Topical Acne
Treatment

Topical Acne Treatment

Fight acne & regain confidence!

  • Excesss sebum manager
  • Non-comedogenic moisturizer
  • Antibacterial agent

Dedicated to helping acne sufferers

ACNE-OIL™ is our flagship product, founded with the objective of providing solutions for the many acne sufferers amoungst us. We believe in a holistic approach to acne management; topical application of ACNE-OIL™ together with a healthy lifestyle.

Excess sebum controller

ACNE-OIL™ helps to balance excess sebum (oil produced by ones skin) production, thereby helping to prevent pores from clogging which would otherwise result in acne, pimples and hyperpigmentation (dark marks).

ACNE-OIL™ is non-comedogenic, moisturizing and protecting the skin without clogging pores. The nutrients provided by the oil complement its efficacy in topical skin care, especially for people with acne.

Non-Comedogenic Moisturizer

Ensuring that your skin is kept moisturized is very important when it comes to controlling acne. However, using products that clog the skin pores serves little purpose and just exacerbates the problem. The answer is of course to use a non-comedogenic oil such as Acne-Oil which does not clog pores and provides for healthy moisturized skin care via its combination of omega fatty acids and vitamins.

Antibacterial agent

With its unique combination of antibacterial properties, healthy unsaturated fats, and antioxidants ACNE-OIL™ is in a league of its own in managing acne and pimples.

Research papers

. . .  the superior treatment for acne, overcoming the limitation of antibiotic resistance and retinoids, and the risk of side effects. In conclusion, this study confirmed the promising anti-acne activity of HSHE, evidenced by anti-Pacnes, anti-inflammation, anti-lipogenesis, and pro-collagen synthesis activities. Thus, HSHE could be utilized conventionally for the development of safe and effective anti-acne agents.

Solee,J , August 27, 2018, ‘The ameliorative effect of hexane extracts on the Propionibacterium acnes-induced inflammation and lipogenesis in sebocytes’, Public Library of Science, 10.1371


. . . useful for the treatment of acne rosacea, seborrheic dermatitis, eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis and lichen planus. . . .  strengthens the skin and makes it more resistant to bacterial, fungal and viral infections (79).

National Library of Medicine, Jundishapur J Microbiol. 2015 Nov; 8(11): e25580.  Medicinal Plants for the Treatment of Acne Vulgaris: A Review of Recent Evidences

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