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Acnemune Your Partner In
Acne Treatment

Acnemune is not just another acne treatment; it’s a revolution in skincare, offering a safe, effective and easy to use solution for those battling acne. 

Acnemune is a commitment to your skin’s health and confidence. With its patent-pending innovative approach, backed by scientific expertise of an experienced Immunologist and a deep understanding of skincare needs, Acnemune is here to transform acne treatment.

The Acnemune Advantages:

  1. No skin pre-treatment is required. Just spray, leave on the skin to adsorb, and go on with your daily or nightly activities.
  2. Fast-Acting All in One Formula: Most acne treatments include kits with 2 or 3 different time-consuming and annoying treatments. Experience visible results quickly, with noticeable improvements within days.
  3. Ease of Use: Simply spray on the affected areas twice or three times daily for effective treatment.
  4. Safe and Gentle: Acnemune is crafted with care, making it suitable for daily use.
  5. Cost-Effective Treatment: Each 30 cc bottle provides a 4-week treatment regime, priced at an affordable, introductory price of $39.50 per 30 cc (1 OZ) bottle.
New Customer Incentive: A Rewarding Experience

To celebrate the effectiveness of Acnemune, we offer a 100% discount on your second order if you provide quality pictures of before, during, and after your treatment period of 3-4 weeks. This offer is available only to the first 50 customers who purchase Acnemune from the date of the online shopping launch.
How to reach us
Any questions or concerns? Please contact us at care@acnemune.com

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Before & 3 weeks After Treatment with Acnemune

UNDERSTANDING ACNE, ITS CAUSES AND TRIGGERS

Acne (scientifically also knows as acne vulgaris) is a skin condition in which pimples, blackheads, and whiteheads, appear on the face, chest and back.  Pimples containing pus are called pustules, and those without pus are called papules. Blackheads and whiteheads are together known as comedones. Severe cases of acne can cause cysts and nodules to form under the skin and can result in scarring, which can be permanent. Acne is classified based on the type of lesions (comedones, papules, pustules, etc.) and severity.

Most experts agree there are four main causes of acne:
Excess oil, clogging of hair follicles by oil and dead skin, bacteria, and inflammation

General causes and chain of events leading to acne:
Hair follicles with sebaceous glands, mostly in the face, increase in size and cause a so-called whitehead, and once the plug opens to the surface and darkens it produces a so-called blackhead, which is not caused by dirt but by an excess of bacteria and oil. Further blockages and continued inflammation deep inside the hair follicles that are in contact with the sebaceous glands cause the appearance of lumps that look like cysts under the skin.

Factors that can cause or make acne worse include:
Hormonal changes, i.e. increase in androgens that cause the sebaceous glands to grow in size and produce more sebum.

Some medications that contain testosterone, corticosteroids or lithium.
Certain diets rich in carbohydrates.
Stress may make an already formed acne worse.

Comparing Acnemune with Other Acne prescription and over the counter treatments

Current other available Acne prescription and over the counter treatments and side effects

Over the counter treatments
Azelaic acid is a naturally occurring acid produced by a yeast which is an antibacterial used as a 20% azelaic acid cream or gel twice a day.

Side effects: skin redness and minor skin irritation.
Salicylic acid may help prevent clogged hair follicles as wash-off and leave-on products. Studies have shown its effectiveness is limited.

Side effects: skin discoloration and minor skin irritation.

Prescription Treatments
Retinoids and retinoid-like drugs. Drugs that have retinoic acids or tretinoin sometimes, but not always, are effective against moderate acne, and are found as creams, gels and lotions. Some examples include tretinoin, adapalene and tazarotene. It is to be applied in the evening, beginning with three times a week, then daily, to prevent plugging of hair follicles.

Side effects: Topical retinoids increase the skin’s sun sensitivity. They can also cause dry skin and redness, especially in people with brown or Black skin. Adapalene may be tolerated best.

