Mike Walden review author of acne no more program-The natural dermatological treatment of acne without drugs
Acne is a disease of adolescence and is characterized by inflammation of the sebaceous glands.
Recent years have seen an increased frequency in adults.
Rash is diverse consisting of comedones, papules, pustules, nodules, cysts, scars and may be accompanied by seborrhea.
It occurs most often in women, and although it is not associated with serious complications and can have significant psychosocial effects on sufferers.
Unlike that previously thought, acne is not caused by poor diet or fatty foods.
The disease is found in areas rich in sebaceous glands and mainly affects adolescents and subsides gradually in adulthood.
Acne develops when the sebaceous glands produce excess sebum. This is associated with the overproduction of keratinocytes in the walls of the glands that clog the pores to the skin surface.
Bacteria are grown at the skin clogged pores causing the reaction of the skin, which translates in inflammation, which is called acne.
The natural method of photodynamic therapy
Remains a challenge for dermatology finding effective treatment for acne as it develops drug resistance while it is necessary to minimize side effects.
With the physical method of photodynamic therapy, clear light containing no UVA & UVB radiation, aims propionovaktiridio acne and inflammation is responsible for the acne lesions.
The local increase in temperature due to the thermal energy of light, it causes destruction of bacteria which contain a natural ingredient koproporfyrini III, which reacts with the light and generates free oxygen radicals, thereby kill bacteria sebaceous gland.
Independent studies have shown that photodynamic therapy, has the effect of reducing inflammation by 73%. consists of two sessions a week, for 4 weeks in total, i.e. a total of 8 sessions.
Key advantages of this method:
does not interfere with daily activity.
there is no pain. reducing inflammation topped up to 16 weeks after the end of treatment.
more than 70% of patients respond to treatment. noninvasive. Moso contraindicated in patients with photosensitivity and diseases such as lupus erythematosus.
In the case of cystic acne, the photodynamic treatment must be done in conjunction with a photosensitizer to the enhanced therapeutic effect.