How to Treat Acne with Resveratrol Acne Cream and Facial Wash

Resveratrol acne cream and wash is one of the only topical acne treatments that provides effective results without harmful side effects. An exposed acne treatment that doesn’t require a prescription, doesn’t damage the skin or dry it out, and will aid in reducing acne scars, is now available under the new name Dermagist, previously known as the Dermajuv acne treatment system.

The Latest Acne Treatment Products Q & A

  1. Why does Dermagist work as an acne removal system?
  2. What is Resveratrol?
  3. How does Dermagist (containing resveratrol) compare to other acne treatment products that contain Benzoyl Peroxide?
  4. Is Resveratrol safe?
  5. Does Dermagist (Dermajuv) eliminate what causes acne?

What Causes Acne?

Before discussing how to treat it, let’s look at what causes acne. Facial and body acne arises from different factors and if you have sever acne vulgaris you’ll need to consult a dermatologist to determine the cause in your particular case. However, it’s no accident that teenagers, women who are about to get their period, pre menopausal women, highly stressed individuals and those who have certain diets, suffer more from a variety of skin disorders that range from a few pimples to severe nodular acne. It’s easy to see the relation between hormone levels, diet, stress and the emergence of facial and body acne.

Here are some factors that aggravate acne, albeit not being the direct cause:

  • pollution which leads to clogged pores and bacteria on the skin
  • inactivity or a lack of exercise which leads to poor circulation
  • diets that consist of refined sugars, simple carbohydrates, dairy and animal products lead to toxic buildup and poor elimination
  • insufficient fluids, especially water and fresh nutrient-rich vegetables can lead to dehydration and cause skin disorders to worsen.

Since most types of acne begin from a hormonal or internal cause, topical acne cream preparations and acne wash solutions will only be able to eliminate SOME of the elements that aggravate this condition, such as bacteria on the skin, irritants and clogged pores. Topical acne treatment products can minimize the redness of acne vulgaris, help to heal large nodules, stop infection and curb irritation, as well as lessen scarring that may result from sever nodular acne.

But let’s get back to answering the questions regarding how to treat acne with creams and facial / body washes.

1. Why does Dermagist Acne Cream work as an acne removal system?

Dermagist contains resveratrol.

Resveratrol is one of the only ingredients that has been proven to be an effective treatment for acne.

2. What is Resveratrol?

Resveratrol is derived from the elements found in the skins of red grapes. It’s been studied, and continues to be investigated and tested, not only because it aids in eliminating bacteria from the skin and easing the effects of acne, helping to heal acne scars, and providing relief for individuals suffering with acne skin, but because it’s one of the latest anti aging products that’s natural and may prove to be a means, when taken internally, to prolong life.

Resveratrol is being researched so extensively due to it’s effectiveness against cancer in laboratory animals, and due to it being a potent anti-inflammatory, as well as a means to lower blood-sugar levels (in diabetic animals), and for its positive cardiovascular influences (in laboratory animals). Although it’s not yet known the extent of its miraculous properties in humans, it’s believed that the use of resveratrol may prove to be a leap toward prolonging human life and perhaps forming part of a cancer prevention solution.

3. How does Dermagist (containing resveratrol) compare to other acne treatment products that contain Benzoyl Peroxide?

Benzoyl Peroxide is an antiseptic solution, a means to eliminate bacteria on the skin, as well as a bleaching agent that’s used in many acne wash and acne cream products. Benzoyl Peroxide acts to disinfect but also dehydrates inflamed acne areas and can result in extreme dryness of the skin, often an itchy, flaky irritation, and in some cases may even burn the acne affected area so much that it swells, and later peels.

Resveratrol does not burn or dry the skin. Instead it’s an antiseptic and antiviral agent that appears to offer no dermal side effects that are harmful, dehydrating or toxic, and does not create scabbing, scaling, flaking swelling or irritation. From studies conducted, it appears that resveratrol also contributes to reversing the effects ageing, UV damage and even helps to heal tumors (at least in animals).

4. Is Resveratrol safe?

If drinking red wine is safe, then resveratrol is probably okay to take internally, and rub on your skin externally. Resveratrol is made from the extracts found in the skin of the red grapes. Studies are being conducting to determine what the long-term effects may be, both positive and negative, although to date there are no conclusive human results. In animals, there have been no harmful side effects perceived aside from increased longevity and better overall health.

5. How does Dermagist (Dermajuv) eliminate what causes acne in the first place?

Dermagist doesn’t actually eliminate acne causes, at least not by using only the topical acne cream preparations and facial or body washes. It simply aids healing, keeps the skin disinfected and bacteria free and stops acne vulgaris from becoming infected and causing scars. It also helps to keep skin healthy so that the conditions where acne flourishes do not exists. Topical acne treatments can’t do much more than treat symptoms. To eliminate skin acne, the causes must be addressed, be they hormonal, diet or stress related.

Natural skin care professionals are advocating that, aside from a resveratrol acne face wash and cream preparation, an internal product may be taken as well. At the moment, there is no specific resveratrol treatment for acne in a pill form, although there are many dietary supplements that are said to rejuvenate the entire body.

The problem is that is that no one knows the exact dosage or how resveratrol will specifically work or what part of the body will be most affected. Nevertheless, there are dozens of rejuvenation formulas in tablet and capsule form that contain resveratrol and are said to delver anti aging properties to the entire body and help skin become more radiant from the inside out. It’s up to you to decide if you wish to try these new dietary supplements as part of your personal acne solution or if you’d rather use a good acne body wash / acne cream and drink a little more red wine. .

For more information on how to cleanse and detoxify the body, please continue browsing related posts such as the one about body cleanse solutions such as the Master Cleanse and Lemonade Diet and Weight Loss Tips that advocates a raw food diet that will detoxify your entire body. For ideas on how to conduct a safe Detox Cleanse, please consider the information in the article entitled Natural Detox Cleanse for Colon Health. If you’re interested in having healthy skin, you may not realize that it starts with a healthy colon and body that eliminates toxins and waste efficiently.

If you are looking for an acne scar treatment, we invite you to peruse the information we have collected in the article entitled The Best Acne Scar Treatment, which deals with the latest laser and radio frequency solutions as well as the best acne scar removal cream preparations we could find.

One Response

01.30.11

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J”ai 50 ans et toujours de l acne depuis quand meme mes 11 ans pourquoi pas essayez une creme anti acne a base de resveratrol les principes naturels de la creme de dermagist me paraissent interessants car j’ai utilise que des cremes a base de peroyde de benzole (excusez la mauvaise ecriture du mot) depuis que je subis cet acne , ….Medicament toujours prescrit par les dermatologues. Une seule chose me gene on ne parle pas de l’effet qu’ont ses produits sur les comedons, les points blancs, pores dilates et les microkystes. Pourrais je avoir des renseignements supplementaires sur ses produits. Merci d’avance.

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