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Exposed® 60-day Expanded Kit (6-Piece)

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HK$470.00 2 mths supply (contains Benzoyl peroxide) Use Code 'BonusShip' for extra $6.95 discount at Checkout
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The US Exposed manufacturer is the largest full-service distributor of Exposed SkinCare in Taiwan. Orders can be submited securely ONLINE and are delivered quickly and discreetly.


Guaranteed Express Delivery of Exposed products to Taiwan: Taipei, Kaohsiung city, Taichung, Tainan city, Banciao, Tuen Mun, Hsinchu, Taoyuan city, Keelung, Hualien city, Yuanlin.


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Acne treatment is one of the main reasons patients seek out professional help. Due to overwhelming humidity that causes constant sweating and excess oil on the skin, almost 20-30% of Taiwan's indigenous population and foreign residents not used to the climate change affected by acne breakouts. The most affected are those with oily skin type adolescents and adult women. While Japanese counterparts overshadow Taiwanese beauty gels and cream products there are more high quality acne solutions become available on the market today. The US popular brand Exposed® Skincare focused on a medical approach and healthy ingredients has been proven useful in mild-to-moderate acne treatment and prevention.


How is Exposed® used to treat acne?

Step 1: Simply apply Exposed Facial Cleanser [contains: Sage Extract, Pro-Vitamin B5] to the affected areas in order to gently detoxify and cleanse the skin. Step 2: Exposed Clearing Tonic [contains: Salicylic Acid, Green Tea Extract, Passion Flower, Aloe Vera, Sage Extract, Vitamin E] to help restore ideal PH balance. Step 3: Finally apply a gentle skin serum [contains: Micro-Encapsulated BP, Green Tea Extract, Azelaic Acid, Licorice Root, Chamomile Extract] to kill acne bacteria and prevent new blemishes.


Treating acne breakouts and their after-effects


The main cause of acne is an excess of sebum. The skin is made up of 3 layers: epidermis, dermis and hypodermis. The superficial layer of the skin, the epidermis, contains the cells filled with melanin, which is what gives the color of the skin. The hypoderm contains mostly fat cells. It is in the dermis that acne breakouts are born. This area is not only rich in elastic fibers and collagen but also in glands that make sebum, a fat that protects the skin from drying out. These glands are often contiguous to the root of the hair, the hair follicle. The opening of these follicles allows the sebum to flow outward.

 

There are 3 factors that are responsible for the appearance of acne:

  • Sebaceous hypersecretion (oily skin, shining)
  • The excess keratinization (clogged pores)
  • The bacterial colonization of Propionibacterium acnes associated with inflamation of pilosebaceous follicles.

In acne, not only do these glands produce too much sebum because they become hypersensitive to sex hormones, but the holes that allow the flow of sebum to become clogged because of the accumulation of dead cells. The result the sebum also accumulates and the follicles dilate and form what is called a comedo . Inflammation develops and red protrusions appear on the surface of the skin. Acne occurs mostly in the face or in the back because these areas are rich in sebaceous glands.


Acne is a difficult infection to treat. The treatments are restrictive, the improvement is slow and possible recurrences. There are several treatments, which are of course adapted to the type of skin and the importance of the infection. To treat acne, patients are often prescribed skin cleansing solutions. Creams, lotions and gels can also be applied locally on the pimples. They contain either vitamin A or benzole peroxide, which decreases the secretion of sebum and play an anti-inflammatory role locally. Antibiotics may also be prescribed by dermatologists. They are to be taken orally for a maximum of six weeks. Hormonal treatment, with estrogen and progesterone, can counteract the action of testosterone that promotes acne. More aggressive, isotretinoin (better known as Accutane) acts mainly on comedones. This type of treatment is particularly effective but also very toxic. It is reserved for severe forms of acne. In case of resistance to different treatments or in case of recurrence, it is advisable to make a hormonal assessment.


Tips: Always keep the prescribed treatment accompanied with a good hygiene standard.



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