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Acne

Acne is one of the most conspicuous skin disorders that occurs between the ages of 15–60+ years old. To some extent, acne affects nearly everyone at some point in life. Studies have shown that 85% prevalence found in the 12- to 24-years old. Generally, significant acne will regress in early adulthood; however, some people will experience persistent acne or new-onset acne in adulthood.

ABOUT ME

As a Specialized Esthetics and Skin Care Technician, my ability to positively impact the lives of my clients is of utmost importance. Advances in esthetics mean that customers are now able to achieve superior enhancement with less downtime, discomfort, or inconvenience than ever before.

 

With synergetic product lines, manual and mechanical techniques, the results you will experience are astonishing.

 

Only high-performance quality, dermo-cosmetic products form an optimum synergy to obtain maximum efficiency, proven results, and safety while respecting nature and it’s environment are used for my facial and body professional care that targets the specific needs of each skin type, without causing irritation or dehydration and providing lasting results.

 

For all Acne Clear TREATMENTS, nothing takes the place of a one-on-one consultation, first.

about acne

Acne may occur when the sebaceous glands in the hair follicles secrete sebum (oily substance that protects your skin from drying out) become plugged with oil, dead skin cells or other environmental products. Acne is often described as whiteheads, blackheads or pimples, pustules and usually appears on the face, forehead, chest, upper back, and shoulders.

 

Depending on a person’s acne severity, some experience emotional distress. Treatments can help minimizing of long-term scarring and provide best practices to caring for your skin for the rest of your life.

Some factors that can trigger acne;

 

  • Diet

  • Genetics

  • Health conditions

  • Hormonal changes; menopause or andropause

  • Medication

  • Professional environment

  • Stress

Some types of Acne;

 

Candida Acne: caused by toxins from overgrowth of candida in the digestive tract - often from hormones, and / or high levels of sugar and mucus-producing foods. May include foods such as dairy, fried foods, jelly candies in the diet, * affecting our metabolism such as insulin action and blood sugar levels.

 

Blackheads: caused by mucus-producing foods. May include foods such as dairy, fried foods, jelly candies in the diet,*.

 

Enlarged Pores: a combination of the collapse of the epidermis in sebaceous skin types and the mirroring of pores/gaps in the digestive lining. The most common cause is emulsifiers and chemical additives, many foods popular foods, such as yogurts, breads, salad dressings, sodas, baked goods, chips, protein bars, from our grocery store shelves.

 

Acne caused by food by-products: from pesticides such as Atrazine, Chlorpyrifos, and Metolachlor, growth hormones, often found in meat and GMO veggies.

 

Swimmers’ acne: chlorine is a form of environmental toxin which tends strip the skin of its natural protection.

sebaceous gland

treating acne with oxygeneo 3-in-1

With a diagnostic of your skin, a review aggravating factors; information regarding nutrition, lifestyle, skincare regime, and other factors, a synergetic formulated Acne-Clearing Treatment adapted to suit the needs of your skin will be outlined. This customized program is aimed to have your acne under control as soon as possible with no pain, discomfort or recovery downtime.

OxyGeneo™ offers a quick and effective solution for many body impurities, by harnessing the power of oxygen on problem skin areas. It will leave your skin detoxified, refreshed and hydrated from head to toe.

 

Depending on your type of acne and severity, anticipate 3-4 months, (with a varying treatment application and frequency cycles).

Rosacea - PLEASE NOTE

Rosacea is not a condition I treat. I highly recommend you speak with your family doctor who will be the best person to refer you to another specialist, if necessary. Thank you.

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