Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Say Goodbye To Wrinkles

Our Theresienöl Deep Impact Creme helps fade the look of dark marks and wrinkles while helping calm redness from Eczema, Psoriasis, or even sensitive skin.


Thursday, 21 April 2016

Acne Overview Definition Causes and Treatments

Our skin is covered by tens of thousands of tiny hair follicles.  These microscopic glands are often referred to as pores and for sometimes unknown reasons, they become over-zealous and produce an over-abundance of cells.  The overproduction causes a blockage and the Sebum or oil that typically drains naturally to the skin surface (known as dirt) will become trapped inside and encourage germs to grow.  Acne OverviewThe result can be a microcomedone or acne lesion.

There is a distinction between the varying severity of acne cases and doctors agree that everyone’s experience is unique. For example, there can be moderate, severe or mild acne instances as well as inflammatory or non-inflammatory cases. The skin disruptions are often called pimples, blackheads, or blemishes. What constitutes acne over a typical flaw is the development of acne over a length of time and its continual reoccurrence. Also, acne pimples are known to cause scarring or leave behind red spots whereas a non-acne pimple will disappear as suddenly as it emerged leaving the skin unscathed as a result of its visit.

Interestingly, if the microcomedone unplugs and heals, they could become non-inflamed skin imperfections often called black or white heads.  A blackhead is not dirt as some suspect; rather it is oxidized due to a skin pigment that darkens it.  A whitehead typically appears as a white spot on the surface of the skin which may be invisible unless looked at under a microscope.

These types of skin imperfections can be easily managed, popped or allowed to dissipate naturally.  However, if the microcomedone doesn’t unplug and heal, the result can be inflammatory acne.  The symptoms of acne can be painful and frustrating and includes pustules, lesions, inflamed bumps, and inflamed skin. In fact, acne goes hand in hand with inflamed skin and the soreness and red appearance associated with acne is widely known.

While there is no one cause of acne and several varied opinions as to what causes acne, the consensus seems to be a host of components. These influences include fluctuations in hormones (pregnancy, puberty and menopause), diet choices, evolution, inadequate vitamin levels, and the impact of stress on the body.

If you suffer from acne and wonder what can be done to ease your symptom, you’re not alone.  In fact, acne is one of the most common skin complaints of teenagers with approximately 20 out of about 100 teens experiencing mild to severe acne at one time during puberty.  Acne is also known to appear suddenly in adults during times of hormone fluctuations such as pregnancy or menopause.

The good news is that you don’t have to tolerate acne alone – you can utilize the experience of companies who make quality acne treatments to support you on your journey to acne-free skin. For example, Theresienol is an Austrian company that produces a pure and organic 100% natural skin treatment made from ingredients such as plant-based substances and particular animal fats. The unique combination of wholesome ingredients only found in Tyrol, Austria, can help alleviate acne symptoms. Don’t get discouraged about acne – with a little patience and some support; you too can have clearer and healthy skin.


Monday, 4 April 2016

The Itch Factor of Eczema – More than Your Average Rash

BLOGeczemapostIf you’ve ever been in the middle of something and felt the familiar sensation of the itchy skin, you know how frustrating the unavoidable desire to scratch an itch somewhere on your skin at an inopportune moment can be. Having dry, itchy skin can be unpleasant, and the symptoms can usually lessen with the use an over the counter product, but dealing with a condition known as eczema can be overwhelming.

Eczema is a chronic inflammatory skin disease.  Also referred to as atopic dermatitis. Eczema’s name is derived from a Greek word meaning to fizz, bubble, or foam over. Characterized by an uncomfortable rash that is itchy and often red, eczema and can appear in different areas of the body. Some folks have the rash all over their bodies while others see the condition appear on the face, cheeks, chin, neck wrists and ankles, and inside the crease of areas that bend such as the elbows and behind the knees.

The rash can present differently for everyone with some sufferers reporting an itch so severe they scratch the skin until it bleeds in an attempt to cure what itches.  People have commented that the symptoms flare up depending on factors that include environmental, mental and physical. Eczema can afflict both children and adults, with a consensus that the symptoms include dry, red and itchy skin exacerbated by the scratching (eczema/atopic-dermatitis).

If you suffer from eczema, you are not alone.  Millions of people all over the world are afflicted with this seditious condition. Also, eczema and many other allergies appear to be on the rise. For example, eczema is much more widespread today than it was decades ago, particularly in children. What is the cause of this reported increase in eczema cases? There is speculation that elements such as poor diet, mental stress and environmental issues such as pollution encourage the rashes popping up in children and adults.

The positive note is there are many ways to treat the symptoms of eczema. As with most inflammatory skin disorders, there are effective medicinal treatments to help ease and manage the symptoms.  For example, there are corticosteroid creams to mediate the itching, drugs prescribed to ward off infection as well as medications you can take that affect your immune system, thereby easing the inflammation.  Also, there are oral medications and anti-itch drugs as well.

If you seek an alternative treatment, you can try relaxation techniques, behavior modification or biofeedback, light therapy, moist dressing packs as well as stress treatments such as acupuncture. There are also innovative companies who have created outstanding skin care products to lessen the severity of eczema symptoms, and provide an effective topical treatment for eczema. For example, Theresiensol is an Austrian company that offers a host of wellness products online. They’ve created a variety of topical skin products that not only nurture, but have a calming effect. Theresiensol’s all-natural oil has been praised for a natural remedy and a miraculous way to treat eczema by easing symptoms, reducing scars and inhibiting itching.

The key to managing your eczema symptoms is to find a treatment that works for you.  Whether you choose a traditional or alternative therapy, remember that you are not alone and have several options available to you.


