Acne Launch this Week

6/11/2019: Finally, the web site and the product are in place. It is at It has been issued an US patent; 10, 265, 285: Antimicrobials and the methods of use thereof. April 23, 2019. The patent claims specifically identify this new way to treat acne.

It is safe and effective as confirmed in human studies at Loma Linda Medical School. This formulation was discovered while scientifically searching for a skin disinfectant to control acne, a new problem in shoulder surgical site infections.

The causes of facial acne are complex, but the one common denominator is the bacteria Propionibacterium acnes that resides deep under the skin surface. A-Cosmetic penetrates the skin to attack this bacteria.

A-Cosmetic has four active ingredients; protocatechuate, rubbing alcohol, propylene glycol and an essential oil from grapefruit skins. All ingredients in this patented formulation have skin penetrating properties. Skin penetration is necessary as the bug for acne resides deep in the skin; in the hair follicles and the sebaceous glands. Most existing skin disinfectants treat only the surface. Therefore they do not control acne. A-Cosmetic penetrates down to the home of the acnes bug.

The ingredients are safe. Protocatechuic acid, a.k.a. protocatechuate is FDA approved for ingestion as a food flavoring supplement. The other ingredients are FDA listed a Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS). All ingredients are considered safe by FDA published standards.

The A-Cosmetic formulation was developed as one would a drug; meeting all the pre-clinical criteria. Unfortunately, the cost to continue that avenue to clinical surgical disinfectant market was not attractive to any pharmaceutical company. We know, because major Pharma rejected the proposal for these reasons; long time and high cost of FDA regulations. They projected the FDA drug regulation route would involve 10 years and more than 10 million dollars. Therefore, we chose the nutraceutical route to the market for A-Cosmetic.

It is legal to market a nutraceutical or plant derived material, providing the claims in the labeling do not say that it makes a diagnosis or treats any disease. Our labeling and web site are carefully worded to conform to these regulations. You can see that we want to conform to the law and medical ethics.

Unfortunately, the present treatment of acne often involves the long term use of systemic antibiotics. Dermatologists wish there was another way. There is, A-Cosmetic. The nutraceutical marketing route provides a means of ethically meeting this medical, humanitarian and societal need for the treatment of facial acne. It is reported that 50 million Americans are afflicted.

A-Cosmetic is ready for delivery. For a short-time there is a FREE introductory offer. Put in the code Thanx and it will come to you at no charge. This offer will end soon. Let us know how it worked using before and after photographs. See such photographs on the comment page on the web site.