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Best Solution for Acne Problem - Praventac™
Praventac™ combines the power of nature and science to tackle acne problem from the roots. It contains a highly potent component of bovine milk called Lactoferrin. Lactoferrin has antimicrobial function that kills the bacteria that are harboured in blocked hair follicles. Results from consumer studies and existing scientific literature implicate that, the proposed mechanism of action based on Praventac™’s proprietary lactoferrin are:
1. Assists in fighting bad bacteria
2. Reduces oil secretion
3. Reduces redness from inflammation
4. Helps to repair blemish-damaged cells
Reducing the Propionibacterium Acnes bacteria will not, in itself, reduce oil secretion and abnormal cell behaviour that is the initial cause of blocked follicles. Therefore, Praventac™’s second action is to reduce the secretion of oil from the glands and subdued the inflammation. This is accomplished via the combined action of grape seed, pomegranate and mangosteen extracts.

Lactoferrin have been shown to also help in repairing damaged cells caused by acne. It is even capable of smoothing over scars that occurred many years after the occurrence of acne.
Hormonal acne
Liver and Acne
Hormones are one of the root causes of acne, that’s why it is said that liver has a direct affect on the formation of acne, in other words, a properly functioning liver can rid you of acne. As strange as it may sound, hormones, liver and acne are in fact interrelated and each has a great impact on the others.

All cellular wastes, used up hormones, and excess hormones are routed to the liver through the lymphatic system. Once there, the liver starts the detoxifying process. If the liver is overloaded with toxins, it will start to store these toxins in its own cells, in the cells of your organs, in your joints, in your skin, or any other place where the body is weak. Hormones, such as androgens that are not neutralized by the liver, can reenter the bloodstream and move into the skin cells where they pile up and cause an overproduction of sebum that will flow into hair follicles. This overproduction can cause acne.

For example, when you consume too much unhealthy junk food, it can further aggravate acne because an unhealthy eating habit will affect the liver. Because when you eat, breathe, and create so much toxins in your system, the liver will have a hard time neutralizing these toxins. Once you stop consuming junk food, you allow your body the necessary time to process these toxins. Your body will get a chance to clear your colon, liver, blood and improve your skin condition.

The liver is responsible for deactivating hormones so their levels aren’t too high. This can become a demanding task considering it must also deal with other pollutants such as car fumes, heavy metals, smoke, pesticides and all the other toxic materials that find their way into your body. The liver can become quite sluggish with these excessive stresses thrown at it. You’d want to provide the liver with nutrients that help strengthen its function and help it eliminate waste and used up hormones. One of the liver’s main roles is to metabolize pile up fat into usable energy for your body. This means, the liver will be doing some of the kidney’s work to the extent that it might get overloaded and will not be able to work at full capacity. When the liver and kidneys are overloaded, the body will expel toxins through the lungs and skin, which are your secondary channels of elimination. This is when acne occurs as your skin starts to breakout.
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Acne is an inflammatory disease of the skin caused by changes in the skin structures: hair follicles and its associated sebaceous glands.

This condition is common in puberty as a result of an abnormal response to normal levels of the hormone testosterone. The response for most people diminishes over time and acne thus tends to disappear, or at least decrease, after one reaches their early twenties. There is, however, no way to predict how long it will take for it to disappear entirely, and some individuals will continue to suffer from acne decades later, into their thirties and forties and even beyond.
The most common form of acne is known as “acne vulgaris”, which means common acne, which is the result of excessive secretion of oils from the glands combines with naturally occurring dead skin cells to block the hair follicles. Oil secretions build up beneath the blocked pore, providing a perfect environment for the skin bacteria Propionibacterium acnes to multiply uncontrolled. In response, the skin inflames, producing the visible lesion. The face, chest, back, shoulders and upper arms are especially affected.

The typical acne lesions are: comedones, papules, pustules, nodules and inflammatory cysts. These are the more inflamed form of pus-filled or reddish bumps, even boil-like tender swellings. Non-inflamed ‘sebaceous cysts’, more properly called epidermoid cysts, occur either in association with acne or alone but are not a constant feature. After resolution of acne lesions, prominent unsightly scars may remain.

Aside from scarring its main effects are psychological, such as reduced self-esteem and depression. Acne usually appears during adolescence, when people already tend to be most socially insecure.
Causes of acne
Exactly why some people get acne and some do not is not fully known. It is known to be partly hereditary. Several factors are known to be linked to acne:

1. Hormonal activity, such as menstrual cycles
2. Stress, through increased output of hormones from the adrenal (stress) glands
3. Hyperactive sebaceous glands
4. Accumulation of dead skin cells
5. Bacteria in the pores, to which the body becomes ‘allergic’
6. Skin irritation or scratching of any sort will activate inflammation
7. Anabolic steroids - the bodybuilding steroids
8. Any medication containing halogens (iodides, chlorides, bromides), lithium, barbiturates, or androgens.

