What are the Best Acne-Fighting Ingredients? | Lactezin

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The best acne-fighting ingredients may not be what you expect.

Treating and preventing pimples is an ongoing struggle for many, and what works for one person may not work for others. If the usual treatments aren’t giving you the results you want, consider this combination of some of the best acne-fighting ingredients.

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  • Lactoferrin

    Lactoferrin is a protein found in cow milk and human milk. While it is more known for treating stomach ailments, lactoferrin is also used for its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory benefits.

    How does it fight acne? Lactoferrin enhances the body’s natural defenses to help fight pimple-causing bacteria, reduce sebum and inflammation, and also helps repair damaged skin cells.

  • Vitamin E

    One of the more popular skin care ingredients, Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant whose primary role is to prevent skin damage caused by free radicals and UV rays. Dietary sources of Vitamin E include nuts (almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts); seeds (sunflower, flax); sweet potatoes; leafy greens; and avocadoes.

  • Zinc

    Zinc is a trace mineral known for its fundamental role in gene expression, cell growth, and cell replication. It’s also important for fighting acne. Zinc helps maintain a healthy immune system and promotes wound healing and repair of damaged tissues. Its antioxidant and oil-regulating properties also help improve skin appearance.

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These three powerful acne-fighting ingredients can be found in? Lactezin®.

Lactezin® is a clinically proven pimple solution that contains a breakthrough formulation of natural ingredients: Lactoferrin, Vitamin E and Zinc.

Lactezin® helps treats pimples and may also prevent them from recurring. Based on clinical studies, it may reduce acne, whiteheads, and blackheads by up to 49% in as early as 2 weeks with further reduction up to 94% observed up to the 12th week with continuous usage.

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