WHY DO WE GET ACNE?
What causes acne?
Acne can be a real downer, and can lower our self esteem. The major culprit for acne is a bacteria called acne vulargis. This bacteria infiltrates deep into the skins pores then multiplies, which in turn causes what we know as pimples.
So how do we stop acne?
We can help put a stop to acne with the Aduro led-mask, it uses blue light phototherapy to combat acne-causing bacteria. The blue light of the Aduro blue has anti-bacterial properties, this works as a natural cleanser for the skin, and eliminates acne vulgaris.
Phototherapy is reknowned medically and proven clinically. It has been shown to be widely effective in clearning up acne, and it works in similar ways as the sun does in cleansing the skin – but unlike the sun, the Aduro led-mask is UV free and contains no harmful rays.
The Aduro led-mask is great for all skin types, gentle and UV free. The Aduro led-mask effectively prevents further breakouts, for clearer ore confident acne free skin.
How does the Aduro kill acne?
The Aduro anti acne mask uses phototherapy in the fight against acne. Phototherapy also known as light therapy has been around for thousands of years, which can be dated back to the ancient Egyptians through the sun.
We know and so did the Egyptians, that sitting out in the sun works wonders on acne. The reason for this is that the sun contains blue-light in its spectrum, which works as an anti-bacterial agent. Though the sun does contain many good things, it also contains harmful UV-rays which can be bad for us.
We know that the sun contains different spectrums, from the studies of Sir Isaac Newton. Remember at school when you shined light through a prism?
The prism experient showed us that the suns light contains many different colours, one of them being blue light. This blue light is what the Aduro synthesises for killing acne causing bacteria, just like the sun but without the harmful UV-rays, which are contained in total sunlight.
How does it work?
The Aduro anti-acne mask works as an anti-bacterial agent, which stimulates acne causing bacteria into producing free radicals. The bacteria are then energised by the blue light, producing more and more of these free radicals, which leads to the destruction of the acne causing bacteria. Good news for us, not so good for the acne causing bacteria.
The less acne-causing bacteria we have on our skin, the less chance of a breakout. Thank you Aduro.