FAQ

Is this a drug?

No. It was developed using the same criteria as if it was a drug. Pure without toxins. Trace metals less than 9 parts per billion.

Is this a Nutraceutical?

Yes. It was developed using the same criteria as if it was a drug. Pure without toxins. Trace metals less than 9 parts per billion.

Is this formula safe?

Yes. See page on safety. CLICK HERE

Is the A-Cosmetic solution effective?

Yes. See page on about us. CLICK HERE

Is this sold only on the Internet?

It is not in stores at present time.

If I buy with my credit card will I be automatically billed monthly?

No you will not have subsequent automatic monthly billings. One bottle of our solution usually is the solution.

Can I buy a second bottle?

Yes.  One bottle is usually enough.  However, you may with a subsequent purchase to sustain your skin health in severe conditions.

Do you know if daily use over a few months is sufficient?

It has been for the early adopters. However some users may want to continue use to insure skin health.

Do I have to stop my present treatments?

Not necessarily. A-Cosmetic may be used in addition to present treatments, except those on the skin that may cause a barrier to A-Cosmetic’s penetration.

Should I contact my health care provider before using A-Cosmetic?

Yes. It is always best to be under a physician’s care and consul.

Will it leave a residue on my face?

Not one that is visible.

May I use a skin moisturizer?

Yes in some cases, the alcohol in the formulation may dry your skin and the addition of a moisturizer in the morning may be helpful.

How can I know my skin will not be too sensitive for your solution?

The best test is to put a small patch test on your forearm or leg and wait an hour to see if your are too sensitive.

Is this a drug?

No. It was developed using the same criteria as if it was a drug. Pure without toxins. Trace metals less than 9 parts per billion.

Is this a Nutraceutical?

Yes. It was developed using the same criteria as if it was a drug. Pure without toxins. Trace metals less than 9 parts per billion.

Is this formula safe?

Yes. See page on safety. CLICK HERE

Is the A-Cosmetic solution effective?

Yes. See page on about us. CLICK HERE

Is this sold only on the Internet?

It is not in stores at present time.

If I buy with my credit card will I be automatically billed monthly?

No you will not have subsequent automatic monthly billings. One bottle of our solution usually is the solution.

Can I buy a second bottle?

Yes.  One bottle is usually enough.  However, you may with a subsequent purchase to sustain your skin health in severe conditions.

Do you know if daily use over a few months is sufficient?

It has been for the early adopters. However some users may want to continue use to insure skin health.

Do I have to stop my present treatments?

Not necessarily. A-Cosmetic may be used in addition to present treatments, except those on the skin that may cause a barrier to A-Cosmetic’s penetration.

Should I contact my health care provider before using A-Cosmetic?

Yes. It is always best to be under a physician’s care and consul.

Will it leave a residue on my face?

Not one that is visible.

May I use a skin moisturizer?

Yes in some cases, the alcohol in the formulation may dry your skin and the addition of a moisturizer in the morning may be helpful.

How can I know my skin will not be too sensitive for your solution?

The best test is to put a small patch test on your forearm or leg and wait an hour to see if your are too sensitive.

REFERENCES: A-Cosmetic

Nielsen JB. Natural Oils Affect the Human Skin Integrity and the Percutaneous Penetration of Benzoic Acid Dose-Dependently. Basic & Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology 2006, 98, 575–581. (peppermint oil best at 5% as in our Loma Linda studies)

Chen, J.; Jiang, Q.-D.; Wu, Y.-M.; Liu, P.; Yao, J.-H.; Lu, Q.; Zhang, H.; Duan, J.-A. Potential of Essential Oils as Penetration Enhancers for Transdermal Administration of Ibuprofen to Treat Dysmenorrhoea. Molecules2015, 20, 18219-18236. (Essential oil assists in skin penetration)

Olitzky, I. (1965), Antimicrobial properties of a propylene glycol based topical therapeutic agent. J. Pharm. Sci., 54: 787-788. doi:10.1002/jps.2600540528. (Propylene glycol has antibiotic properties)
Li X, Wang X, Chen D, Chen S. Access Antioxidant Activity and Mechanism of Protocatechuic Acid in vitro. Functional Foods in Health and Disease 2011; 7:232-244. (10 times more powerful than vitamin E)

Park J, Lee B, Choi H, Kim W, Kim H-J, Cheong H. Antithrombosis activity of protocatechuic and shikimic acids from functional plant Pinus densiflora Sieb. et Zucc needles. Journal of Natural Medicines. July 2016, Volume 70, Issue 3, pp 492–501. (PCA has blood thinning effect)