How It Works

The ingredients in Derma Drink can be found inside most fruits and vegetables. When concentrated, these antioxidants and minerals hold immense strength in the fight against acne.

Face washes and creams cleanse the skin’s surface. Derma Drink attacks acne from within.

Derma Drink fights the root cause of acne by strengthening the immune system.

Studies have confirmed antioxidants' power against acne. See below for details.

Face washes and creams cleanse the skin’s surface. Derma Drink attacks acne from within.

Derma Drink fights the root cause of acne by strengthening the immune system.

Studies have confirmed antioxidants' power against acne. See below for details.

The Science

Behind Derma Drink

1

Higher levels of inflammation have been linked to acne, and inflammation has been linked to low levels of antioxidants

This first study shows how acne severity correlates with inflammation level. The researchers compared measures of inflammatory damage between a given amount of acne patients and people without acne. The patients were divided into three different groups; mild, moderate and severe. As you can see, the graph shows a clear correlation between inflammation and acne severity. The study also addresses antioxidant activity in relation to inflammation. This chart represents levels for two crucial antioxidant enzymes; superoxide dismutase and glutathione. Like Vitamin E, these enzymes neutralize free radicals and other inflammatory molecules. The graph on the left suggests that people without acne genetically possess far greater amounts of antioxidants than those that suffer from acne.

2

Skin samples show that patients with severe acne have much lower antioxidant enzyme readings

Published in November 2012, this next study measures the inflammatory damage for individual pimples. The researchers took skin samples from 50 acne patients, again divided into mild, moderate and severe categories.

Samples were also taken from 40 people without acne. The patients with severe acne showed 2 to 4 fold higher levels of inflammatory damage than people with mild or moderate acne. Similarly, antioxidant enzyme readings were much lower in people with severe acne.

3

Antioxidant supplementation can reduce acne by more than 50% by measuring levels of glutathione (GSH), malondialdehyde (MDA), and interleukine -8 (IL-8).

Also published in 2012, Study 3 demonstrates how antioxidant supplementation can reduce acne by more than 50% by measuring levels of glutathione (GSH), malondialdehyde (MDA), and interleukine -8 (IL-8). Glutathione is an antioxidant enzyme, and malondialdehyde and interleukine -8 are measures of inflammation.

In Study 3's findings, acne patients showed much higher levels of systemic inflammation. The graph on the right shows a strong correlation between glutathione levels and acne severity. As antioxidant levels decrease, breakouts increase.

56 acne patients were divided into 4 groups. 3 groups received antioxidant supplements, the fourth group received a placebo. The antioxidants were silymarin, M-Acetylcystein (NAC), or selenium. All reduced acne lesions by about 50%.

Why Selenium instead of NAC or Silymarin? ​ For decades, selenium has been safely taken by people suffering from arthritis, infertility, and Chrone's disease. It can also be found inside every green vegetable and is highly abundant in fish. Unlike selenium, both NAC and silymarin are known to cause adverse side effects such as nausea, vomiting, flushing, itching, and rashes.

Ingredients

Se

Selenium

A

Vitamin A

Like other antioxidants, Vitamin E absorbs free radicals in the body. Free radicals are unstable molecules that cause inflammation and skin imperfections.

Zn

Zinc

Cu

Copper

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Other