Acne disease is a disease of hair follicles or sebaceous glands. It is known that about 80% of people aged 12 to 25 years and about 30-40% of people over 25 years of age suffer from acne. Acne, as well as their terrible consequences, has a detrimental effect on the psyche and human health.
The formation of blackheads often occurs during puberty, due to the production of excess sebum by the sebaceous glands. It comes into contact with dead skin cells, forming the so-called “cork” that closes the ducts of the glands. Because of this, sebum accumulates in some places, leading to excessive growth of anaerobic bacteria (“anaerobes” – organisms that receive energy in the absence of oxygen) under the name P.Acne (this is where the name of this disease came), the product of which porphyrin is considered. So, if you prevent any possibility of the formation of porphyrin with the help of oxygen, then you can get rid of acne. Porphyrin under the influence of light rays is converted into oxygen and thus anaerobic bacteria die.
Treatment of acne with old methods lasts from 2 to 6 months, while the skin can become oilier than when using phototherapy. With the help of phototherapy, acne begins to disappear 10-14 days after the treatment was started and completely disappear after 1-2 months. To completely recover from acne, it will take only 6-8 procedures. Thanks to the treatment, you will get healthy beautiful skin and unusually attractive skin color that will not leave anyone indifferent at the sight of you. Phototherapy is ideal for those people whose illness has been observed for a sufficiently long period: this treatment is more effective than conventional treatment and cleanses the skin much faster.
There are a number of advantages to the treatment of acne with phototherapy, due to which more and more people are looking for this type of treatment to get rid of tiresome acne:
effect of the procedure on the skin;
the absence of all kinds of injuries resulting from the procedure;
painlessness and effectiveness of treatment and much more.
There are a number of contraindications to the treatment of acne with phototherapy:
various brain diseases;
various blood diseases;
too tanned skin.
To avoid complications during treatment, the following recommendations should be followed:
avoid direct sunlight for two weeks after this procedure;
apply Panthenol or Fenistil-gel to the damaged area for about 1-2 days;
during the course of phototherapy, use makeup on the face as little as possible;
try not to visit the sauna, bathhouse, pool at least 3 days after the procedure.