Acne Cream 50 ml

Eand natural handmade water-based cream with essential oils and herbs
It is important to use a water-based cream because it does not provide a sealed film on the skin but penetrates into the skin
Ingredients:
Water
orange flower water
coconut oil
Cocoa butter
shea butter
aloe vera
evening primrose oil
lavender flower water
tea tree, francinsence, bergamot,
nerolie flower oil, cream chamomile
vitamin E (tocopherol)
provitamin B5 (panthenol)
Antioxidant Hydroxytyrosol from the olive kernel
The Ayurvedic herb Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia)

This cream is also extremely suitable for first and second-degree burns, sunburn, repair scars, small wounds, eczema, varicose veins, joint traumas and emotional traumas.

The skin is our largest and most important human organ.
Each organ is connected to other organs with both joint and individual functions. If an organ does not work properly, this always has consequences for several other organs.
It is therefore important to not only look at the skin but also at other organs in case of skin complaints so that you also tackle the problem integrally from the inside out.

Acne causes skin inflammation caused blockage of the hair follicles and sebaceous glands in combination with the presence of dead skin cells (every two weeks our skin is completely renewed). On the skin and in the skin pores there are good and bad bacteria.
The bad bacteria (which pretty much everyone has on the skin are):
-Propionibacterium acnes
-Staphylococcus aureus
-Staphylococcus epidermis

Due to the blockage, these bacteria will proliferate in the closed hair follicles and sebaceous glands, resulting in the known and unwanted skin inflammations.
In addition to these harmful bacteria, fungi and a disturbed acidity (pH balance) can also seriously weaken the resistance of the skin and contribute to even more inflammation and weakened recovery (scar tissue).

With skin complaints there is often a weakened intestinal flora and emotional tensions for support we advise our dietary supplement Relax contains probiotics, Ashwagandha Magnesium and Gotu Kola

 

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The skin is our largest and most important human organ.

Each organ is connected to other organs with both joint and individual functions. If an organ does not work properly, this always has consequences for several other organs.
It is therefore important to not only look at the skin but also at other organs in case of skin complaints so that you also tackle the problem integrally from the inside out.

Acne causes skin inflammation caused blockage of the hair follicles and sebaceous glands in combination with the presence of dead skin cells (every two weeks our skin is completely renewed). On the skin and in the skin pores there are good and bad bacteria.
The bad bacteria (which pretty much everyone has on the skin are):
-Propionibacterium acnes
-Staphylococcus aureus
-Staphylococcus epidermis

Due to the blockage, these bacteria will proliferate in the closed hair follicles and sebaceous glands, resulting in the known and unwanted skin inflammations.
In addition to these harmful bacteria, fungi and a disturbed acidity (pH balance) can also seriously weaken the resistance of the skin and contribute to even more inflammation and weakened recovery (scar tissue).

What can cause excess sebum production?
IGF-1 (Insulin-like Growth Factor)
IGF-1 is very important for the growth of babies, children and teenagers, but adults need much less IGF-1.
Researchers have found that there is a very strong link between the amount of IGF-1 in the body and acne.
Adolescents suffer the most from acne, because the production of the growth hormone IGF-1 then reaches a peak (Deplewski& Rosenfield, 1999).
Adult women with acne often have an increased level (Cappel et al., 2005).
The contraceptive pill lowers the IGF-1, which explains why women
who stop taking the pill can suffer more from acne.
DAIRY
Milk contains growth hormones called IGF-1. This is useful in the early years (breast milk). These hormone-like substances cause sebaceous glands to become clogged by the overproduction of sebum.
Sugars and
carbohydrates
Foods high in fast carbohydrates and sugars cause your blood sugar levels to rise quickly. The liver makes IGF-1 due to an excessive amount of fast sugars.
BAD FATS
If the liver does not function optimally, acne has a chance to develop. Too many saturated fats and trans fats are stressful for the liver.

