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Roop Nikhar- Natural treatment for Acne, Pimples & Blemishes.


Herbal Face Pack for Acne treatment / Pimples treatment
Roop Nikhar - A unique blend of rare Indian herbs which are very effective in acne treatment, pimples treatment, black heads, pores, small cut marks etc. This all natural herbal acne cure treatment gives remarkable results on acne and pimples even in one single application.
A rare formulation that is backed by the knowledge of Ayurveda (Science of life) and ultimate blend of nature and science having capability to cure complete acne cysts and mild zits. This herbal natural Acne treatment is 100% natural with no adverse effect.

Roop Nikhar - Natural Acne treatment / Pimples treatment can clear severe acne in just 2 to 4 applications and is good skin toner.

Highly recommended product due to following plus points:
  1. Regulates oil production and sebum.
  2. Improves the complexion of skin.
  3. kills the bacteria responsible for causing acne and unclog pores.
  4. Enhances skin tone.
  5. Reduces redness, inflammation and dryness.
  6. removes internal toxins and improves the quality of skin.
  7. Scars or dark spots due to acne.
  8. Spotting or freckling from acne.
  9. Dark sports due to aging, skin ailments or hormonal changes.

Herbal Face Pack for Acne / Pimples – Roop Nikhar



This world is a visual place where appearance is a major part of life. If you want to be confident, extroverted and happy you have to be in control of your life. Yet if you cannot even control the way your face looks on a day to day basis, then often you end up badly controlling the rest of your life too.

About Acne/Pimples: Acne which is also known as Pimples is a common disorder developed in teenagers and at times in young adults due to the inflammation of skin, as superficial skin eruption caused by the blockage of skin pores

Acne is a major problem that is the start of a chain reaction of problems. Surveys conducted by experts have shown that it commonly results in:
  • Lack of confidence
  • Lack of self esteem
  • Disturbances in married life
  • Depression
  • Mood Swings
  • A poor social life
  • General unhappiness with life
  • A feeling of unfulfilled personal potential
What are the causes of Acne?
During adolescence, there is a sudden spurt in the secretion of sex hormones that cause increased formation of oils (sebum) from the sebaceous glands of the skin.

Sebaceous glands are secretary glands that open into hair follicles and skin pores. There is accumulation of oily secretions from the sebaceous glands due to blockage of the external pores in the skin. Consequently, the oils and dead skin cells are trapped, and form small "plugs" known as "comedones" within the hair follicles of the skin. Bacteria act on these plugs aggravating the infection and cause the inflammation of the skin eruptions.

The plug causes the hair follicle to bulge causing white-heads and if the top of the plug is darkened, it becomes black-heads. If the plug causes the wall of the follicle to rupture, the oil, dead skin cells, and bacteria found normally on the surface of the skin can enter the skin and form small infected areas called pustules also known as pimples or "zits".

Family history of acne can also contribute to the development of acne. Other hormonal changes can occur with menstrual periods, pregnancy, use of birth control pills, or stress and can aggravate acne.

What are the symptoms of Acne?
Acne appears as rash on the face or neck. This rash can become a red and painful pustule. Presence of white-heads and black-heads can also lead to inflammation. Inflammation can be formed around the skin lesions.

About Herbal Treatment for Acne, Pimples & Blemishes - Roop Nikhar:
A unique blend of rare Indian herbs that are directly collected from their natural resource of origin, which are very effective in acne, pimples, black heads, pores, small cut marks etc. This herbal treatment for Acne, Pimples, zits etc is capable enough to cure acne/pimples even in one single application.

Ingredients : Aloe Vera Juice, Balanites roxburghii, Curcuma longa, Teramnus labialis , Glycyrrhiza glabra, Milk hedge, Azadirachta Indica, Psoralea corylifolia , Red Sandal, Rose Petal, Jojoba Oil, Olive Oil, Wheat Germ Oil, Vitamin E, Multani Mitti and Fragrance

Instruction for use:
  • Wash face with lukewarm water. (for better results use some mild natural face wash gel) Use a soft towel and soak water gently.
  • Apply Herbal Acne treatment face pack on Acne/Pimples etc… as layer, don't massage it like cream, leave it upto 15 to 20 minutes ( Let it dry naturally) and then wash the face with Luke warm water again. Apply twice a day.
  • Avoid using chemical based products as it might harm the skin more.
  • Herbal Acne, Pimples treatment has a sweet itching for a few minutes after its application and it is due to its curing properties only.
  • If your skin is sensitive then try it on any part of your body before applying it on your face. (The herbal Acne, Face Pack for Pimples is 100% natural & 100% herbal).
Faq's
Question : I wash my face several times a day. Why do I still get acne?
Answer : Many people still believe that acne is caused by dirty skin. The truth is, washing alone will not clear up or prevent acne. Washing does, however, help remove excess surface oils and dead skin cells. Many people use all kinds of products, including alcohol-based cleansers, and scrub vigorously, only to irritate the skin further and worsen their acne. Washing the skin twice a day gently with water and a mild soap or face cleansing mild gel is usually all that is required. However, acne is actually caused by a variety of biologic factors that are beyond the control of washing. For that reason, you should use appropriate acne treatments for the acne.

