ANF Therapy: Treating the Root Cause of Skin Issues (Acne)

Acne is a skin condition which happens when a person's hair follicles get congested with dead skin cells and oil. This often causes blackheads, whiteheads or pimples. Acne usually appears in the face, chest, upper back and shoulders. Acne more commonly occurs in teenagers, though it can also affect people of all ages.

Here is one testimonial from a patient who had been suffering from severe acne. She can finally smile as she saw great progress on her condition after two ANF treatment and putting discs on her face for several weeks:

"Hopping out of the shower and looking at my face used to put me in tears. Tomorrow marks five weeks using @aminopainacademy treatments to treat my skin (gut & liver) and pretty much everything because these discs are magic!"

Before: On the left was the night I started ANF Therapy (July 16) right out of the shower and using anti-redness lotion from a dermatologist. As you can see that worked well. (It didn't really).

After: On the right. Finally a smile on my face and also out of the shower with just some cream on.

"As you can see the coloring and hyper-pigmentation has changed drastically as well as the swelling around my eyes. The clarity of my eyes is also noted. The acne is mild and much easier to handle as it's 1 or 2 whiteheads and scaring from before. Not a #red and aggravated mess."

Read more here: Kandara's testimonial

Most people who suffer from severe acne can also experience physical discomfort as well and emotional distress because its conspicuous nature. The pimples and bumps heal slowly, and when one begins to away, others seem to crop up. Acne can be difficult to treat and may persist for years. The earlier you start treatment, the lower your risk of such problems. Should you be interested in considering ANF Therapy for acne, please contact us for more details.


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