Traditionally, attention has focused mostly on hormone-driven overproduction of sebum as the main contributing factor of acne. More recently, more attention has been given to narrowing of the follicle channel as a second main contributing factor. Abnormal shedding of the cells lining the follicle, abnormal cell binding (”hyperkeratinization”) within the follicle, and water retention in the skin (swelling the skin and so pressing the follicles shut) have all been put forward as mechanisms involved. Several hormones have been linked to acne: the male hormones testosterone, dihydrotestosterone (DHT) and dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS), as well as insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-I). In addition, acne-prone skin has been shown to be insulin resistant.

Hormonal Changes
Whenever your body experience a spike in “male” hormones such as testosterone, oil production surges—and that can cause an outbreak of clogged pores where P. acnes bacteria grows, leading to inflammation and pimples. This may occur more frequently during perimenopause, but it also happens just before your period (according to one study, women over the age of 33 are more likely to get premenstrual pimples than younger women).

Aside from Hormonal Changes
Interestingly, a new study has indicated that the main contributing factor of acne may not entirely be caused by hormone-driven over-production of sebum. Attention has been given to narrowing of the follicle channel as a second main contributing factor. Abnormal shedding of the cells lining the follicle, abnormal cell binding (”hyperkeratinization”) within the follicle, and water retention in the skin (swelling the skin and so pressing the follicles shut) have all been put forward as mechanisms involved.
Common Misconceptions
There are many misconceptions and rumours regarding the causes of acne:
Many claims that a person’s diet has absolutely nothing to do with the probability of them having acne and the extent of severity of their acne problem.

According to the author of a Journal of the Academy of Nutrition Review on Diet and Acne, Jennifer Burris, "Two landmark but flawed studies conducted in the '60s and '70s found that chocolate was not associated with acne. These studies were so popular that people concluded diet had nothing to do with acne and stopped researching the topic for the next 40 years." Today however, researchers are finding that this may actually be untrue as there is indeed a connection between food and acne. This is also proven by a research done by Burris and her team which found that those who ate more sugary foods, dairy products, and unhealthy fats, were more likely to have moderate to severe acne. All in all, a high glycemic diet can definitely affect your skin.
Poor personal hygiene
Acne is not caused by dirt or uncleanliness. This misconception probably comes from the fact that acne involves skin infections. Truth is, the bacteria that causes acne, P. Acnes is already on your skin. In fact the blockages that cause acne occur deep within the narrow follicle channel, where it is impossible to wash them away. These plugs are formed by the cells and sebum created there by the body. The bacteria involved are the same bacteria that are always present on the skin. It is advisable to clean the skin on a regular basis, but doing so will not prevent acne. Excessive washing can worsen your acne. Anything beyond very gentle cleansing can actually worsen existing lesions and even encourage new ones by damaging or over drying skin. general health reasons.
Common myths state that either celibacy or masturbation cause acne and, conversely, that sexual intercourse can cure it. There is no scientific evidence suggesting that any of these are factual. It is, however, true that anger and stress can affect hormone levels and thus bodily oil production, which can cause acne.
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  • Praventac™ customer review by Malou Gonzales
    Malou Gonzales
    I bought this for my daughter who has been having a bad case of hormonal acne. Her face was usually very red and full of acne. After using Praventac for a month, we’re seeing visible results. The redness and pimples/acne are lesser. We hope that with continued use, her face will finally clear of acne. As the others have testified, it takes a few weeks to take effect but there’s definitely some good results.
  • Praventac™ customer review by Ning Boonprakob
    Ning Boonprakob
    I have to say i am so impressed with product. Started Praventac 2 weeks ago. I'm loving what i see... 😍 will order AG as well next order. Thank you for giving me hope to have clearer skin again.
  • Praventac™ customer review by Amanina Afifah
    Amanina Afifah
    Hi, I would like to write appreciation post for Praventac. I've been consuming Praventac for a month and I can see the results clearly. I never consume any supplement before except for Praventac. I've read everything including clinical studies, testimonials and reviews. All of these are so convincing. After a month trying, my really sensitive, oily and acne prone skin showed some positive results. Less oily skin, not just on my face but including my scalp. I'm so happy because Praventac helps me killing two birds with one stone. Plus, my acne really reduced. Not fully recovered from acne but I'm quite satisfied with the result. Maybe I need to repeat order for another box. For those who have the problems as me, I would suggest you to try Praventac. I hope it really helps you out from the problems. However, you have to understand that our bodies are different and give different reaction or duration for the expected results. Make sure you read everything about Praventac first before consuming it. Lastly, I would say THANK YOU SO MUCH to Onecare Wellness for producing Praventac❤️
  • Praventac™ customer review by 可健
    I was suffered with serious acne and pimple for a long time, since I was 13 years old, I started pop out some pimple on my face, until now i am 22nd year old, I meet Praventac and Ag-factor, my face start to decrease acne and look fresh and clear. I am very happy of this result. Thank you Once Care Wellnes, thanks you Praventac and Ag-factor.
  • Praventac™ customer review by Allen Bernardo
    Allen Bernardo
    Being on Praventac in just 2 months, most of my back acne dried out and I’ve had no major breakouts since I started. Looking forward to more months with Praventac!
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