Skin Accumax: miracle acne treatment or not?

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Skin Accumax is a supplement specifically targeted at treating and dealing with ‘problematic’ acne prone skin. So what exactly is in Skin Accumax that would make it such a ‘miracle’ product and what are the short term and long term benefits of taking such supplements?

In this blog we will discuss some of the causes of acne and the purpose of supplements such as Skin Accumax in supporting your skin.


The pandemic and its effect on our skin

Unfortunately, the pandemic has impacted everyone in some way. As a consequence of staying indoors all day, lack of exercise, staring at a screen for longer periods of time, this can have a direct impact on our health both mentally, in the form of stress and anxiety, to name but a few.

But also physically, feelings of lethargy, muscle pain from sitting in the same position for a long time and perhaps even weight fluctuations from this stressful experience.

All of which are completely normal responses to such unexpected events. And this stress can show up in many ways, especially in the form of acne on our skin.

Additionally, many of us may be experiencing maskne, as a consequence of wearing masks on a daily basis. It seems like the skin can never quite catch a break. On top of your skincare routine, a balanced diet and exercise, there are other ways in which you can help your skin when it is particularly aggravated.

Supplements are an easy way of getting additional vitamins which can benefit the skin as well as regulate hormone levels, a way of boosting confidence and also reducing another form of stress from your daily life.

Supplements are an easy way of getting additional vitamins which can benefit the skin as well as regulate hormone levels, a way of boosting confidence and also reducing another form of stress from your daily life.

Skin Accumax: supplements designed to promote healthy skin

Skin Accumax is a nutritional supplement which can be taken up to two times daily and is designed to calm and reduce non-cystic acne, inflammation and promote overall healthy, even skin.

The product contains a blend of rice fibre, plant derived DIM, vitamin A, C and E, which function to not only deal with inflammation and regulate sebum control through the ingredient Vitamin A (retinyl palmitate) which is commonly prescribed as an over-the-counter acne treatment. But it also promotes cell turnover for those dealing with uneven skin tone and hyperpigmentation.

The combination of vitamin C and E is truly potent, as each combat different types of UV damage. And, partnered together in this supplement, they work to tackle both UVA and UVB damage and protect against environmental stress such as sun damage.

Thus, this supplement truly is a supplement suitable for all skin types and concerns, whether you are looking to reduce inflammation, treat post-inflammatory scarring or regulate moisture levels, Accumax capsules are a great supplement to add to your daily routine. And with a 4.6 google review average, it seems consumers agree. I recommend checking out the reviews for additional information and personal experiences with the product.

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Skin Accumax is free of harsh chemicals and only contains natural ingredients

Another great benefit of Accumax is that it is vegan and does not contain any harsh chemicals, that is anything astringent or potentially drying to the skin, which could cause long term skin damage.

Further, it is free from wheat, yeast, GMOs and soy, therefore those with potential allergies to these ingredients can also benefit from this supplement.

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Skin supplements should boost your health, not damage it

This is a philosophy clearly followed by Skin Accumax. Supplements are supposed to be an additional, quite literally supplementary to your daily lifestyle to provide added nutrients and vitamins into your body which can thus be reflected in your skin’s condition.

The combination of vitamins and ingredients in Skin Accumax, have been researched in order to deal with short term immediate issues like reducing acne/inflammation.

But also, the inclusion of vitamins C and E demonstrate that Skin Accumax supplements further aim to tackle long-term skincare concerns, by fighting free radicals  and protecting the skin against UV damage, a factor in premature ageing, and skin cancer.

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Skin Accumax is ingredients focused:

The first ingredient in Accumax is rice fibre (oryza sativa). Given that rice is known as one of Ancient East Asia’s anti-ageing beauty secrets, it is great to see it in such a high concentration in this product.

Through scientific research linked below, it has been proclaimed as an anti-ageing product due to its antioxidant and free-radical fighting properties.

Rice has also been known as a brightening agent, thus great for those suffering from hyperpigmentation and acne scarring to improve skin texture and tone. Overall, rice fibre works within Accumax supplements to nourish the skin as a light moisturiser and soothing/calming inflamed skin.

