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Acne Related Skin Care Issues

     As we often mention, skin problems are far to common in modern society and stem from a range of diets, climate conditions, and lifestyles, work life, technology, and everyday bacteria’s. The following Brief is intended to help shed some light on your knowledge of acne. What causes it? where does it come from? How can you Slow down or even fix it completely?


     Acne appears when an increase in oil production is formed, pores get clogged up, and bacteria gets on the skin. Acne is often triggered by hormones, stress, and unhealthy dieting habits. Acne is best treated with antioxidants, antibiotics, exfoliation, oil removal, and vitamins A through C. 

     It is best recommended to speak to a dermatologist when obtaining antibiotics which are most efficient to help kill off the acne bacteria. Alternatively, exfoliating properly and the use of retinoids which can be Retin-A, Retin-A micro, retinol, retinyl palmitate, retinaldehyde, adapalene, isotretinoin, tretinoin and tazarotene, among others, are all are various forms of vitamin A that are most efficient in discarding unwelcomed dead skin cells.

     Blackheads and whiteheads are also a major issue in acne prone skin. they are caused when a buildup of sebum and dead skin cells fill the inside of a pore, and when left untreated, it can become infected with bacteria.

     Blackheads are open comedones. Comedones are the skin-colored, small bumps (papules) frequently found on the forehead and chin of those with acne. A single lesion is a comedo. Open comedones are blackheads; black because of surface pigment (melanin), rather than dirt. Closed comedones are whiteheads; the follicle is completely blocked.

     Dead epidural Cells block the Pore, oxidize in the open air and create the black appearance we know as blackheads. The oxidized keratin on top is black but underneath it is whiteheads

     Whiteheads are closed comedones. Because the comedone is covered by the epidermis, the cyst remains white. The word non-comedogenic is interpreted as "a product or ingredient that will not block the pores and cause acne".

Acne Tips

     If you have blackheads try using a pore strips such as our cleansing strips but be sure not to overuse them. Our maximum recommended use is three times per week. If you use it is more often, It is far more likely for you to irritate your skin and cause worse breakouts.

     You can solve acne problems by changing your diet and increasing high water concentration foods that unclog the skin pores. You can also use skin care products that contain skin cleansers such as Benzoyl peroxide, Glycolic, Salicylic Acid, and Azelaic Acid.  

     The Idea is to help unclog the pores and help correct the abnormal shedding of skin cells by boosting the collagen levels. 

Daily Routine to Treat Acne


I'll conclude with an easy routine to help you take back control of acne appearances on a daily basis:



Step 1: Unclog your Pores



Step 2: Lower excess Oil & kill bacteria



Step 3: Increase Cell Turnover



Step 4: Spot Treatment



     For a powerful acne routine solution with proven results, try Theraprina’s all natural acne face wash which is loaded with high percentages of botanical ingredients like organic Geranium which eliminating scars and hyper pigmentation Tea Tree oils, and Oregano to effectively eliminate acne causing bacteria. Effective Vitamin C that works as a potent antioxidant while Gotu Kola and Burdock root stimulate collagen production. MSM repairs skin damage while driving ingredients deep into the skin for maximum efficacy. Like all our products, its gentle enough to use twice a day and strong enough to see real results guaranteed.



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