Acne (also known as pimples) is not something you would want to wake up to every day. Yet, some people have acne on their face. Many products on the market try to sell a ‘quick fix’ cosmetic lotion or cream. Acne is often the result of hormonal imbalances and immune system problems, or excess heat in the body. Even if you suppress acne with artificial means, the underlying imbalance will manifest itself again. To eliminate acne holistically, our doctors recommend that you address the underlying causes. Kits for acne are available that target all aspects of the condition: balancing hormones and eliminating toxins; clearing scars and boosting immunity. The best natural ingredients from our Earth were combined to give you glowing, smooth skin. We don’t want to keep you in the vicious cycle of acne’s occurrence.
Acne affects the sebaceous glands. Acne is a common skin disease that occurs primarily during adolescence. Acne is caused by hormones released by the adrenal glands, which stimulate the sebaceous glands.
Never ignore acne because it can scar you for life
Acne can affect a person’s self-esteem and confidence because it leaves behind disfiguring scars, particularly on visible areas, such as the face. Researchers have found that certain strains of bacteria determine acne severity and frequency. It is not always the bacteria that causes acne. Systemic hormonal imbalances can also be a factor. Acne is both inflammatory and non-inflammatory. Acne can be classified as Comedones, Papules, Nodules, and Cysts.
How Do I Treat My Acne?
Antibiotics are included in the allopathic treatment of acne. These Antibiotics suppress bacterial infections and relieve acne. Many people find that acne usually returns after stopping antibiotics. Antibiotic-resistant bacteria have become a major medical concern. Our doctors do not believe that antibiotics are a cure for Acne because they do very little to correct hormonal imbalances or sebum production. Our Doctors also noticed that some Salicylic Acid-based creams and washes worsen the condition over time.
For clear and glowing skin, it is important to cleanse thoroughly from the inside!
Biogetica’s Precedent Setting Protocols That Work from Both the Inside and Outside!
Our doctors believe that a holistic approach aimed at correcting all imbalances is the best way to achieve clear, glowing skin. Any other treatment is a temporary solution that will only lead to you treating zits one after another.
Biogetica prefers a holistic, ground-breaking approach to Acne that involves:
- Detoxifying Your Blood
- Immune Boosting.
- Balancing sebum production.
- Balancing your entire endocrine axis.
How to remove scars from your skin?
Each major ingredient of every Biogetica kit is backed by modern trials and studies as well as a wealth of data on its traditional uses from Ayurveda, Homeopathy, and other ancient systems.
Homeopathy is the only natural system of medicine recognized in the USA. Only our homeopathic products can heal acne, and the other products in the kit may only be used to achieve a flawless, glowing complexion.
According to the FTC Enforcement Policy Statement, any homeopathic drug seller must include:
- Homeopathy is not scientifically proven to work.
- The claims of the product are based on homeopathic theories from the 1700s, which are not widely accepted by modern medical experts.
We have dedicated our lives to Natural Healing, and we can attest to what nature offers. We will be with you every step of the journey!
Try Our Products Now! The 90-day unconditional 100% money-back guarantee is valid.
We will refund you if the results are not as expected. ASK NO QUESTIONS.
We value people over money, and we will provide these products for free if you can’t afford them.
Please use your account ID to order in bulk if you are a doctor’s office. In the coupon field.
What is Acne?
Acne is an inflammatory condition of the sebaceous (oil-producing) glands and hair follicles. Acne and pimples can be considered physiologic and dermatological reactions to certain external and internal stimuli. Acne is usually triggered around puberty, and it tends to last through adolescence. Sometimes, it can be so severe that the problem leads to suppuration. It is the formation of pus. Acne scars can last a long time and sometimes even for the rest of your life.
Acne can be classified as either inflammatory or non-inflammatory. Acne can be classified into:
- Acne Rosacea: (reddish and seen more in older women, it is of vascular origin.
- Acne Papulosa
- Acne Pustulosa (containing pus).
- Acne Nodulosa is characterized by a hard and nodular rash.
- Acne excoriee
- Acne Conglomata: Multiple lesions that conglomerate into large, indurated cicatrices (especially in men)
- Acne vulgaris (ugly scars)
Causes of Acne
- Sebum production increases.
- Bacterial infection
- Pityrosporum infection is a fungus.
- Hyperkeratinization of the pilosebaceous canal or accumulation of foreign materials such as dirt and dust.
- Genetic predisposition.
- Hormonal imbalances.
- Ancient Ayurvedic texts consider that improper digestion and poor food habits are also responsible for many cases.
Pathology Of Acne
Acne appears in the following order:
- The accumulation of oily secretions occurs when the sebaceous canal is blocked.
- These secretions combine with the other skin cells and form a nidus that attracts bacteria and fungi which are usually present on the surface of the skin.
- The defence mechanisms are activated when these organisms produce antigenic substances which cause an inflammatory response.
- Leukocytes and bacteria war starts.
- Congestion causes redness, swelling, and pus.
- Pain is caused by the production of certain chemicals, such as prostaglandins.
- The dark color is not dirt but it occurs as a result of the gland being exposed to air. Sometimes the gland remains distended and produces an elevation called a whitehead.
Acne Signs and Symptoms
Acne can also be seen in men, although it is more common in women. Androgens, or male hormones, are responsible for this. Acne is known to be triggered by hormonal fluctuations in females during menarche and menstruation. Acne can appear on the forehead, cheeks, and chin. It is also common to see acne on the upper back, shoulders, chest, neck, and nape of the throat.