Question : Does stress cause acne?
Answer : Stress is commonly blamed for the development of acne. Stress can have many physiologic effects on the body, including changes in hormones that may theoretically lead to acne. In some cases the stress may actually be caused by the acne lesions, not the other way around! If the acne is being treated effectively, stress is not likely to have much impact on the majority of people.

Question: I never had acne as a teenager. Why am I now getting acne as an adult?
Answer : Usually, acne begins at puberty and is gone by the early 20s. In some cases, acne may persist into adulthood. Such types of acne include severe forms that affect the body as well as the face (which afflict males more than females) and acne associated with the menstrual cycle in women. In other cases, acne may not present itself until adulthood. Such acne is more likely to affect females than males.

There are several reasons for this. As females get older, the pattern of changes in hormones may itself change, disposing sebaceous glands to develop acne. Ovarian cysts and pregnancy may also cause hormonal changes that lead to acne. Some women get acne when they discontinue birth control pills that have been keeping acne at bay. Sometimes young women may wear cosmetics that are comedogenic-that is, they can set up conditions that cause comedones to form.

Question: What role does diet play in acne?
Answer : Acne is not caused by food. Following a strict diet will not, clear your skin. While some people feel that their acne is aggravated by certain foods, particularly chocolate, colas, peanuts, shellfish and some fatty foods, there is no scientific evidence that suggests food causes or influences acne. Avoid any foods which seem to worsen your acne and, for your overall health, eat a balanced diet--but diet shouldn't really matter if the acne is being appropriately treated.

Question: Does the sun help acne?
Answer : Many patients feel that sunlight improves their acne lesions and go to great lengths to find sources of ultraviolet light. There is no proven effect of sunlight on acne. In addition, ultraviolet light in sunlight increases the risk of skin cancer and early aging of the skin. It is, therefore, not a recommended technique of acne management, especially since there are many other proven forms of treatment for acne. Moreover, many acne treatments increase the skin's sensitivity to ultraviolet light, making the risk of ultraviolet light exposure all the worse.

Question : What is the best way to treat acne?
Answer : The best way for acne treatment is to clean the face twice or thrice with mild natural face wash or soap and apply Herbal Acne treatment face pack twice a day as mentioned earlier.

Question : What kind of cosmetics and cleansers can an acne patient use?
Answer : Look for "noncomedogenic" cosmetics and toiletries. These products have been formulated so that they will not cause acne.

Heavy foundation makeup should be avoided. Most acne patients should select powder blushes and eye shadow over cream products because they are less irritating and noncomedogenic. Camouflaging techniques can be used effectively by applying a green undercover cosmetic over red acne lesions to promote color blending.

Question : Is it harmful to squeeze my blemishes?
Answer : Yes. In general, acne lesions should not be picked or squeezed by the patient. In particular, inflammatory acne lesions should never be squeezed. Squeezing forces infected material deeper into the skin, causing additional inflammation and possible scarring.

Question : Can anything be done about scarring caused by acne?
Answer : Scarring is best prevented by getting rid of the acne. It is important that the acne be well controlled before any procedure is used to alleviate scarring. Regular use of Herbal acne treatment face pack will gradually reduce scarring.

Question : How long before I see a visible result from using my acne medication?
Answer : The first step is to control further increase and then cure of existing acne. 2 to 4 applications regularly will control acne and start normalizing your skin. Although complete cure could last upto weeks.

Question: Would using my medication more frequently than prescribed speed up the clearing of my acne?
Answer : No- Not at all. This is a natural treatment and it will take its own course of time. We can not speed up recovery by using the herbal acne treatment face pack more frequently.

Question : My topical treatment seems to work on the spots I treat, but I keep getting new acne blemishes. What should I do?
Answer : Topical acne medications are made to be used on all acne-prone areas, not just individual lesions. Part of the goal is to treat the skin before lesions can form and to prevent formation, not just to treat existing lesions. Patients are generally advised to treat all of the areas (forehead, cheeks, chin and nose) that tend to break out rather than just individual lesions.

Question : My face is clear! Can I stop taking my medication now?
Answer : The herbal acne treatment face pack is 100% natural, 100% herbal and can be used by any one irrespective of acne and pimples. It is good for Skin and can be used freely. If your face is clear now, you may discontinue or you may use further for more beautiful skin.

Question : Does it matter what time I use my medication?
Answer : Not at all but try to use it in your free time, preferable at night because the effect of herbal acne treatment is more in non sun light area in comparison to Sun light.

Question: Are there any acne treatments specifically for people with dark skin? Are there any treatments specifically harmful to dark skin?
Answer: There are no acne treatments specifically for use on light or dark skin. Acne treatments are generally as safe and effective on dark skin as on light skin. Acne is a common skin disease that has the same causes and follows the same course in all colors of skin.

Question : Is acne that appears for the first time in adulthood different from acne that appears in adolescence?
Answer : Acne has a specific definition as a disease of sebaceous follicles. This definition applies to acne that occurs at any age.

