1. Acne Vulgaris– A chronic inflammatory disease of the folliculo-sebaceous unit, characterized by a variety of lesions: comedones, papules, pustules, nodules, cysts.
  2. Comedones– non-inflammatory type of acne lesions, consisting of a clogged pore. It can appear as a whitehead or as blackhead. The comedone blocks the sebum secretion at the entrance of the Canal that contain the hair follicle.
  3. Papules– also known as pimple, small and uplifted, can be sensitive to a touch.
  4. Pustules- also known as pimple. Different from the papule since it contains pus in the center of the lesion. small and uplifted, can be sensitive to a touch
  5. Nodules- – A severe acne lesion, larger than a papule or pustule can cause scarring.
  6. Cysts– A severe acne lesion that consists of a nodule containing pus and can cause scarring.
  7. Sebum- The oily material produced by the sebaceous
  8. P-ACNE bacteria- Propionibacterium acnesis a bacteria that grows deep inside of pores, the P-Acne  nourished  the sebum that is produced by the sebaceous glands that surround the base of the hair follicle.
  9. Caprea Lac– a natural enzyme combine with natural lactic acid that contribute to PH levels refinement and stabilization preventing from the bacteria the environment it needs to thrive. Caprea Lac was known in ancient days as a powerful dry skin
  10. Olea Europaea  -an extract from olive oil which contain natural Oleuropein and Elenolic acid. Both are known as strong natural agents that prevent and treat infection of all kinds. The first one is known as strong antimicrobial and antifungal agents. In addition to the above components of olea Europaea. the oil contains many types of flavonoids, a natural anti-oxidant agent that also help on maintain the walls of capillary, and help the treatment of couperosis.