Testimonial Tuesday :: Sebaceous Hyperplasia

2/12/2013 Osmosis Skincare 0 Comments


Sebaceous hyperplasia is a common skin condition characterized by painless, benign bumps on the skin that form over time.  These bumps may be white, yellow, or pink and may be single occurrences or may cluster into groups.  This condition usually occurs in newborns or middle-aged to older adults.   They are most common on the face, particularly on the nose, cheeks and forehead, but may also appear anywhere on the body.    Quite often the treatments offered by dermatologists and skin care professionals may include facial peels, such as salicylic or TCA, needling, liquid nitrogen, prescription medications, and even surgery in extreme cases.

Osmosis Skincare offers a much safer option for treating this challenging skin condition.
Before

5 months

9 months

 

Skin type: Very oily/Seborrheic, Moderate sensitive, Fitzpatrick III

 

Skin texture: Acne scars, Bumpy and uneven, Very thick

 

Skin Problem:  Sebaceous Hyperplasia all over the face, Acne, Blackheads. 

Client has been taking 500 mg Amoxicillin daily for 3 years for his skin condition with no result.   

 

Path to Success:

 

Client stopped taking Amoxicillin and began using Osmosis products :

·         Purify twice a day

·         Polish twice a week

·         Renew  AM

·         Clarify with Acne Blend  PM

·         Clear Skin water

·         Catalyst twice a day

·         Shelter  
*This product is no longer available and has been replaced by Shade

·         Quench

 

 

Professional treatment given monthly, including. LED facials (blue, green, and red lights) and serums with Catalyst/ Stem Factor  and Clarify. Microdermabrasion, Deep Pore Cleansing with Polish.

 

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