Treatment for acne scars is fundamentally different from wrinkle removal. The operator attempts to treat the contour/shoulder of the acne crater or pit in both instances. Scar tissue density differential between acne and a wrinkle is an important issue as is water content and vascularity which differs in each case. Acne scars are therefore pathologically a different entity to wrinkles. Wrinkles mainly occur in areas of reduced elasticity and high trans-epidermal water loss. Reduced thickness through overuse of laser resurfacing and peeling with over-repetitive muscle movements add to open pores and deep wrinkling. Acne can present in various locations and in different grades including on the back.
M-zuri Skincare System
M-zuri Acne Mission Statement
- Our commitment is to use non-invasive treatments that do not interrupt your lifestyle.
- Skin texture and complexion within each facial zone are preserved unlike with lasers.
- References to the fundamental principles of Hara Shiatsu are observed (See USO LOGIC).
M-zuri Acne Treatment
- Treatments are spaced at monthly intervals for three months. Thereafter, a prevention of recurrence programme is followed.
- M-zuri treatments are safe, effective and work without laser and scalpel surgery.
- M-zuri restores to the skin that what nature has intended.
- There is no oozing or crusting and bandages are not required. Redness is minimal and normal cosmetics and makeup may be worn.
- Acne is a skin condition which is both commonly experienced and greatly misunderstood.
- Associated with adolescence, but can persist well past.
- Allergens in foodstuff, grains, nuts, meat, fish and milk products are considered to be responsible for similar skin eruptions.
- Acne is clinically classified by types and numbers of inflamed spots.
- Grade 1: Few pustules on coarse skin.
- Grade 2: Clogged pores on oily skin.
- Grade 3: Clogged pores and pustules.
- Grade 4: Pustules, nodules and cysts.
TREAT ACNE at all levels
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