Acne (Acne vulgaris) is a dermatological issue that affects between 80-100% of the population with variations in severity. Teenagers and menstruating women are most commonly impacted, often resorting to unproven over-the-counter (OTC) treatments or costly pharmaceutical medications. Many times these treatments are both ineffective and can cause other serious side effects.
Anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial medications are the most often prescribed treatments. Unfortunately, there has been a significant increase in bacterial resistance in our young population from the repeated use of pharmaceutical medications. It is paramount that we find alternative, natural AND therapeutically-effective options for the treatment of this condition.
There is a robust amount of evidence that identifies the main sources of acne, including dysregulation at the cellular level due to:
- oxidative stress (insufficient antioxidant protection),
- inflammation (ie: pro-inflammatory cytokines),
- bacterial infection,
- hormonal imbalances, and
It is essential that anti-acne compounds are able to cross all cellular structures and attack the CAUSES of the problem. Many compounds work on the surface, but do not address the problem at the cellular level.
The Zetpil™ Creams penetrate to the cellular level and are the perfect combination of weapons to combat acne.
- Zetpil™ Melatonin Cream brings the world’s most powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial compound to deliver a lethal blow at the main causes of acne.
- Zetpil™ NitroBoost Cream:
- increases collagen and elastin synthesis (arginine),
- helps maintain appropriate moisture content of the skin (shea and cocoa butters),
- blocks harmful UVA/UVB rays (Niacinamide), and
- delivers the B vitamins responsible for healthy skin tone as well as superior acne control (Thiamine).
What makes Zetpil™ different from other nutrition companies?
Zetpil™ is different not only in delivery systems, but they embrace the two biggest issues almost always overlooked by other nutrition companies: bioactive forms of ingredients and therapeutic dosages. Zetpil™ is all about integrity and honesty and every product is formulated with the most active forms of nutrients, the co-factors required for optimal absorption, and at research-proven therapeutic dosages.
- We do NOT believe in posting pictures of beautiful celebrities who have “cured” their acne (with the most expensive procedures and treatments).
- We do NOT advocate holistic/homeopathic approaches, which by definition are sub-therapeutic dosages of the active compounds.
Rather, the Zetpil™ products address and SOLVE the core cellular dysregulation (chemical and biological “misfirings”) that CAUSES acne. Therefore, you can treat existing acne, AND prevent future outbreaks with continued use, without side effects or resistance.
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The information in this focus topic is for educational use only. Do not attempt to self-diagnose or treat any condition. Consult with a healthcare professional before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, before taking any medication.
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