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Out with the old and in with the new! This year is
sure to come with a lot of new treatments, techniques, and trends in
skincare. We sure are looking forward to
seeing all that 2017 has to hold.
Yes, in science we are making strides daily across
multiple platforms. And as the landscape
changes over the years with safe and effective emerging practices (like
functional medicine), we will continue to promote the importance of using a combination
of different methods as a long lasting solution to eliminate and prevent acne.
Acne is an external manifestation of an internal
issue. And just because something is
new, and may sound like “the latest and greatest”, doesn't necessarily mean
that it is safe and will provide you with long-term results.
We get it. We
work with hundreds of acne sufferers who just want relief, and didn’t do much
research on what they’ve used on their skin.
yourself these acne treatment questions as you’re pondering
your next move, and check out what our experts think some trends in acne
skincare are this coming year.
Of course, it’s impossible to predict exactly what
the world of skincare will reveal this year, but one thing is for certain - if
acne isn’t treated at its source, it will almost always come back. Why? Acne is
a usually the result of a hormonal imbalance, which occurs from within. These
hormonal shifts can trigger the sebaceous glands to create excessive amounts of
sebum, which can become clogged within pores. When combined with dead skin
cells, bacteria can form, leading to acne symptoms such as pimples and cysts.
Our AcnEase® users are able to experience how a treatment can act as a buffer
between the hormones and sebaceous glands so that the sebaceous glands can
return to normal activity. The botanical ingredients that make up the various
AcnEase® treatments were selected based on years of research and trials as the
safest and most effective combination to not only eliminate existing acne
symptoms but also prevent new acne from forming, no matter
how severe. When treating your acne, it’s best to skip the
trends and stick with a treatment that will truly work for you both in the new
year, and beyond!
We want to hear from you! What do you think we’re going
to see more of in 2017? Tell us in the comments!