This approach to treatment finally presents to acne sufferers an effective way to control their outbreaks while minimizing the irritation and side effects associated with treatment.
Coeur d'Alene, ID (PRWEB) December 12, 2006
By some accounts more than half of all American men and women suffer with acne after age 25. Even by middle age, a full 12 percent of women and 3 percent of men experience clinically significant acne. Thirty-percent of its victims also meet the diagnostic criteria for depression, anxiety, and suicide risk. And, the effects can be lifelong for the third of all acne sufferers who experience permanent facial scarring.
For those with acne, their biggest challenge is that most acne treatments, though powerful therapies, are irritating, and add fuel to the inflammatory fire already burning inside their acne-affected skin. The seemingly insurmountable challenge for skincare formulators has been to develop an effective acne treatment that works across a broad range of skin types.
The AcneRecovery system is based on the scientific premise that human skin is a very dynamic organ, constantly changing depending on a host of factors--personal health and hygiene, fluctuating hormones, surrounding environment, stress levels, et cetera
This innovative delivery system allows the user to easily adjust the strength of the active medications up or down, for maximum acne treatment while minimizing skin irritation, redness, dryness and discomfort.
According to Dr. Randall Wilkinson, founder and current CEO of Trienelle Skincare, the company that developed AcneRecovery, "This approach to treatment finally presents to acne sufferers an effective way to control their outbreaks while minimizing the irritation and side effects associated with treatment."
Wilkinson and his team at Trienelle are enthusiastic about the future. Recently conducted studies support their enthusiasm. In early 2006, fifty four volunteers completed a 90-day AcneRecovery User Study to document, from the user's point of view, what it was like to use the world's first adjustable acne medication system. 48 percent of users reported significant improvement within the first 1-2 weeks. At the end of the 3-month study, 74 percent said the AcneRecovery system was more effective than any over-the-counter acne treatment they'd previously used.
The ability to adjust the potency of their acne treatment proved very popular. "I think the adjustability is good because acne is not always the same," said Michelle Conard, 36. "Some days my face looks almost clear and I use lower setting, some days I have flare ups and I put it on higher setting."
For more information regarding AcneRecovery and their newly released adjustable acne therapy, visit their website, http://www.acnerecovery.com, to learn more.
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