The most common ailments of our largest skin organ are itching, dryness, various types of inflammatory changes, acne, rosacea, psoriasis, vitiligo (1). Eczema is also known as a type of inflammatory skin disease or dermatitis. The most common form of eczema is atopic dermatitis and contact dermatitis.

Atopic Dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis is an inflammatory chronic skin disease that is increasingly present in modern society. Mostly children and young adults get sick, even though sometimes this disease continues into old age. It is characterized by dry skin, redness, and itching, and is most often of allergic origin. