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How to Operate
(1) Plug-in DC adapter to the jack.
(2) Plug-in DC adapter to AC outlet
(1) Take out needle cartridge in the sterilized packing.
(2) Fitting round slots 1 into 2 of machine, push needles cartridge horizontally up to the end .
(3) Lock the cartridge by turning it to the counter clockwise.
(4) Adjustment of needles length should be done after turn on the machine.
(5)If you want to remove the needle cartridge, turn it to the clockwise and push out horizontally, fitting round slots(slot 1,slot 2)together.
3. Adjustment of speed and needle length
(1) Adjustment of Speed and ON/OFF
(2) 5 speed level control
Pressing the switch 2 seconds to open the device, It starts from the lowest speed to the highest speed when you turn on the power firstly.
The speed cycles low to high. Please press the switch 2 seconds when you need to stop the device. The flicker' s frequency of light faster, the speed is higher.
(3) Adjustment of needles length
You can adjust the length of the needle by turning the adjustment ring clockwise or counterclockwise. Turning it clockwise, length of it will be longer.
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Why does acne return after teenage years?
Most women think that by the time they get through their teen years, they will be done with acne. Unfortunately, that isn't always the case. One study identifies acne as a by-product of the western diet, which can continue to plague both men and women well into their 30s.
Changes in “androgenic” or male-focused hormones are one cause of acne. Some people are particularly sensitive to these hormones.
Although women have predominantly female hormones like estrogen and progesterone, other hormones called androgens including testosterone, are also present in small amounts.
When there are changes in these levels, acne can occur.
Although acne is normal, there are reasons why it is more of an issue at certain times than others:
a woman's “time of the month” causes changes in hormonal balance attempts to relieve discomfort through manipulation (squeezing) can actually cause further acne wearing non-breathable clothing, such as sportswear and spandex headbands, reduces skin healing. Causes of acne Acne is treatable. However, before you proceed with treatment, you should find out the cause of the disease.
Consult a doctor. They will gather your medical history by determining whether you are genetically predisposed to acne, specifying the age you hit puberty, analyzing your menstrual cycle regularity, finding out whether you are overweight, allergic, etc.
The doctor will also have you take some tests to check your blood chemistry and hormone levels, as well as have you undergo a pelvic and thyroid gland ultrasound.
Acne may develop due to several factors.
The hormonal causes of acne include:
hormone level changes throughout the menstrual cycle taking oral contraceptives hormonal imbalance endocrine system disorders, etc. The non-hormonal causes of acne include:
gastrointestinal diseases stress poor hygiene vitamin and nutrient insufficiency weak immune system Often, acne is caused not just by one reason but by a number of reasons.
Main acne triggers Many people think that acne is caused by an unhealthy diet. However, the link between acne and food hasn’t been proven yet.
Still, researchers are convinced that sweet, fatty, smoked, and fast foods are a contributing factor that, along with other conditions, can make acne spots worse.
The following factors can trigger acne: stress and depression tight synthetic clothing which does not let your skin breathe inappropriate skincare products and (comedogenic) makeup too dry (or too humid) climate insufficient (or superfluous) hygiene cleansing with water that is too hot, which increases the production of sebum If acne is caused by a hormonal imbalance or GIT dysfunction, eliminating the triggers won’t improve the situation. Eradicating the cause of the condition will be the only cure in this case.
Acne and dairy: what’s the corellation? Cultures that stick to a mainly whole foods diet experience almost no acne at all, while western cultures seem to have the highest incidence rate of acne.
One of the biggest culprits in the western diet is dairy — specifically skim milk, cream cheese, and cottage cheese. Therefore, reducing the intake of dairy products may help to improve acne.
Experiment by avoiding dairy products for a definite period of time (for instance, a week or two) and assess the progress. Use the app to log your acne symptoms and to monitor any changes.
Are acne, fast food and carbonated beverages connected? The higher the glycemic index of the product, the faster the carbohydrates in it are digested and raise blood sugar levels. Processed foods, especially those with a high glycemic index, have been known to exacerbate acne.
A list of foods that cause acne includes fast food, instant foods, milk, fizzy drinks, white bread, smoked sausages, and potato chips.
One study found that a control group consuming more fish and vegetables had a lower incidence rate of acne.
Therefore, adopting a whole foods diet and reducing the intake of dairy products may help significantly reduce acne.
How can hair affect acne? Excessive contact between your hands, hair, and face does not help your skin get healthier.
Sebum, dust, and the remains of beauty products accumulate on your hair during the day. When these elements come in contact with the skin on your face, they clog pores which causes the appearance of pimples.
If your hair covers parts of your face, wear it in a ponytail. Having bangs is not for you if your hair gets dirty quickly, as it can cause pimples to appear on your forehead.
Hair should be washed when needed; oily hair is commonly washed every day.
You should wash and style your hair in the way that will ensure that hair products won’t get on your face, neck, and back. These products contain mineral oils that can cause pore to clog.
For the same reason, long hair should be washed with the head bent forward so that the water and foam don’t drip down the back