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Why have you never heard of the bad skin cure?Who has the bad skin cure?
We do live in a money driven society and if there was a bad skin cure who would sell it? What fortune 500 company would accept a one-time payment when they can get hundreds of payments from the same person if they had the option? From a business perspective, it makes sense to milk the cow as many times as you can before it isn’t able to produce anymore. Thing is I’m not a cow and neither are you! I chose not to be a slave to there expensive “help” when it comes to my skin and health. Why should I pay ridiculous amounts of money only to have my condition moderately helped?
What if I told you I had a bad skin cure? Would you believe me?
Believe it, but it’s not as easy as it sounds, It isn’t a pill nor an elixir It’s YOU! I know what you’re thinking how can you be your own cure right? Well you are, we underestimate the human body and its capabilities. What happens when you get a cut on your skin? You may start bleeding depending on how intense and deep the injury. This happens because the injury breaks or tears the tiny blood vessels just under the skin’s surface. Damaged blood vessels are repaired, and infection-fighting white blood cells attack any germs that may have gotten into the wound. We are designed to heal ourselves! Whether you break a bone or sustain a surface wound our body is going to always heal itself.
How does this relate to acne scars and bad skin?
Acne scars are a direct result of your body healing itself. Any damage to the dermis the body forms new collagen fibers (a naturally occurring protein in the body) to repair the damage, resulting in a scar. The healed scar tissue will have a different texture and quality than the surrounding tissue. Scar tissues are damaged skin, but what happens when you apply controlled damage to scar tissue? The scar tissue will break down! Now I’m not saying take a knife to your scar and see what happens not at all.
To break down scar tissue and allow blood circulation the to scar fibers to promote collagen and new skin production you need a certain tool. That tool is called a derma roller. What is a derma roller? Its a tool with hundreds of needles which will create micro punctures in the damaged skin thus breaking down the scar and forcing your body to create new collagen and skin.
A Cure For $30 Bucks
Derma rolling is an inexpensive way to improve many skin issues. Truly a godsend for me and thousands of others. It has truly changed my life, which is why I even decided to create this website. I want people to know you don’t have to go to a dermatologist or fancy plastic surgeons spending thousands of dollars to improve your skin. Your body will improve your skin on its own with the right tool. You are the bad skin cure!