No need to live with demeaning acne scars
Physical exfoliation of 10 approximately microns, particularly of rough tissues and acne scars helps active components in our Bioskinexfol cream to quickly penetrate the outer layer of the skin into the basal layer of the epidermis, while they also polish the area and make it softer and feel and look more even.
If scars are indented, pitted or so called ice-pick acne scars the action of the enzymes in our biologic natural serum combined with physical exfoliation by the abrading micro-crystals embeded in a lipid cream base will work to get rid of damaged proteins and use their aminoacids to rebuild the skin.
Acne scar therapy with enzymes and skin resurfacing in your home for quick results will motivate you to persevere and scrub the cream onto your skin daily, up until you get rid of acne scars.
BIOSKINEXFOL, our home microdermabrasion cream for acne scars utilizes small micro-crystals that, scrubed onto your skin frequently for some time, will polish away the upermost microns of damaged skin. It likewise contains the natural serum with enzymes that eliminates scar tissues that are deeper in the epidermis while it speeds skin regeneration.
At Home Microdermabrasion Cream.
50 gr = 1.76 oz – $59.98
Understanding the Skin Repair Process for Acne Scars
The horny layer of our skin is often compared to a brick-and-mortar building: The big cells of the epidermis are packed firmly together, while the small locations in between them are loaded with fats (lipids).
The design is sure-fire: The corneocytes (dead cells) keep foreign products out, and the lipids ensure water remains in. The 2nd layer 0f the epidermis is 80 µm micrometres or microns thick. The 3rd layer of the skin (the dermis) contains the blood vessels and nerve endings and is a number of millimeters thick.
It is on this hard ground that numerous products are supposed to work. The majority of skin-care products focus on hydrating the ‘dead’ layer of the skin, the 10 microns above that require water so they do not feel dry, however that is inadequate and in many cases it is unhealthy for it ends moistening the skin too much.
The mix of dead stratum corneum layer and live epidermis makes it exceptionally challenging for external elements to penetrate skin. Generally, just small water-soluble molecules have the ability to diffuse gradually into the skin.
There are two general types of acne scars, defined by tissue response to inflammation
(1) Scars triggered by increased tissue development, and.
(2) Scars caused by loss of tissue.
Scars Caused by Increased Tissue Formation
The scars caused by increased tissue formation are called keloids. Keloid scars are associated with excessive quantities of the cell substance collagen. Overproduction of collagen is a response of skin cells to injury. The excess collagen ends up being piled up in fibrous masses, resulting in a particular firm, smooth, usually irregularly-shaped scar.
The typical keloid scar is 1 to 2 millimeters in diameter, however some might be 1 centimeter or larger. This abnormal development of scar tissue is most likely to occur in people with family members who have comparable sorts of scars.
Keloid scars persist for several years, however might lessen in size gradually.
Scars Caused by Loss of Tissue
Acne scars associated with loss of tissue– much like scars that result from chicken pox– are more typical than keloids. Scars associated with loss of tissue are:.
Ice Pick Acne Scars.
Ice-pick scars may be shallow or deep, and could be tough or soft to the touch. Soft scars can be improved by stretching the skin; hard ice-pick scars can not be stretched out.
Are normally quite large, with sharp edges and steep sides. The base of these scars is firm to the touch. Ice-pick scars might develop into depressed fibrotic scars over time.
Superficial or deep are soft to the touch. They have gently sloping rolled edges that combine with normal skin. They are normally small, and either linear or circular in shape.
Are usually fairly small when they take place on the face, but might be a centimeter or bigger on the body. They are soft, frequently with a somewhat wrinkled base, and might be bluish in appearance due to capillary lying just under the scar. Over time, these scars change from bluish to ivory white in color in white-skinned people, and end up being much less obvious.
Follicular macular atrophy.
Is most likely to occur on the chest or back of a person with acne breakouts. These are small, white, soft lesions, often hardly raised above the surface of the skin– rather like whiteheads that didn’t totally develop.
Acne scars are sad reminders that acne treatment failed.
Acne treatment fails when it does not attend to the origin of acne, specifically the inflammatory response of your own immune system to damaged skin cells caused by:
a) hardened sebum inside the hair follicles that injures the cells lining the walls of the sebum ducts,
and b) bacteria that reproduces uncontrolled when sebum blocks the pores and no oxygen is in there.
Acne inflammation is a process that damages even your own cells while immune cells attack the sebum and the excess bacteria and its wastes that injure your cells.
This takes place because your immune system considers sebum is a thread that may jeopardize your whole body; and thus it can care less if while doing so you are left behind with holes or what look as ice pick acne scars.
BIOSKINEXFOL is based on the same ingredients as BIOSKINCARE + Microcrystals for physical exfoliation of the upper most layer of skin. Allows for depper penetration of the active ingredients and the enzymes in our unique serum to dissolve damaged cells and tissues in the dermis.
BIOSKINEXFOL Cream is a proven way to deeply cleanse and gently exfoliate to get rid of blemishes (even old scars) and improve the quality and texture of your skin – you can finally have the soft, clear, healthy looking skin you have always wanted.
At Home Microdermabrasion Cream.
50 gr = 1.76 oz – $59.98