Many have heard the makers of Dermacia claim that their product can help “cure” acne. But is there any truth to their claim?
Well, sort of.
Their main product, Dermacia Foundation, contains an ingredient called Lycogel Complex. This is a patented ingredient that increases the amount of oxygen that reaches the skin. Clinical studies provide evidence that the women who used the product for just 8 hours increased the oxygen content of the skin by 6.2%. Then after a a full month of use, the oxygen content of their skin increased an average of about 10%.
How does this affect acne? In many of the women, it helped clear up their skin and the same time, covered the acne and acne scars that they already had. They also reported to have less and less breakouts the longer that they used the product. It seems that because Dermacia is actually breathable, the foundation provides coverage while actually improving and helping the skin underneath.
Developed under the by a group of physicians, Dermacia was previously available only through licensed dermatologists and estheticians. Most patients did not even know it existed and most doctors failed to mention the option. Now it is available to anyone, and they have also added a cleanser to the product line that seems to further the positive effects of the foundation among study participants.
So is this foundation really a “cure” for acne? No, but because it may decrease breakouts, cover acne, and make skin feel better, that may be enough to make most women sing its praises anyway.
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