Pantothen is a Natural acne solution that attacks acne at the source by breaking down oil in the skin before it turns into acne.
1) Breaks Down Skin Oil Before It Turns Into Acne
2) Works by attacking the problem of acne at the source.
It's not really that complicated. In fact, it's a sensible, natural process.
What causes acne:
Your skin needs to have a certain amount of oil in it to remain healthy. But, sometimes your body can produce too much oil.
Acne is the result of too much oil in your skin. When that happens, it builds up in your pores. This blocks your pores from performing their natural functions, which leads to infection;
zits are a way to try to release the oil and return normal pore function.
Two traditional acne treatments that work in two different ways.
1) One is Isotretinoin, which shrinks the glands where the oil builds up, making it impossible for a zit to form. This would be a great thing - if the drug didn't often lead to depression and suicide.
2) The other are topical creams and ointments, which are topical antibiotics applied to the affected areas to kill the infection. Again, this can work, but will over-dry your skin. Plus, the human body can become resistant to antibiotics.
HOW DOES PANTOTHEN WORK?
Coenzyme-A breaks down excess oil in your skin before it turns into acne. Unfortunately, the body only produces enough Coenzyme-A to deal with a normal amount of oil. When your body's oil production increases, there is usually not enough Coenzyme-A to deal with it before infection occurs. Coenzyme-A is made of two distinct molecules - adenine triphosphate and pantothenic acid. The good news is that your body is filled with adenine triphosphate. So, as soon as you put more pantothenic acid into your body, it will bind with the adenine triphosphate and naturally create more Coenzyme-A.
The additional Coenzyme-A then destroys the excess oils in your skin, making acne a thing of the past. But, there's more. It's not enough simply to make your body create more Coenzyme-A; you need to direct the oils to Coenzyme-A to get them broken down.
One way is to simply flood your body with high levels of pantothenic acid, but that can lead to stomach problems and bloating. We found out that a better way is to send the oils down the body's natural pathway to Coenzyme-A.
The body naturally uses L-Carnitine to move oils to Coenzyme-A glands.
But, your body usually doesn't have enough L-Carnitine to deal with excess oil. Therefore, Pantothen's research team combined pantothenic acid with L-Carnitine to form Pantothen. They found that this newly formulated combination works very efficiently in breaking down oils in the skin and preventing acne from breaking out.
Pantothen was created based on the research of Dr. Lit-Hung Leung, who published his first study on the relationship between Pantothenic Acid and acne treatment in 1997.
In the 13 years since his study was made available, it has stood the test of time and has not been conclusively challenged by any reliable medical source. His findings were published in the well-respected Journal Of Orthomolecular Medicine.
Dr. Leung used Pantothenic Acid on a variety of test subjects. The majority of them started to see measurable results within one to two weeks of starting treatment. He tried both oral and topical applications of Pantothenic Acid and notice greater results with the oral program, demonstrating that it is an internal acne reduction process.
Dr. Leung also looked at the relationship between testosterone production and incidences of acne. By comparing the rates of acne results between teenagers, castrated men, women who were on testosterone based birth control, women with medical issues that caused increased testosterone production and a control group, he was able to determine that testosterone and not diet was the main cause of acne product and oil build up.
This demonstrated that changes in diet would not be an effective acne treatment. Rather, the best way to prevent acne was to help the body block oil production. He determined that breaking down the oils would be safer medically, and preferable to artificially lowering the amount of testosterone produced by the human body.
Finally, the study determined that increased amounts of Pantothenic Acid in the body would not effect testosterone rates - which would lead to reduced libido and other unwanted side effects - but would, instead, simply help the body process and flush more acne-causing oils than before. Pantothen