Acne Treatment Products for Oily Skin
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Acne Treatment Products For Oily Skin
Using modern plant extraction technology, this product combines the essence of Aloe, Honeysuckle, flos chrysanthemi indici, Angelica sinensis and many other famous Chinese herbal medicine,after years of research, concentrated into a high-quality liquid, the main treatment of Acne and folliculitis.
Acne Clear Liquid
Radix sophorae flavescentis, Aloe, Honeysuckle, flos chrysanthemi indici, Angelica sinensis. etc.
Suitable for all kinds of people with acne and folliculitis.
External use, Take a small amount, Evenly applied to acne parts, 2-3 times a day(Moderate to severe patients can be doubly used)
1. Do not eat spicy food.
2. Skin damaged person prudent use
3. If you have an allergy, stop using it immediately. Allergies can disappear by themselves in a few days.
4. Keep out of reach of children.
Sealed, protected from light, stored in a dry place
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Pharmaceutical factory of Shaanxi Academy of Sciences
No.16 Weihui East Road, Yangling demonstration area, Shaanxi China (Mainland)
The occurrence of acne is mainly related to factors such as excessive sebum secretion, hair follicle sebaceous gland catheter blockage, bacterial infection and inflammatory reaction and other factors. After entering puberty, the level of androgens, especially testosterone, in the human body rapidly rises, promoting sebaceous gland development and producing large amounts of sebum. At the same time, the abnormal keratinization of the hair follicle sebaceous ducts leads to the blockage of the ducts, the disorder of the sebum excretion, and the formation of keratin plugs, ie, acne. A variety of micro-organisms in the hair follicles, in particular Propionibacterium acnes, proliferate. The lipase produced by Propionibacterium acnes breaks down the sebum to produce free fatty acids, chematizes inflammatory cells and mediators, and ultimately induces and aggravates the inflammatory response.