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With HIME SAMA, Acne Doesn't Stand a Chance

“I’m so fucking tired, I have spots and scars, and even though I am so careful with my skincare, sheets, pillows, food I always have pimples and red spots appearing.”

“I hate looking at mirrors”

"It's been bothering me"

Do you feel that you have tried almost all methods to get rid of your acne, but still see blemishes? Don't despair. You can try the blue light therapy. Before that, we need to understand what acne is, the causes of acne, and some conventional treatment methods.

Acne is a common skin disease. Excessive oil secretion, clogged pores with "sticky" skin cells, bacteria and inflammation. In general, the face is the most acne-prone area. Of course, it will also appears in other parts of your body, such as back, chest, and shoulders. The most common treatment for acne is not only medications, but also other procedures (such as laser and light therapy). In life, acne may bring you worries, unconfident and depressed, but remember that you are not the only one. Please see the following set of data:

In the United States, up to 50 million people are affected by acne each year. Acne is one of the most common skin diseases in America. 1

Acne usually starts in puberty and affects many teenagers and young adults.

Approximately 85% of people aged 12 to 24 have at least mild acne. 2

Adult acne?

It is generally believed that acne only appears in people around 15-25, and gradually disappears with age. But adults, especially adult women, 30-50 years old, are also very common. In most cases, the factors that cause adolescent acne are the same as adult acne. Although the specific factors that lead to new or recurrence in this population are not yet known, it is generally believed that hormonal fluctuations, genetics, cosmetics, diet, tobacco use, and stress can all cause acne outbreaks. Some medicines can also cause acne. These include corticosteroids, anabolic steroids, and lithium. The data of research shows that:

At any stage of your life, acne may develop and can last into your 30s and 40s. 3-4

Acne in adults is increasing, affecting up to 15% of women. 3-4

Common acne treatments

I know that a lot of treatments have been tried by you. From mild detergents to face cream masks, to moderate topical over-the-counter medications, and finally to severe prescription medications. You will also check out many tips on acne skin care. Even inquire about dietary precautions.

Your healthcare provider or dermatologist will prescribe different over-the-counter or prescription drugs based on the severity of your condition, but they all come with varying degrees of side effects.

Salicylic acid, only effective for mild acne

Retinol gel, topical retinoids can make the skin red and dry

Benzoyl peroxide, the common side effect is skin irritation (dryness).

Azelaic acid, its adverse reactions are local mild erythema and tingling.

Retinoids (vitamin A derivatives), oral administration is not recommended for pregnant women or breastfeeding women to use them, external use will have side effects such as skin redness, dryness and itching.

Antibiotics, they can be used to treat more severe acne, but increase the risk of skin bacteria becoming resistant to antibiotics. In addition, many oral antibiotics for acne can not be used if you are pregnant.

Hormonal drugs, not to mention

Phototherapy

Whether you are a continuous scrolling user on Instagram, or just follow the latest and coolest skin care innovation blog, you may have heard something about LED skin therapy. Since the 1960s, these lights have been used. However, using these lights for skin care has only recently become popular. In the past, due to the high price, phototherapy could only be performed in the office of a dermatologist or beautician, but with the emergence of effective and affordable home phototherapy equipment, phototherapy has become a non-toxic, non-invasive and harmless home treatment method. (Used by celebrities)

  1. Help the sebaceous glandsto reduce activity. The sebaceous glands which indicates the small oil-producing glands in the skin. The active of sebaceous glands indicate the oil producing level. In ways we reduce the activity level of the sebaceous may reduce or improve the symptoms of acne skin.  
  2. Kill the acne-causing keratobacterium acnes located deep on the surface of the skin from the source. P.acne, the bacterium that causes acne, contains a lot of porphyrins. After absorbing blue light, oxygen free radicals are generated, which are released into P.acne, resulting in a decrease in P.acne.

c, Anti-inflammatory properties, additional skin regeneration and wound healing effects.

If you are looking for a natural, chemical-free, alternative to traditional medical solutions, phototherapy is a good choice to help suffering from acne reduce the activity of sebaceous glands, kill the acne-causing keratobacterium acne, and reduce inflammation. Improves skin tone from the inside out.

Why choose HIME SAMA

Safety-CE certification to ensure product safety 

Effective-80% of people use it, the effect is improved

Affordable-Compared with the cost of 1000-5000 US dollars for beauty salons, HIME SAMA household masks cost less than US$250, and besides blue light, there are 6 other types of light, each of which has a different effect.

Worry-free after-sales service-30 days free return service, 360 days free maintenance service.

Reference

1 Bickers DR, Lim HW, Margolis D, Weinstock MA, Goodman C, Faulkner E et al. The burden of skin diseases: 2004 a joint project of the American Academy of Dermatology Association and the Society for Investigative Dermatology. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 2006;55:490-500.

2 Bhate K, Williams HC. Epidemiology of acne vulgaris. The British journal of dermatology 2013;168:474-85.

3 Holzmann R , Shakery K. Postadolescent ac ne in females. Skin pharmacology and physiology 2014;27 Suppl 1:3-8.

4 Tanghetti EA, Kawata AK, Daniels SR, Yeomans K, Burk CT , Callender VD. Understanding the Burden of Adult Female Acne. The Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology 2014;7:22-30.

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