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?
May is National Skin Cancer Awareness month, and throughout the
month, we will be providing information on skin cancer and acne. Dr. Gilligan,
one of our medical advisors and Company directors, joins me to today in helping
you learn more about potential issues and prevention.
This time of year, the sun gets brighter, our schedule is lighter
and we're outside much more. It is so important to realize the importance of
having to protect yourself and your skin from the problems that loom with
increased sunlight (UV radiation) exposure. By taking some simple precautions,
you drastically reduce the probability of dealing with this serious issue.
When you make the commitment to treat your acne, you do not want
to slow your progress by having a lapse in treatment. Your have numerous things to remember on a daily basis, and we
don't want you to lose the progress you've made by forgetting to re-order your
AcnEase. We are here to help you succeed!
In an effort to assist
you with getting the best results with AcnEase, and to avoid forgetting to
order on time (enabling a lapse in treatment), we've designed the AcnEase® Replenishment Service.
17 million Americans are believed to suffer from Rosacea. It also
affects 25 times more men than women, and usually occurs in individuals
over 30 with a light complexion.
symptoms of Rosacea may vary from heat and alcohol sensitivity to
facial redness, pimples, teary and itchy eyes and even GI reflux. The
medical world is not sure what really causes this chronic inflammatory
skin condition, and there is no treatment for it. However, there are
some important and efficient ways to control the symptoms, especially
during the spring and summer, including our natural balancing botanical therapeutic® product that can help to control all of the symptoms of Rosacea without any adverse side effects.
Our new AcnEase Premier™ membership
is based on years of research and practical experience in helping
thousands of people with acne effectively eliminate and prevent acne.
Our research has proven that anyone with acne, especially those with
chronic acne, have the opportunity to become acne-free when they utilize
the combination of an effective acne treatment, and personalized expert
support as well as peer group support.
Acne is not just a skin disease
- it is often a "soul" disease as well. The psychological and social
impact of acne is a growing and serious concern that can have severe short and
long-term emotional side effects - but the good news is that these symptoms can
Acne affects adolescents at a
time when they are developing their personalities. A growing number of adults
are suffering from acne (the average age of an acne sufferer increased during
the last ten years from 20.5 to 26.5 years old). Adults with acne have a larger
probability to get chronic acne, which forces them to deal with this issue for
a long time, and address it together with all the other adult challenges he or
Dramatically Improve Your Skin Condition While Celebrating Earth Day!
The most precious resource on Earth that is essential for our life is NOT gold, platinum, uranium, diamonds or even crude oil. It is WATER.
is no life without water. Up to over 60% of our body is composed of
water, 70% of our brain is composed of water and 44% of our skin is
composed of water.
Every day we must replace
2.4 litres of water (over 2.5 quarts or 81.15 fluid oz.); some through
drinking and the rest from the foods we eat. So, on this Earth Day, use
this precious resource RESPONSIBLY.
because of the dominant male hormone, testosterone, have thicker skin.
So they - especially younger men - are more likely to have excessively
oily skin. When this happens, acne incidents are usually more
prevailing, more persistent and difficult to get rid of.
on subscribed stereotypes, many men chose a regimen that may actually
be harming their skin instead of helping it. Here's how to tell if you're one of those people, and how to steer clear of the #1 skincare mistake that men make that may make their breakouts worse.
Years of research and practical experience of helping hundreds of thousands of acne sufferers led us to formulate a PREMIER SOLUTION to enable anyone with acne, and especially those with chronic acne, to become acne-free.
Tax Day is stressful for almost all of us and we do NOT need to add to it by breaking out! So,
as you're waiting to receive your refund, or scraping some money
together for the IRS, follow those 3 important tips to reduce the
pressure on your skin.
Don't cut corners
Add a minute to your cleaning routine and other products you use will yield better results! Focus on problem areas - this will increase your "acne fighting output."
Friday Favorites are designed to provide you with a round-up of some of
the behind the scenes topics we discussed this week with acne
sufferers, and also our top finds across the web which will help you
live an acne-free lifestyle. Living a healthier lifestyle helps AcnEase® do
its job by rebalancing your sebaceous glands to produce a normal amount
of oil...giving you an acne-free complexion long-term!
all long for Summer to arrive since it's a beautiful, fun time of year.
But, summertime can also bring oily skin, blackheads and more acne
breakouts. So - while using the right acne treatment,
remember also to make some adjustments in your skin care and diet so
you can keep your skin healthy on those fantastic summer days and
Moisturizing: Lighten-up on your moisturizer
We already know that moisturizing
is essential for acne prone skin. In the summer, since you will wash
your skin even more often to get rid of sweat and outdoor dirt,
moisturizing is very important to prevent dry and sensitive skin. But,
make sure that you lighten up on the moisturizer of choice. Chose lotion
rather than cream (this applies to both the face and body), and READ
the labels to choose non-comedogenic and oil-free products.
the winter, our skin gets dryer - and dry skin is not healthy skin. A
normal response to help dry skin symptoms is to use products that
contain oils. Doing this may produce a serious problem for acne prone skin - clogged pores and an entire inflammatory cycle of "producing" the pimples or cysts.
Over-dry skin may also be a manifestation of invisible inflammation in deeper layers of the
skin. So, instead of one problem you may actually have two if you allow
your skin to get too dry due to environmental factors like wind, cold,
indoor heating, hot showers etc. or because of prolonged use of certain
ingredients in your skincare products such as salicylic acid or alcohol.
PLEASE NOTE: Contrary to popular belief, over-drying oily skin to deal with acne is not an efficient way to treat acne.