Acnelyse Cream - the cure to acne
Acne is a skin condition that commonly effects up to 80% of people in their teens and twenties while a further 5% of sufferers are older adults. Acne can cause spots to develop on the skin, usually on the face, back and chest. The spots can range from mild, to inflame pus-filled pustules and cysts, which can be severe and long lasting and can sometimes lead to scarring.
Many people recover from acne without any permanent effects, but some are left with disfiguring acne scars. There are some topical skin care products and medications that can improve mild scarring, but in some cases acne scars may require treatment with a combination of surgical procedures and skin resurfacing.
Although acne can’t be cured completely, it can be controlled with treatment. There are several creams, gels, lotions and cleansers to treat spots and pimples caused by acne. If you develop acne, it’s a good idea to speak to your pharmacist for advice as treating acne in the earlier stages early may reduce or eliminate the form of scars completely. If your acne is severe and appears on your chest and back, it may need to be treated with antibiotics or stronger creams that are only available on prescription. You should see your Doctor is acne is causing you distress. It is also advisable to see your General practitioner if you develop nodules or cysts as these, if untreated, may leave scarring.
When an acne lesion has healed, it can leave a red or hyper-pigmented mark on the skin. This is actually not yet considered a scar, but rather a post-inflammatory change. Redness or hyper pigmentation is visible as the skin goes through its healing process, which takes approximately 6-12 months. If no more acne lesions develop in that area, the skin can heal normally. Any colour change or skin defects still present after a year is considered to be a permanent defect or scar.
Retinoids and Acne
Retinoids have excellent qualities for unplugging blocked pores, whilst gently peeling away the top surface of your skin. They include adapalene, retinoid, and isotretinoin, which come in various brand names. They also have some effect on reducing inflammation. Therefore, it is best to use early on in acne to unblock pores, treat blackheads or whiteheads (comedones) and mildly reduce inflamed spots. You may need a prescription for all retinoid preparations and most of them contain
- You may develop some skin redness and peeling. This tends to settle over time.
- Spots can sometimes appear a little worse before improving.
- Your skin may be more sensitive to sunlight; therefore you should apply at night and wash off in the morning. Also, as layers of your skin begin to peel it is advisable that you use sun protection during the day if you are out in the sun.
- The most common side effects are burning, drying and irritation of the skin. You may be advised to use a lower strength, less frequent application to start with, and possibly for a shorter duration.
- You should not be pregnant, or intend to become pregnant, as there is a slight risk of harm to unborn babies. Discuss contraception with your doctor if necessary.
Retinoid creams usually contain 0.5 % Retinoik acid.
Acnelyse contains 0.1% Retinoik Acid and is twice as effective
Manufacturer: ABDI IBRAHIM
Product Origin: EU (Turkey)
The uses of Acnelyse cream include:
Acnelyse is commonly used as acne cream but is also sold for many other purposes. Retinoic acid is sometimes used by surgeons to prepare the skin for treatments such as skin resurfacing with peels and lasers.
This excellent product is now available to buy in Europe and U.S.A with quick delivery. Acnelyse comes with product information in English enclosed.
Retinoic acid is the oxidized form of Vitamin A.
Retinoic Acid is often used to improve the appearance and texture of the skin and produces a mild, superficial peel of the epidermis. Retin-A has effects on both the superficial (epidermis) and the deeper (dermis) parts of the skin. Major benefits include a reduction in acne and the effects of sunlight caused ageing. This occurs by increasing the speed with which the surface cells are replaced.
The outer layer of the epidermis, or stratum corneum is thinned, which makes the skin more permeable. However the overall thickness of the epidermis is increased. The epidermal cells are also more active. The production of collagen in the dermis is increased.
The most common problems are redness and sensitivity to the sun but serious complications are rare. If Retinoic acid is used repeatedly there is a risk of loss of pigment or lightning of the skin. Some patients say that the irritation is painful but scarring does not occur.
Some patient’s find that Renova, which is Retinoic acid mixed with an emollient cream is less irritating.
Some doctors feel that bleaching agents are more effective in the treatment of chloasma (pigment change during pregnancy) when combined with retinoic acid.