Acne

Dealing with acne is something almost everyone goes through at some point in life. Whether it starts during your teenage years or shows up later, it’s always an unpleasant experience. Acne can leave unsightly marks like scars and blemishes on your skin. What’s more, it can take a toll on your mental health, potentially leading to issues like depression, anxiety, social withdrawal, and even social phobia.

Problematic skin with acne

Acne, also known as acne vulgaris, is a chronic non-infectious inflammatory condition of the sebaceous glands. These glands produce an excessive amount of skin oil, which is essential for maintaining skin moisture. However, an excess of oil can lead to the blockage of the sebaceous gland ducts, resulting in inflammation and clogged pores in the skin.

This inflammation begins as microscopic, beneath the skin’s surface, but eventually manifests as a pimple. Blocked sebaceous glands create an ideal environment for bacteria, further worsening the acne condition. This leads to damage to the skin tissue, leaving scars in its wake.

This condition can be caused by genetic factors, hormonal fluctuations, changes in the immune system, and external influences such as polluted air, poor diet, insufficient hydration, alcohol consumption, smoking, stress, lack of sleep, and improper skincare.

Acne symptoms

  • increased production of sebum
  • oily, shiny skin
  • painless, small, white or black dots (so-called comedones)
  • red pimples filled with pus
  • extensive seeding of pimples
  • pus-filled boils under the skin
  • scars on the skin
  • changes in skin pigmentation

Halotherapy in the battle against acne

There are various types of acne, and the treatment for each requires an individualized approach. However, many people have had positive experiences using salt therapy as a natural solution for clearer skin.

Salt therapy has anti-inflammatory effects that help soothe skin irritation caused by dermatological conditions, reducing the sensation of itching and burning.

Salt particles act as a gentle natural exfoliator. They actively contribute to the shedding of dead skin cells, reducing the formation of scales and rashes.

Salt therapy effectively flushes out accumulated toxins and mucus from the lungs, preventing the elimination of these substances through the skin. This promotes detoxification of the body and cleanses the skin from rashes, acne, and pigmentation spots while preventing potential deterioration.

Through salt therapy, an overall improvement in skin appearance and texture can be achieved. The skin becomes softer, smoother, and gains a healthier look.

These advantages can assist in relieving the unpleasant symptoms of acne and enhance the overall well-being of individuals grappling with it.

Recommended halotherapy treatment plan

To attain enduring benefits, we advise adhering to the following frequency and duration of salt therapy sessions.

4
5 – 8
20 – 32
as acute symptoms subside

Although even a less frequent sessions can provide relief, the crucial factor for achieving lasting results is maintaining consistency and regularity. This approach should continue until acne symptoms begin to diminish. Once that occurs, you can gradually reduce the frequency of visits to our studio and incorporate salt therapy into your routine based on your individual preferences and availability. This will help bolster your immune system, enhance overall health, reduce stress, or serve as a relaxation method.

Why try salt therapy

If you have problematic skin prone to acne, it’s best to consult with a dermatologist when selecting skincare products. They can recommend appropriate treatment or prescribe products tailored to your skin type. Consider using salt therapy as well, which can help you cleanse your skin gently, effectively, and naturally.

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INHALEUM

Self-service salt therapy studio:
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