This Universal Sound Therapy Protocol was designed to assist your body overcome Acne.
Are you or someone you love suffering from Acne and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including Acne with our sound therapies.
At Universal Sound Therapy, we focus on using frequencies to tune your body to the correct frequency for self-healing and symptom relief. Our healing sessions deliver the frequencies that are typical of a healthy body.
As your body absorbs these frequencies, it makes the necessary adjustments to “tune itself” and initiate the healing process. Your body has a natural tendency to stay healthy, and by providing it with the right tools, you can support its natural healing abilities.
Our main objective is to help your body heal, and we are confident that our therapy can achieve this goal. That’s why we offer a 90-day money-back guarantee to our customers. If our Acne sound therapy does not provide the expected benefits, simply return it for a full refund. This is a guarantee that you will not receive from your doctor or pharmacy.
Our Acne sound therapy helps by:
- Decrease appearance of whiteheads, blackheads, and tender bumps
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
Introduction to Acne
Acne can be a persistent and distressing skin condition that affects both teenagers and adults. It often causes emotional distress and scarring. Acne lesions typically appear on the face, neck, chest, back, and shoulders, which have the highest number of oil glands.
Although there are several treatments for acne, such as over-the-counter and prescription medications, antibiotics, oral contraceptives, laser, and light therapy, many of these treatments have side effects. However, sound therapy, which is a new method, can help alleviate the symptoms of acne.
Universal Sound Therapy has created a healing session that targets acne, using specific frequencies that your body needs to heal itself. Our therapy sessions provide your body with the right tools to tune itself, and help clear up the skin condition. Your body wants to be healthy and clear of blemishes, and we help facilitate that process.
Take advantage of our 90-day money-back guarantee and give our Universal Sound Therapy Healing Session on Acne a try. You have nothing to lose but the pimples. So go ahead, give it a try and see the results for yourself.
Short Description of Acne
Acne occurs when excess oil and dead skin cells plug hair follicles, resulting in whiteheads, blackheads, and pimples. These skin disorders are common on the face but may also appear on the chest, back, shoulders, and neck. While hormonal changes make teenagers more susceptible, anyone can experience it regardless of age. The condition’s severity can lead to emotional distress and skin scarring.
Symptoms of Acne
The symptoms of acne is dependent on the severity of the condition and is characterized by:
- Whiteheads (closed plugged pores)
- Blackheads (open plugged pores)
- Tiny red, tender bumps (papules)
- Pimples (pustules) are essentially papules with pus at the tips
- Large solid tender lumps just beneath the skin surface
- Painful, pus filled lumps beneath the skin surface (cystic lesions)
Oil glands beneath the skin attach pores on human skin through follicles. These small sacs produce liquid that carry dead skin cells and sebum to the skin surface. Pimples occur when follicles become blocked and oil accumulates underneath, creating a plug. The plug gets infected with bacteria, leading to swelling and the eventual formation of a pimple. Propionibacterium acnes is a skin bacteria that contributes to pimple formation. Research shows that the frequency and severity of pimples depend on the bacterial strain present.
Although hormonal changes during teenage years are commonly associated with acne, adults can also experience it at any time. It affects approximately 17 million Americans and is the most common skin condition in both kids and adults. Identifying the type of acne is essential to determine the best treatment and maintain facial health.
There are four main factors that help lead to the development of pimples on the skin and these are:
- Excess oil production
- Clogged hair follicles due to oil and dead skin cells
- Presence of bacteria
- Excess activity of androgen hormones
Acne usually appears on the face, forehead, chest, upper back, and shoulders, which have a high density of oil-producing glands. The wall of the follicle can bulge, creating a whitehead, or the plug can open and darken, forming a blackhead. Blackheads are not dirt, but congested pores filled with oil and bacteria that darken upon exposure to air. Pimples are red spots with a white center that form when infected hair follicles become inflamed due to bacteria. When inflammation and blockage occur deep in the follicles, it can create cyst-like lumps beneath the skin. Sweat glands, which are pores on the skin, are not typically involved in acne.
Factors that can Make Acne Worse
There are several factors that can worsen facial acne, including:
Hormones – Androgens, which increase during puberty in both boys and girls, can enlarge the sebaceous glands and result in increased facial sebum production. Hormonal changes during pregnancy and the use of oral contraceptives can also affect facial sebum production. Even low levels of circulating androgens in women can exacerbate acne.
Drugs – Certain medications, such as corticosteroids, testosterone, and lithium, can worsen acne.
Diet – Studies suggest that certain dietary factors, such as skim milk and carbohydrate-heavy foods like bread, chips, and bagels, can worsen facial acne. Chocolate has long been believed to exacerbate acne, and a small study of 14 men who consumed chocolate found that it did, in fact, worsen their acne. However, further research is needed to understand why this occurs and whether people with acne can benefit from a specific dietary regimen.
Stress – This is a well-known factor that can worsen acne symptoms.
Myths on Acne
Research has found that certain factors have very little effect on the development of acne.
Eating Greasy foods – While greasy food is bad for overall health, it has little to no effect on acne development. However, working in a greasy area can cause acne by blocking the hair follicles and further irritating the skin.
Poor Hygiene – Dirty skin does not cause acne. Harsh scrubbing or using heavy soaps and chemicals can actually worsen acne and result in poorer skin health.
Cosmetics – Cosmetics, particularly oil-free products that don’t clog pores, do not make acne worse.
Risk Factors to the Development of Acne
- Acne can affect individuals of all ages, not just teenagers.
- Hormonal changes such as those experienced during puberty or with medication use can contribute to acne development.
- Family history can also play a role in acne development as there is a genetic predisposition to the condition.
- Avoiding contact with oily and greasy substances can help prevent the blocking of skin pores and the formation of acne.
- Friction on the skin from items like telephones, helmets, and tight collars can also contribute to acne formation.
Severity of Acne
The mildest forms of acne are blackheads and whiteheads. Pustules and papules follow and are considered moderate forms of the disease. The most severe type of acne comprises nodules and cysts.
To effectively prevent and treat breakouts, it is important to remove excess oil, dirt, and sweat from your face. However, washing your face with beauty products more than twice a day can exacerbate acne. It is also important to avoid harsh beauty products that can dry out your skin. When treating pimples, it is important to consider your skin type. Oily skin is more prone to acne due to the overproduction of sebum that can clog pores. Combination skin has both dry and oily areas, with the T-zone (forehead, nose, and chin) being the most oily. Understanding your skin type allows you to choose the right skin care treatment and products for optimal skin health.