New Acne Product - Scientists and Acne Sufferers have High Hopes

Be the first the try this new radical acne treatment product

Why do we still have acne when we can put a man on the moon? Hard to understand, isn't it? You would think that with all the technology we have today, that someone would come up with an effective acne treatment that puts an end to acne once and for all. If this is how you feel, you may be pleasantly surprised with this new product straight from Japan.

Acne starts in your oil glands. When your oil glands produce too much oil or sebum, it blocks the opening causing either a pimple or blackhead. To add insult to injury, free radicals are also attacking your skin. Free radicals are like rust to your skin causing wrinkles, sagging, age spots and increasing your chances of acne and acne scarring.

Fullerene to the Rescue

In 1966 Drs. Harold Kroto, Robert Curl and Richard Smalley received the Nobel Prize for their discovery of fullerene. Fullerene is a molecule made up entirely of carbon. How does this apply to acne sufferers? Fullerene has 125 times the antioxidant power of Vitamin C and antioxidants kill free radicals. This means that fullerene can help prevent skin damage and acne.

For years, this information has been sitting around without any practical use. Now, thanks to Vitamin C60 BioReasearch, they developed a product that uses fullerene and helps clear your acne. After much research, BioResearch developed what they call the Radical Sponge®, which makes it possible for cosmetics companies to use fullerene in their products.

One product that uses the Radical Sponge® technology is Elixirin C60 by UNT. This product claims to destroy free radicals making your skin clearer and radiant. Not only does it work to clear your acne it protects your skin from free radicals that age your skin prematurely. Try this new acne product and see how it works to clear your acne.

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