect almost everyone growing up, but
the fact that some of us experience acne in our mid-to-late 20's, 30's,
40's and even 50's or perhaps never fully outgrow acne breakouts, is
hard to accept. It is estimated that over 30% of women and more than 20%
of men ages 20 to 60 (and beyond) are troubled by acne. Over 60 million
people suffer from acne in the USA alone, and another 70 million experience acne related breakouts in Canada and Europe.
Cystic acne is the most
severe form of acne vulgaris. Acne in general develops due to overactive
sebaceous glands. At the base of each hair follicle is a gland
called the sebaceous gland, which makes sebum. Sebum is an oily substance,
which under normal circumstances travels along the hair follicle to the surface
of the skin. Sebaceous glands are most numerous on the face, chest, back, neck
and scalp; consequently, these are the most common sites of acne. A number of factors can cause an increase in
sebaceous gland secretions. A primary
culprit are the androgen hormones (analogs of testosterone)
DHT(dehydrotestotsterone) DHEAS (dihydroepiandrosterone). Elevated levels of these androgens cause an
increase secretion of sebum, which can lead to clogged pores and the start of
the acne cascade.
It is estimated that 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer in
their lifetime. This cancer is also considered one of the most preventable
cancers, so heed the advice on how to protect yourself!
The changes provoked by chronic UVA and UVB exposure that age the
skin is called photo-aging. A New York Times Health Report showed that
"Overall, exposure to ultraviolet radiation from sunlight (radiation
referred to as UVA or UVB) accounts for about 90% of the symptoms of premature
Memorial Day weekend is approaching, and with the summer comes fun. Graduations, weddings, parties, barbecues, beach days - who wants to worry about what their skin looks like? You just want to have fun, enjoy yourself and look your best!
We're here to help you do just that with our new program.
Our new AcnEase Premier™membership is for those who are fed up with trying to get rid of their acne, and want a proven way to effectively eliminate and prevent acne.
the summer approaches, so does the temptation to look "sun kissed."
While we don't recommend that you put extra product on your skin, we
also understand that you will! You need to be aware of how the use of
sunless tanning products may present a risk of irritating your skin and
amplifying the existing skin problems, so here are our tips to stay safe
and reduce the risk of flareup's.
New and Improved
AcnEase® Botanical Acne Treatment Has Increased Bio-Availability and is
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Between the USA and EU, there are 120 million acne sufferers.
Adult acne is on the rise, and the average age of an acne sufferer
has increased over the past 10 years from 20.5 years to to 26.5 years of age.
Many individuals are unable to resolve their acne problem for years, and then
they become a chronic acne sufferer.
bad sunlight (UVA rays) forces the skin to put up defenses by
activating an immune reaction in the form of inflammation that is
visible as sunburn. When you increase your body's immune system
capabilities, combined with using natural sunscreens and/or protective
clothing, you protect your skin from sun damage much more effectively.
So, your sun-protection has to involve both a topical and internal approach...with FOOD!
Sun is actually very important for our health.
When your skin is exposed to natural sunlight (UV rays), your body produces an
essentail nutrient, Vitamin D. Having the right level of Vitamin D in your body
enables better bone health, psychological balance and even has the potential to
assist in decreasing the risk of certain diseases.
On the other hand, sun radiation (UV rays) also damages the DNA of
your skin and may result in the most serious form of skin cancer (melanoma) as
well as cause dry or discolored skin, premature aging, brown spots and
interference with acne treatment.
So how do you find a balance, and protect yourself against sun
damage, especially when you have acne?