A unique ingredient to Accumax is the patented ingredient DIM (Diindolylmethane) which is most commonly found in cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage, and kale.

Robb-Nicolsen Editor-in-chief at Harvard Medical School has published an article on the extract as it has become known as an aid to estrogen metabolism, removing the so-called potent estrogen which could cause hormonal acne.

Further, it may aid in balancing hormones as it has the ability to block excess testosterone, which can be responsible for excess sebum production. This excess oil can clog pores, thus aiding in the formation of acne on the skin.

By implementing DIM in Accumax, it is designed to aid in regulating hormone levels and reduce oil production, which are known acne causing factors.

By implementing DIM in Accumax, it is designed to aid in regulating hormone levels and reduce oil production, which are known acne causing factors.



Old school anti-acne products

In the past, there have been products in the drugstore that have been advertised as anti-acne or acne-fighting products but which also contained ingredients which could be possibly irritating to sensitive acne-prone skin.

Products commonly contained ingredients such as tea tree, witch hazel and alcohol denat, which in lower concentrations could be fine but not necessarily able to tackle acne, the issue at hand. Ingredients such as these do work in the short term, in that they dry out the skin, therefore reducing sebum levels and thus possibly reducing the possibility of oils clogging the pores and causing acne.

However, in the long term, these ingredients can cause excessive dryness and due to the fact they have astringent properties, irritate already inflamed skin and cause further problems such as redness, uneven skin tone and perhaps even breakouts.


Modern acne treatments have a high concentration of active ingredients

However, there are also many products today which have active ingredients such as benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, vitamin A which can aid in unclogging pores functioning as an antiseptic to stop bacteria from developing on the surface levels of the skin, thus tackling active acne and preventing future acne in its tracks. Modern treatments work not only to resolve the issue at hand but also improve overall skin health and stop future breakouts from occurring.

 Further, we have become more aware of the ways in which hormone irregularities can affect our skin condition and cause hormonal acne. In this way, modern medicine has been able to produce various supplements, prescription gels and treatments and in some cases, birth control, as additional ways to resolve hormone imbalances and in turn, treat severe cases of acne.

Skin Accumax vs Accutane

Accutane, also known as Isotretinoin, is a supplement prescribed as a form of controlling and treating severe forms of acne, generally as a last resort if other forms of medication or treatment are not working.

Although accutane is usually successful in reducing inflammation on the skin, there are some side effects which should be considered before going ahead with taking it. According to the NHS, this is used as a last resort due to its possible harmful side effects which can include, but are not limited to, headaches and general pains, skin becoming more sensitive to sunlight, and in more serious incidents, there have been cases where patients have suffered from changes in mood and mental wellbeing. This is why accutane should be taken as a last resort.

Although uncommon, each body reacts differently to medication, including Accumax. And though accumax contains natural, plant derived ingredients, it is important to consult with a health specialist, your doctor, before using any course of acne treatment, including Accumax.

Listen to your skin and listen to your doctor who will be able to recommend the best course of treatment for your skin concerns, especially if you feel there may be underlying issues at hand.

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Our treatment of choice is Skin Accumax

At Dermoi, we recommend Accumax as it is a nutritional supplement which demonstrates results for those dealing with problem skin, adult acne, body acne etc.

The results consumers have seen from this product demonstrate Accumax’s ability to tackle severe issues many of us deal with such as whiteheads, blackheads, severe acne, excess sebum and promote overall skin health and general wellbeing.

So, it is not a miracle acne treatment, but what it is is a combination of scientifically proven acne-fighting ingredients combined in a capsule supplement form which has the ability to tackle problem skin.

It is Dermoi approved and we hope you approve of it too!

Let us know your personal opinions, your experiences with Accumax and supplements in general.

It is important to note that Accumax is suitable for males and females above the age of 16 and is not suitable for pregnant or breast-feeding women as well as those already on a course of anti-acne treatment.


Author: Katherine Nagato