Humanity has probably seen millions of medical schools over its whole existence, ranging from the four humours of the Greek physician Hippocrates to wise medicine men of old Native American tribes, but the one that remains the most popular today is Traditional Chinese Medicine.
One of the newest ingredients in mainstream dermatology rather than natural dermatology is hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is essentially a carbohydrate in your skin that stores water and directs structural proteins. This skingredient’s exact role in acne is unknown, but there’s immediately a promising connection.
What if you’ve been fighting acne for years, using benzoyl peroxide religiously, and achieved no difference?
What if you’ve explored every natural acne treatment yet discovered, and failed to notice the slightest improvement? You might have thrown in the towel, believing that your genetics are unbeatable.
In the world of acne, there are several paths one can follow. The first path is acne that begins at age 13 or 14, stays in control while hormones rampage and fluctuate for years, but gradually fades away at around age 18.
The role of p.acnes bacteria in acne is well known. It inhabits your sebaceous glands and when overgrown, stimulates an immune system response which inflames and swells your pores. But up until about twenty years ago there remained some mystery, since p.acnes is also a perfectly normal member of human skin flora.