Acne

$47.00

This Universal Sound Therapy Protocol was designed to assist your body overcome Acne.

Description

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.

How?

Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing.  Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.

Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal and we are so confident that it will work for you that we offer you a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our Acne sound therapy CD doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.

Our Acne sound therapy CD’s help 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, zits, pimples, blemishes, whatever you call them acne lesions can be very persistent, distressing and never seems to go away.  Where acne is common with teenagers, many adults also suffer with it. Acne can cause emotional distress in some people and when severe can actually cause scarring of your skin. Acne usually is found on your face, neck, chest, back, and shoulders where you have the largest number of oil glands. 

Medications for acne can be over-the-counter or prescription and may include antibiotics.  Oral contraceptives have been successfully used to treat acne, as well as laser and light therapy. Also there are cosmetic procedures such as microdermabrasion or chemical peels. Now for the new kid on the block – Sound Therapy.

 Welcome to Universal Sound Therapy; we have developed a Sound Therapy Healing Session that targets Acne. Your body wants to be healthy and doesn’t like pimples and blemishes any more than you do. Given the proper tools your body can heal itself. We provide the proper frequencies that your body needs to tune itself or heal itself and clear up that skin condition.

Give our Universal Sound Therapy Healing Session on Acne a try. With our fantastic 90-day money back guarantee, you have nothing to lose but the pimples.  Go ahead, give it a try.

Short Description of Acne

Acne is a skin disorder that happens when hair follicles become plugged with excess oil and dead skin cells. This results in whiteheads, blackheads and pimples and is normally seen on the face but can also occur on the chest, back and shoulders and neck. The condition is more commonly seen in teenagers due to hormonal changes but it can affect people of all ages. Depending on the severity of the condition, it can cause significant emotional distress and may result to 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)

About Acne

Human skin has pores that are attached to oil glands beneath the skin. The follicles connect the glands to the pores. The follicles are small sacs that create and secrete liquid. These glands create sebum, which carry dead skin cells through the follicles to the surface of the skin. Pimples result when the follicles get blocked and the oil builds up underneath. The combination of skin cells, sebum and hair create a plug and this gets infected with bacteria. Swelling results afterward and a pimple develop when the plug starts t breakdown. The kind of bacteria that grows on the skin and contributes to infection is Propionibacterium acnes. Based on numerous research, the frequency and severity of pimples are dependent on the kind of bacterial strain present as not all bacteria can result to pimple formation and one strain can help to keep the skin clear of it.

Acne is normally attributed with hormonal changes experienced during the teenage years but adults can experience it too at anytime. Approximately 17 million Americans suffer from it, which make it the most common skin condition in both kids and adults. Determining which kind you have is key to treatment and good health of your face.

Etiology

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

It is usually seen on the face, forehead, chest, upper back and shoulders, as these are skin areas that have the most sebaceous glands that produce oil. The wall of the follicle may bulge and produce what is commonly known as a whitehead. Alternatively, the plug may be open to the surface and darken resulting to a blackhead. Blackheads look a lot like dirt that is stuck on the pores but in reality the pore is congested with oil and bacteria, which turns brown upon exposure to air. Pimples refer to raised red spots with a white center that develop when blocked hair follicles become infected and inflamed because of bacteria. When the inflammation and blockage develop deep inside the hair follicles, it help create cyst-like lumps underneath the skin. Other pores in the skin, that are openings of sweat glands are not normally involved in acne.

Factors that can Make Acne Worse

These are some of the things that can worsen your facial acne:

Hormones – Number one on the list are hormones more particularly androgens. This hormone increases in both boys and girls during puberty and can make the sebaceous glands bigger resulting to more facial sebum formation. Hormonal changes associated with pregnancy as well as the use of oral contraceptives can also have an effect on facial sebum production. Also, low amounts of androgen that circulate in the blood of women can also make acne worse.

Drugs – Medications like corticosteroids, testosterone and lithium can aggravate acne.

Diet – Studies show that certain dietary factors such as skim milk and carbohydrate heavy foods like bread; chips and bagels can make facial acne get worse. Chocolate has long been known to make acne worse and a small study of 14 men that consumed chocolate proved to make their acne worse. However, further study is required as to why this happens and whether people affected with acne can benefit from following a specific dietary regimen.

Stress – This is a known factor that can cause worsening of acne symptoms.

Myths on Acne

Studies show that the following factors have very little effect on the development of acne.

Eating Greasy foods – While eating greasy food is bad for your health as a whole, studies show that eating greasy foods has very little to no effect on the development of acne in people. However, working in a greasy area like the kitchen with fry vats does due to the oil sticking on the skin and blocking the hair follicles. This can further irritate the skin resulting to more acne.

Poor Hygiene – Acne does not result because of dirty skin. As a matter of fact, scrubbing the skin too harshly or cleaning it with heavy soaps and chemicals may result to irritation and can make the acne much worse resulting in poorer skin health.

Cosmetics – Cosmetics as a rule does not make acne worse especially if the product used is an oil-free variant that does not cause clogged up pores.

Risk Factors to the Development of Acne

Age – It is a condition that affects skin health of teenagers but can also occur in people of all ages.

Hormonal Changes – As seen in puberty, women and girls using certain medications including corticosteroids, lithium and androgens.

Family History – There is a genetic predilection for the development of acne. If both parents are known to have had it, there is a high chance their children will too.

Oily and Greasy Substances – Oil can block the pores on the skin so it is best that you avoid getting your skin coming into contact with oily beauty lotions and beauty cream products, or work in kitchens with fry vats as these can lead to acne formation.

Friction on the Skin – due to items like telephones, cellular phones, helmets, very tight collars and backpacks.

Severity of Acne

The mildest forms of acne are the blackheads and whiteheads. These are followed by pustules and papules and are considered moderate forms of the disease. Nodules and cysts comprise the most severe type of acne.

Preventing Acne

In order to help in the treatment and prevention of breakouts it is important that you remove the excess oil, dirt and sweat that get to accumulate on your face. Keep in mind though that washing your face more than 2x a day with beauty products can worsen acne. Never wash your face with harsh beauty products that tend to dry out your skin. In the treatment of pimples it is important that you are aware of your skin type. Oily skin tends to be the most prone to getting acne as the sebaceous glands produce too much sebum that can clog the pores. Combination skin means that you both have dry and oily areas. The oily sections tend to be the forehead, nose, and chin also known as the t-zone. By knowing your skin type you can select the right skin care treatment and products that is best suited for better skin health.

4 reviews for Acne

  1. Taya Rhoades

    I am an active hockey player; I break out very bad around my helmet and shoulder pad areas. I started using Universal Sound Therapy for my head, back and chest. Within a week, my acne started clearing up and the acne scars started to clear up and get smoother. I’m very pleased with the results, and plan to continue using it as part of my daily routine. Taya Rhoades, 9th grade hockey player

  2. Lind Gomez

    Me compre el cd hace 3 meses y mi piel esta mucho mejor. Tengo muy pocos granos mas y no estoy avergonzado de salir con mis amigos. Gracias

  3. leesie Fontaine

    The Acne CD is doing a good job. I get such painful large bumps on my neck and chest. They hurt, get red, look bad and I don’t like people to see them. They are going away and right now I don’t have any bumps. Fun things can happen with your sound therapy.

  4. Jim Blichter

    I am glad to report that your cd on Acne works. My face has been pimple free for 2 months. First time in years.

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