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Written By onci on Monday, April 24, 2006 | 2:51 PM

Actimine provides the nutrients needed by your body to regulate the occurrence of acne, eliminating the potential scarring and embarrassment which often result from chronic breakouts.

Acne (acne vulgaris) is among the most common of all skin disorders, affecting nearly 85% of all people living in the United States alone. Unfortunately, myths concerning this condition are just as popular as the condition itself. For example; have you ever been advised to avoid certain foods to prevent a breakout, or repetitively washed your face, hoping a cleaner face would stop the development of pimples? How about increasing water intake and exercise? If you said yes to one, or even all of these questions, its likely that using various techniques to prevent the onset of acne is of primary importance in your "daily grind."

Although acne is not considered a serious detriment to one's health, the psychological trauma and general feelings of inferiority caused by the condition can prove devastating. What's more, there is currently no cure for acne. Both of these facts emphasize the importance of developing an understanding as to what actually causes the condition, and applying the proper treatment options when acne "breakouts" do occur. Dermatologists the world over suggest that with today's nutritional and medicinal advancements, virtually every case of acne can and should be resolved.

Actimine's synergistic formula has been designed to support your existing treatment program. The ingredients included in Actimine fuel your body with key nutrients that allow the skin to normalize, while promoting a decrease of sebum (oil) production and inflammation.

Actimine Can Assist YOUR Existing
Acne Treatment Regiment!

The most common form of treatment for mild inflammatory acne is a topical application of one or more popular over-the-counter medications. These include benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, and sulfur-based skin creams or masks. Although these products are dermatologist recommended for mild signs of acne, side effects like skin irritation, burning, and/or redness are common complaints. Moderate to severe forms of inflammatory acne are most typically treated with a combination of both oral and topical medicines, usually vitamin A derivative creams and antibiotics. Inflammatory acne that does not respond to any of these treatments often warrants the use of even stronger medicines (e.g. Accutane), which can cause severe side effects such as changes in liver function.

However, the majority of acne sufferers overlook a critical influence for acne development - adequate nutrient intake. Research is currently being conducted and is studying the mechanisms responsible for regulating natural sebum production to help identify ways to effectively reduce its production. Other studies are aimed at developing immunological interventions to prevent the onset of acne-related symptoms. Actimine's proprietary blend of ingredients has been designed with this latest research in mind, helping to manage the primary causes of acne from the inside while promoting allure on the skin's surface.

Like many treatments using vitamin A derivatives, Actimine too employs vitamin A to provide a reduction in sebum production and buildup of keratin within the follicles. Actimine also addresses inflammatory concerns by providing your body with the important antioxidant-rich nutrient selenium. Selenium has been shown to be of influence in the regulation of the enzyme glutathione peroxidase. This enzyme is not only our body's most potent, naturally-occurring antioxidant and detoxicant, it also plays a critical role in the body's natural inflammatory processes.

  • Zinc is an important nutrient of total skin health and is also included in Progressive Health's synergistic acne formula. Zinc gluconate, one of the most effective forms of zinc, aids in hormonal management; furthering a reduction in both sebum and keratin - two primary causes of acne formation.

  • Methylsulfonyl Methane and Gum Guggul extract improve the permeability of cell walls, allowing the nutrients to be deposited in the many cellular structures affected by this condition. Gum Guggul has proven so effective in one clinical trial, in fact, that 20 patients exhibited better improvements in skin health when compared to the oral antibiotic tetracycline.

The benefits of the active ingredients included in Actimine will compliment your current treatment program for the management of acne without the fear of debilitating or discomforting side effects.

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