TOXIC LOADS
Smoking, medicines, processed foods, alcohol, refined sugars, air pollution and synthetic skin care. The liver is busy. The liver occupies an important place in cleansing and detoxifying our body. The intestines, lungs, kidneys (bladder) and skin are organs that then excrete the safely packaged waste products. Skin complaints can therefore be a sign that the detoxification is not going well.

INTESTINES
A disturbed intestinal flora is associated with acne. Weak digestion causes an increase in sebum production. Thus, supporting and restoring digestion takes a major role in the treatment of acne.

Oral antibiotics are often advised on a regular level. However, the use of oral antibiotics causes disruption of intestinal flora. This in turn causes a reduced defense in the intestines and thus weakens the immune system. In addition, after a number of antibiotic courses, many people experience an increase in pathogenic fungi and yeasts in the intestine such as the Candida albicans.

SKIN FLORA

Antibiotic creams also have disadvantages. After all, the skin also has a skin flora with good bacteria. In addition to the bad, pathogenic bacteria, these antibiotic creams also kill the good, protective bacteria. With long-term use, you not only damage the natural defenses and can cause other skin conditions and infections.

oxidative stress

In chronic stress, the adrenal glands play a major role. Among other things, they produce androgens. These are sex hormones that increase sebum production, causing the pores to clog faster.

reduced resistance

Another disadvantage in chronic stress: the number of white blood cells decreases.

This means less resistance to the bad bacteria.

Acne patients show a much higher level of systemic inflammation (have higher oxidative stress)

Treatment advice:

Dietary advice:

-Eat healthy with common sense
-Reduce carbohydrate intake and (fast) sugars

-Minimize intake of dairy products especially cow’s milk

-Minimize bad fats

-Gluten may also be a burdensome factor in relation to inflammatory factors
-Be careful with toxic and chemically harmful foods
-Pay attention to pH balance, acidic skin is an ideal living environment for bacteria and fungi

Healthy intestinal flora

antibiotics also kill the healthy gut bacteria, supplement with safe body-specific probiotics.

Skin care

-make sure the pores remain open, use water-based creams without paraphine

-many acne creams dry out the skin, which causes damage in the long term

-be careful with alcohol on the skin, kills both the good and bad bacteria, is harmful to the skin

ThreeWells treatment for acne but also other skin conditions

ACNE PROTOCOL:

Acne recovery cream (50 ml)

Clear Recovery
(intestinal flora, immune system):
Contains probiotics Lactobacillus acidophilus DDS-1
Clear Booster |
Clear Base (Oxidative stress, resistance, pH balance, skin)

Oxidation rescue (oxidative stress)
2 x dgs 1 capsule with meals

PROTOCOL:
Acne recovery cream: apply thinly daily as needed
Day 1-tm day 3:
Clear Recovery 3 x dgs 3 capsules with meals
Clear Booster 3 x dgs 2 capsules with meals

Day 4 to day 33
during breakfast :
1 capsule Clear Booster
1 capsule Clear Base
1 capsule Oxidation rescue

at dinner:
1 capsule Clear Booster
1 capsule Clear Base
1 capsule Oxidation rescue

before sleeping :
1 Clear Recovery

THEN REPEAT EVERYTHING AGAIN

Ingredients:
Water
orange flower water
coconut oil
Cocoa butter
shea butter
aloe vera
theun primrose oil,lavender flower water
tea tree, francinsence, bergamot,
nerolie flower oil, cream chamomile
vitamin E (tocopherol)
provitamin B5 (panthenol)
Antioxidant Hydroxytyrosol from the olive kernel
The Ayurvedic herb Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia)
Contains Cetearyl alcohol, vegetarian Glycerin,PEG-100 Stearate, stearic acid,
benzyl alcohol.
Apply this cream thinly and test on a small area of skin first to test for reaction to the ingredients.

Often combined with

    Relax ashwagandha-magnesium-gotu kola-probiotics – 60

    19,25
pillen-poeder

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