Seborrhea can also be associated with seborrheic skin dermatitis. Comedones are sebaceous glands that are plugged and later develop into papules. This infection can cause pus to form and fibrosis of the gland, which may lead to scarring.
Acne usually improves with age. It rarely persists after the third decade.
In the case of adult acne (also known as acne rosacea), there is a tendency for persistent redness of the skin, flushing, and redness of the eyes.
The formation of cysts is the hallmark of severe acne. The face, upper arms, shoulders, and back are the most common areas affected by cystic acne.
The drugs used to treat acne in its mainstream form are antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory. Also prescribed are medicines that reduce sebum production. These formulations can be taken as pills or creams. Some of these drugs can have serious side effects, just like other medications.
If acne is severe, laser or surgery may be recommended.
On the Other Hand…
Biogetica doctors believe that a holistic approach aimed at all core imbalances will help you to eliminate zits, and achieve healthy glowing skin free of blemishes.
Advanced Natural Therapies
Natural remedies, according to tradition, are believed to target your body’s hormonal imbalances and excessive sebum production.
They work to restore hormonal balance as well as balance secretions of glands beneath the skin surface. Natural remedies include Ayurvedic herbal products (Sangpure tablets), creams to be applied locally (Topi Berberis Cream), and Resonance homeopathy products (Acnee 200).
The following products may work by:
- Balancing your hormone levels.
- Cleaning your blood
- Eliminating toxins on your skin surface.
- Balancing sebum production.
- Reduce hypersensitivity to causative factors.
- Skin protection: How to protect your skin against infections
- Reduce scars, and promote healthy skin free of blemishes.
The latest technology in psychoacoustic (Ac-nee Soundscape) is used to send subliminal signals to the brain, influencing positive changes in your body.
Each Biogetica kit contains a large amount of data on traditional uses from Ayurveda, Homeopathy, and modern trials and studies. People and governments have differing opinions and laws today regarding natural supplements and complementary therapies. We prefer to not make any claims but rather point out independent research and clinical trials that prove their effectiveness scientifically. We compare the results to pharmaceutical drugs in some cases to demonstrate that natural products are just as effective or even more so than these medications.
To present this information in a neutral and current manner, we show all Google Scholar results for scientific articles on a specific product or ingredient. You can decide if you read just the summary of the research. You can compare and read the results from drug studies with the results from Biogetica’s studies. We are committed to your right to choose natural or drug alternatives.
Research on Homeopathic Ingredients
- The millefolium extract: According to studies, this extract has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties which may help clear up the skin.
- Sabina: According to studies, this homeopathic remedy can rejuvenate skin damaged by harmful sun rays.
- Phosphorus: Several clinical trials have shown a potential benefit to skin health.
Research On Herbal Ingredients
- Picrorhiza kurroa: Research indicates that this herb has hepatoprotective properties which could help to eliminate toxins in the blood. It may also help improve digestion and blood flow, resulting in glowing and clear skin.
- Saussurea Lappa (Kustha), is a herb that may make your skin clear, radiant, and glowing.
- Bombax Malabarica: According to studies, this herb may help with the regeneration of skin cells. It may also remove blemishes.
- Hemidesmus indicus (Anantmool): Recent studies have shown that this herb may help remove free radicals, giving you radiant skin.
Research on Nutraceutical Ingredients
- Curcuma longa: This natural ingredient has anti-inflammatory properties, is anti-microbial, and may be able to clear your skin.
All the ingredients are combined in a discrete package that will be delivered to your door. Every order comes with a 90-day unconditional money-back guarantee. You can return the product for a full refund if you’re not satisfied.
Click on the product you want to buy. Start your healing journey now!
Home remedies for Acne
Acne is a common skin condition that affects many people. While it’s always a good idea to consult a dermatologist for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan, several home remedies may help alleviate acne symptoms. Here are some home remedies you can try:
- Keep your face clean: Gently wash your face twice a day using a mild cleanser. Avoid scrubbing your face too vigorously, as it can irritate the skin and worsen acne.
- Tea tree oil: Apply a drop or two of tea tree oil to the affected areas using a cotton swab. Tea tree oil has antimicrobial properties and may help reduce inflammation and kill acne-causing bacteria.
- Honey and cinnamon mask: Mix one tablespoon of honey with half a teaspoon of cinnamon powder to form a paste. Apply the paste to the affected areas and leave it on for 10-15 minutes before rinsing off. Both honey and cinnamon have antibacterial properties and can soothe the skin.
- Apple cider vinegar: Dilute apple cider vinegar with water in a 1:3 ratio and apply it to the skin using a cotton ball. Let it sit for a few minutes before rinsing off. Apple cider vinegar can help balance the pH of the skin and reduce inflammation.
- Aloe vera: Apply fresh aloe vera gel to the affected areas and leave it on for 20-30 minutes before rinsing off. Aloe vera has anti-inflammatory and soothing properties that can help calm irritated skin.
- Green tea: Brew a cup of green tea and let it cool. Dip a cotton ball into the tea and apply it to the skin or use it as a face wash. Green tea contains antioxidants that can help reduce inflammation and fight bacteria.
- Ice: Wrap an ice cube in a clean cloth and gently apply it to the affected areas for a few seconds at a time. This can help reduce swelling and redness associated with acne.
Remember, everyone’s skin is different, and what works for one person may not work for another. If your acne is severe or persists despite home remedies, it’s best to consult a health care professional for a proper evaluation and personalized treatment plan.
Evidence Based Multidisciplinary Kits