Thursday, 10 March 2016

The 4-Step Burn Treatment Home Remedy That Works with Any Burn Relief Ointment

Burns are among the most common of household injuries. Burns include everything from cooking without caution and splashing yourself with hot oil, to knocking over a candle and singeing the hair on the side of your arm. They are just a part of everyday life. But regardless of the circumstance, you should give your burn immediate medical attention. Since most burns do not require hospitalization, there are many burn treatment home remedies that can be effective. Depending on the severity of your burn, it may be necessary to acquire a burn relief ointment to relieve the pain and reduce eventual scarring.

When it comes to treating burns, it is important to diagnose your burn before selecting the appropriate burn treatment home remedy. But regardless of your specific burn or the burn relief ointment you choose, these four steps will effectively reduce your recovery time.

1. Determine whether or not you need to be hospitalized

A majority of household burns qualify as first degree burns, indicated by a tender area of red skin. If that is all you see, you should be fine. If the area is blistery and looks as though it will require a bandage, hospitalization should be considered. If the area is relatively small and the blister doesn’t seem very deep, it is probably just a minor second-degree burn. But if the wound looks deep or covers a large surface area, do not rely on burn treatment home remedies or burn relief ointments. Get to a hospital!

2. Rinse the burn in lukewarm water

This step is fairly simple and self-explanatory: run some lukewarm water over the wounded area. This will provide temporary relief from the pain and will also clean the wound if there is any risk of infection. It is important to note that lukewarm water will be better for a burn than cold water, which victims tend to crave right when the burn occurs. Cold water can feel nice in the moment, but can worsen symptoms in the long run.

3. Apply Burn Relief Ointment

There are a number of burn relief ointments on the market. Depending on the nature of your burn and your specific medical preferences, any of the following could be good options:

Antiseptic Cream: The purpose of antiseptic cream is to dress the wound to prevent potential infection, rather like rinsing it. This is the most common burn relief ointment and can be bought over the counter as Neosporin (Johnson & Johnson).

Tea Tree Oil: This could be considered the all-natural alternative to Neosporin. The purpose of tea tree oil is also to cleanse the wound to reduce the possibility of infection. Remember when using tea tree oil to dilute it with water.

Aloe Vera: One of the most common skin ointments of any kind. Completely natural and very effective as a skin moisturizer that aids regeneration. As a result, applying aloe can significantly reduce scarring.

Theresienol: This over the counter burn relief ointment is possibly the most effective because it is a natural cleansing therapeutic oil noted for aiding skin regeneration, reducing scarring, and preventing infection.

4. Bandage the wound

Depending on how deep the burn is, this step may not be necessary. But any sensitive skin is better off shielded. And if you applied burn relief ointment, the bandage will ensure the cream remains intact. It is important to redo the bandage on your burn every day to make sure it remains sanitary and secure.

Sources: topic-overview for-minor-burns-and-wounds


Monday, 7 March 2016

Improvement in Acne

I am 60 years old and still have acne breakout due to Chron’s disease. I have tried every product in stores and on line. I bought the Theresienol oil and dabbed it on a large pimple. The Theresienöl oil took the redness out in 1 day and the pimple was totally gone in 3 days. What an amazing product! I feel blessed and not embarrassed to go out in public. Thank you for making Theresienöl oil available and at such an amazing price!!

Holly K.

**All details about this incident were confirmed by Theresienöl North America and evaluated as absolutely correct, accurately reported, verifiable and truthful.


Improvement in Pores and Wrinkles

I love the Deep Impact Skin Care Crème. I have had microdermabrasion, peels, and tried many products from stores and on line. This product in 5 DAYS has made an improvement in my large pore size and wrinkles. AMAZING! I am telling all my friends, they have to try it and they won’t be disappointed…….Thanks

Holly K.

Before (left) After 5 Days (right)

Before (left) After 5 Days (right)



**All details about this incident were confirmed by Theresienöl North America and evaluated as absolutely correct, accurately reported, verifiable and truthful.


Tuesday, 9 February 2016

A “Miraculous” European Therapeutic Skin Oil Now Available in North America

As one of Europe’s top therapeutic oils, Theresienol has been used for centuries to help with burns, bruises, dry skin, and other skin problems. Now the Austrian therapeutic oil that has been described as “miraculous” and has been blessed by the Vatican is available in the U.S. and throughout North America for the first time.

Theresienol, also available as a lotion, massage oil, or sachet, can be purchased at Its offerings include both first aid and beauty products.

The oil includes 100-percent natural ingredients found only in Tyrol, Austria. These include specific natural and organic ingredients, and the special combination has made it impossible to reproduce synthetically.

“We are excited to show North America the amazing results that Theresienol can achieve on all skin types, for a variety of skin issues,” said an Theresienol North America executive.

Doctors, pharmacists, and top European athletes have used Theresienol for burns, sunburns, dry skin, bruises, and other damaged tissue. It also can help fade scars, reduce itching and more.

In addition, Theresienol was blessed by the Vatican in 2009. Rector Msgr. Dr. Franz Xaver Brandmayer, in his letter of blessing, called Theresienol a “precious gift.”

North America can experience what Europe has known since the year 1350. The unique therapeutic oil was created specifically to ease skin ailment and finally more people around the world can experience its one-of-a-kind benefits.

About Theresienol

Theresienol therapeutic oil has been used since the year 1350 to treat wounds and skin issues in Europe. Created from a special combination of natural and organic ingredients found only in Tyrol, Austria, Theresienol has been called a “miracle cure” for its use on skin issues. Now one of Europe’s top therapeutic oils, Theresienol recently became available in the North American market.

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