Antibiotics. These work by killing excess skin bacteria and reducing redness and inflammation. For the first few months of treatment, both a retinoid and an antibiotic may be used, with the antibiotic applied in the morning and the retinoid in the evening. The antibiotics are often combined with benzoyl peroxide to reduce the likelihood of developing antibiotic resistance. Examples include clindamycin with benzoyl peroxide (Benzaclin, Duac, others) and erythromycin with benzoyl peroxide (Benzamycin). Topical antibiotics alone aren’t recommended.

Evidence is not strong in support of using zinc, sulfur, nicotinamide, resorcinol, sulfacetamide sodium or aluminum chloride in topical treatments for acne.

Antibiotics. For moderate to severe acne, oral antibiotics are used to reduce bacteria. These include tetracycline (minocycline, doxycycline) or a macrolide (erythromycin, azithromycin).

Side effects:   Increase the skin’s sun sensitivity. These antibiotics should be used only for the shortest time possible to prevent antibiotic resistance.

Combined oral contraceptives. Four combined oral contraceptives are approved by the FDA for acne therapy in women who also wish to use them for contraception: combination of progestin and estrogen.

Side effects: weight gain, breast tenderness and nausea. These drugs are also associated with increased risk of cardiovascular problems, breast cancer and cervical cancer.

Anti-androgen agents. The drug spironolactone (Aldactone) can be considered for women and adolescent girls, in case oral antibiotics are ineffective. They block the effect of androgen hormones on the oil-producing glands.

Side effects: breast tenderness and painful periods.

Isotretinoin. Isotretinoin (Amnesteem, Claravis, others) is a derivative of vitamin A and may be prescribed for people whose moderate or severe acne who hasn’t responded to other treatments.

Side effects: Potential inflammatory bowel disease, depression and severe birth defects. All people receiving isotretinoin must participate in an FDA-approved risk management program. And they’ll need to see their doctors regularly to monitor for side effects.

Other Acne Therapies
There are several other therapies that are either ineffective or may only work for mild cases of acne. These include, light therapy, chemical peel, drainage and extraction and steroid injections.

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FAQ'S

Acnemune Frequently asked questions and answers

Acnemune is committed to providing clarity and support to its users. Our FAQ section answers crucial questions regarding the longevity of treatment effects, storage instructions, expected improvements, side effects, and our commitment to customer satisfaction, including our refund policy for those who don’t see improvement after a month of treatment.
Not necessarily. The current novel formulation of Acnemune requires continuous treatment. However, it is possible that after one or two months of treatment, further treatments will not be required for a long while.
Acnemune has a shelf life of one year refrigerated (about 42 degrees Fahrenheit), 4 months at room temperature (68 degrees Fahrenheit) and 6 weeks at warm temperature (98 degrees Fahrenheit). Please bear in mind that if you leave Acnemune in your car in summer months, the temperature in the car can reach up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit, which can diminish or destroy the active ingredients in Acnemune. Also, if you leave it in your car during Winter and it freezes, it may reduce the efficacy of some of the active ingredients of Acnemune. However, if you carry Acnemune on you and you are only exposed to normal room temperature, you will be fine. Having said that, we strongly recommend that you start using Acnemune as soon as you receive it and use up the contents within a month, i.e. twice or three times a day, morning and evenings, or mornings, at noon and evenings.
You can usually see visible results within a less than a week, and by weeks 3 or 4, most if not all of your acne should disappear, depending on the severity of your condition.
Although almost all other acne treatments have various forms of side effects, we have not thus far detected any side effects after Acnemune use, i.e. no itching, scaling, redness, etc. However, individual results may vary.
Although this is extremely unlikely, if you provide us with daily or weekly pictures of before and after treatment while using the Acnemune spray, with no significant improvement, we will reimburse you a full refund.
It is not necessary to change your diet while treating with Acnemune, unless advised by your doctor for treatments other than Acnemune.
Yes, please send us good quality pictures (taken by cell phone is OK, but please use the same pose and same lighting and position) before treatment and daily until the end of one month after start of treatment, we will give you 100% discount on your next order. However, this offer will be valid only for the first 50 customers who choose to use this offer after our product launch.
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