Question : My 15-year-old daughter has what I would describe as a very mild case of acne. She has made it much worse by constant picking and squeezing. She looks in the mirror for hours, looking for some blackhead or blemish she can pick or squeeze. What to do?
Answer: Excessive picking and squeezing of otherwise mild acne is a condition called excoriated acne, seen most often in young women. Please ask her to use Herbal acne treatment face pack regularly and not to worry for the pimples and black heads.

The typical person with excoriated acne is a person—often a young women—who is so distressed with her appearance due to acne that she literally tries to "squeeze the acne out of existence." The acne is often very mild, but the person’s face may constantly be covered with red marks from squeezing, and open sores where lesions have been picked open.

Question: Can the rate of secretion or the composition of sebum be altered by diet? If it can, shouldn’t alteration of diet be considered a treatment for acne?
Answer : Diet has never been proven to have a role in the cause or treatment of acne. Dietary manipulation may have a role in the treatment of some scaling diseases of the skin, but not in the treatment of acne.

Question : How does acne affect women?
Answer : Most young women and men will have at least a few pimples over the course of their lives. But acne seems to affect men and women in different ways. Young men are more likely to have a more serious form of acne. Acne in young women tends to be more random and linked to hormone changes, such as the menstrual cycle.

As women get older, acne often gets better. But some women have acne for many years. Some women even get acne for the first time at age 30 or 40.

For many women, acne can be an upsetting illness. Women may have feelings of depression, poor body image, or low self-esteem. But you don’t have to wait to outgrow acne or to let it run its course. Regular use of Herbal acne treatment face pack not only controls further acne but also treats it and makes your skin clear, soft and glowing.

Question: What triggers acne in women?
Answer : Many things can trigger acne in women:
  • Hormone changes during puberty. During puberty, girls have an increase in male sex hormones called androgens. This increase causes the glands to get larger and make more sebum.
  • Hormone changes as an adult. The menstrual cycle is one of the most common acne triggers. Acne lesions tend to form a few days before the cycle begins and go away after the cycle is completed. Other hormone changes, such as pregnancy and menopause, improve acne in some women. But some women have worse acne during these times. Stopping use of birth control pills can play a role as well.
  • Medicines. Certain medicines, such as those used to treat epilepsy and types of depression.
  • Make-up.
  • Pressure or friction on the skin. Friction caused by bike helmets or backpacks can make acne worse.
  • Family history. If other people in your family have acne, there is a greater chance you will have it.
Question :Does poor hygiene cause acne?
Answer : It is a myth that women get acne because they don’t wash enough. Too much washing or scrubbing the skin harshly can make acne worse. And washing away surface oils doesn’t do much to prevent or cure acne, because it forms under the skin. The best way to clean the face is to gently wash it twice a day with a mild soap or cleanser. Be careful to remove make-up without harsh scrubbing.

Question : How is mild acne treated?
Answer : There are many treatments for mild acne. Mild acne can consist of whiteheads, blackheads and small pustules. At home, you can wash your face twice per day with warm water and a gentle cleanser or soap.

Question : Can more serious forms of acne be treated?
Answer : Yes. The Herbal Acne & Pimples treatment face pack is made for mild and moderate acne, pimples, blemishes and capable enough to treat them naturally.
  • Clean your skin gently with a mild soap or cleanser twice a day--once in the morning and once at night. You should also gently clean the skin after heavy exercise. Avoid strong soaps and rough scrub pads. Harsh scrubbing of the skin may make acne worse. Wash your entire face from under the jaw to the hairline and rinse thoroughly. Apply herbal acne & pimples treatment face pack atleast twice to thrice a week.
  • Do not squeeze or pick at acne lesions. This can cause acne scars.
  • Avoid getting sunburned. Many people think that the sun helps acne, because the redness from sunburn may make acne lesions less visible. But, too much sun can also increase your risk of skin cancer and early aging of the skin. When you’re going to be outside, use sunscreen of at least SPF 15. Also, try to stay in the shade as much as you can.
  • Choose products that are “non-comedogenic” or “non-acnegenic.” These products have been made in a way that they don’t cause acne. You may also want to use products that are oil-free.
  • Avoid things that rub the skin as much as you can, such as backpacks and sports equipment.
Question : Only teenagers get acne, right?
Answer : Acne is the most common skin disorder in the U.S. Three out of four teens experience acne breakouts. But it is not just a teenage problem. The American Academy of Dermatology reports 80% of people between the ages of 20 and 30 suffer from mild to moderate acne. Twenty five percent of adult men and 50% of adult women have acne. Acne can also occur in infants, toddlers, and young children.

Acne seems to be a hereditary condition. While it can flare up at any time, the periods of life when acne most frequently appears is during puberty, ovulation and menstruation, pregnancy, perimenopause, and menopause.

Question: How long will it take my acne to clear up?
Answer : The severity of your acne and how consistent you are with your treatments are just some of the many factors that determine how long it will take to see improvement. Although control of acne could be done in just 4 to 6 days but depending on the response of your skin, complete cure could take some weeks.




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