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Acne Treatment  


Acne is a disorder of the skin`s sebaceous glands that results in clogged pores and lesions, commonly called pimples or zits. Acne lesions usually occur on the face, neck, back, chest, and shoulders.

Acne occurs when sebum is not able to pass through the hair follicle. Cells from the lining of the follicle are shed too fast and clump together, plugging up the follicle`s opening so sebum cannot get through. The mixture of sebum and cells causes bacteria to grow in the plugged follicles. These bacteria produce chemicals and enzymes that can cause inflammation. When a plugged follicle (called comedones) can no longer hold its contents, it bursts and spills sebum (oil), skin cells, and bacteria onto nearby skin. Such comedone called a blackhead because it looks black due to melanin, a skin`s pigment. Blackheads can last for a long time because the contents very slowly drain to the surface.


People of all ages get acne, but it is most common in adolescents, nearly 85% of adolescents and young adults between the ages of 12 and 24 develop acne. People of all races can have acne, but it is more common among Caucasians. Most people no longer have acne by the time they reach their 30s; however, some people continue to have acne in their 40s and 50s.

The exact cause of acne is unknown, but doctors believe it results from several factors while the main factor is high hormone levels. Male sex hormones called androgens increase in both boys and girls during puberty. More androgens lead to enlarged sebaceous glands, which mean more sebum is made.

Another factor related to acne is heredity, or genetics. The tendency to develop acne can be inherited from parents. For example, studies show that many school-age boys with acne have a family history of it.

Several factors can make acne worse. Hormone levels in girls and women may cause worse acne 2-7 days before their menstrual period starts. Hormonal changes related to pregnancy can cause acne to get worse. When women start or stop taking birth control pills, hormonal changes can also cause acne to flare up. Stress, especially severe or prolonged emotional tension, may worsen acne.  Environmental irritants, such as pollution and high humidity, can make acne worse.

Acne cannot be cured but can be treated and with a good treatment solution you can prevent, control and maintain your treated conditions.

In the last few years, phototherapy treatments led to extremely good results in various skin diseases.

SyroLight Ltd, which is a leading provider of phototherapeutic medical devices, managed to utilize proprietary low level narrow band light technology for the treatment of this problem.
The company BioBeam Acne Light Treatment System was found particularly effective in the Treatment of Acne

The efficacy of the BioBeam Acne has been demonstrated in extensive clinical study in which the device was found to be an effective for acne in the inflammatory stage while positive results can be seen within 3-6 weeks of starting treatment. In treatment of 6 weeks: 20% of the patients were completely healed, 50% of the patients showed major improvement & 20% of the patients showed minor improvement

In cases of severe acne, it is recommended to combine antibiotic together with BioBeam treatment.
The technology used in the BioBeam Acne is supported by NASA studies, aimed at providing astronauts a highly efficient therapeutic healing device to be used in space
While traditional phototherapeutic methods are often prohibitively expensive and require a clinical setting, the lightweight, portable BioBeam Acne is suitable for home use. The treatment is painless, very easy to manipulate and provides a drug free completely safe treatment in the comfort of one`s home.

Acne Treatment  


Acne is a disorder of the skin`s sebaceous glands that results in clogged pores and lesions, commonly called pimples or zits. Acne lesions usually occur on the face, neck, back, chest, and shoulders.

Acne occurs when sebum is not able to pass through the hair follicle. Cells from the lining of the follicle are shed too fast and clump together, plugging up the follicle`s opening so sebum cannot get through. The mixture of sebum and cells causes bacteria to grow in the plugged follicles. These bacteria produce chemicals and enzymes that can cause inflammation. When a plugged follicle (called comedones) can no longer hold its contents, it bursts and spills sebum (oil), skin cells, and bacteria onto nearby skin. Such comedone called a blackhead because it looks black due to melanin, a skin`s pigment. Blackheads can last for a long time because the contents very slowly drain to the surface.


People of all ages get acne, but it is most common in adolescents, nearly 85% of adolescents and young adults between the ages of 12 and 24 develop acne. People of all races can have acne, but it is more common among Caucasians. Most people no longer have acne by the time they reach their 30s; however, some people continue to have acne in their 40s and 50s.

The exact cause of acne is unknown, but doctors believe it results from several factors while the main factor is high hormone levels. Male sex hormones called androgens increase in both boys and girls during puberty. More androgens lead to enlarged sebaceous glands, which mean more sebum is made.

Another factor related to acne is heredity, or genetics. The tendency to develop acne can be inherited from parents. For example, studies show that many school-age boys with acne have a family history of it.

Several factors can make acne worse. Hormone levels in girls and women may cause worse acne 2-7 days before their menstrual period starts. Hormonal changes related to pregnancy can cause acne to get worse. When women start or stop taking birth control pills, hormonal changes can also cause acne to flare up. Stress, especially severe or prolonged emotional tension, may worsen acne.  Environmental irritants, such as pollution and high humidity, can make acne worse.

Acne cannot be cured but can be treated and with a good treatment solution you can prevent, control and maintain your treated conditions.

In the last few years, phototherapy treatments led to extremely good results in various skin diseases.

SyroLight Ltd, which is a leading provider of phototherapeutic medical devices, managed to utilize proprietary low level narrow band light technology for the treatment of this problem.
The company BioBeam Acne Light Treatment System was found particularly effective in the Treatment of Acne

The efficacy of the BioBeam Acne has been demonstrated in extensive clinical study in which the device was found to be an effective for acne in the inflammatory stage while positive results can be seen within 3-6 weeks of starting treatment. In treatment of 6 weeks: 20% of the patients were completely healed, 50% of the patients showed major improvement & 20% of the patients showed minor improvement

In cases of severe acne, it is recommended to combine antibiotic together with BioBeam treatment.
The technology used in the BioBeam Acne is supported by NASA studies, aimed at providing astronauts a highly efficient therapeutic healing device to be used in space
While traditional phototherapeutic methods are often prohibitively expensive and require a clinical setting, the lightweight, portable BioBeam Acne is suitable for home use. The treatment is painless, very easy to manipulate and provides a drug free completely safe treatment in the comfort of one`s home.
 

 

$249.95

 

 

 

$249.95