Streptokill is 100% natural nevertheless the more effective killer of streptococci, other bacteria and mould. It uses primarily the astringent effect of tannins extracted from oak. These are specially concentrated in Streptokill and achieve exceptional anti-inflammatory effects supported by other natural extracts contained in Streptokill.
Dosage of STREPTOkill for acne
Expel Streptokill into a small glass, soak a cotton swab or cloth in it and then rub the acne gently. Application of Streptokill by the oral spray applicator directly to the acne is not recommended to avoid getting Streptokill into the eyes. If Streptokill splashes into the eyes then flush them immediately with water.
The frequency of application is not limited. The sooner and the more frequently you apply Streptokill the better effect is achieved.
What is acne?
Acne vulgaris is the most common disease of the skin, concerning hair follicle and sebaceous gland and its inflammation. It is recognizable by many types of pimples and boils.
Acne affects women and men without difference. (In men it has more drastic symptoms).It is affecting areas with higher concentration of sebaceous gland like face, shoulders, upper chest and back. Acne mostly occurs during puberty, thus to very young people. Acne disappears with end of puberty but sometimes stays, and worsens in adulthood.
Acne is associated with adolescence, when body goes through great hormonal changes. Most frequently increase of Androgen (male hormone), for example Testosterone. We will mention more causes in the next paragraph.
Types of acne:
There are many types of acne, and it is sorted by the circumstance it has arisen. For example: pre-menstrual acne, child acne, using doping methods in sports, when bodybuilding, side effects from medications, too much sun exposure, etc. Then professional acne occurred in individuals who come to repetitive contact with some type of chemicals or substances.
How to cure acne:
Most people with mild acne can cure themselves with over the counter drugs or products. They come in form of gels, creams, lotions and other antiseptic, cleansing products containing benzoic peroxide or another active ingredient.
On some types of acne you can successfully use STREPTOKILL. You can pour it onto a cloth and use it as a wash (similarly as skin cleansing products). With larger boils you can massage it gently into affected area. It is absorbed through skin where it helps with the healing process.
In some severe cases is medication prescribed by your doctor. Very common procedure is use of antibiotics, in which erythromycin or clindamycin play the main role.
Some other curing substances are:
- benzoic peroxide
- azelain acid
- retinoid (vitamin A)
Supportive techniques for acne curing:
- solar light
- chemical peeling
- keep off humid places (saunas, tropical areas or work in unventilated kitchens)
- don't smoke (it is proven that cigarette smoke effects production of acne)
- don't use oil based cosmetics in the affected area
- don't squeeze pimples
- don't use any abrasive products or procedures
- healthy diet (reduce intake of proteins, milk products)
- increase intake of fruit and vegetables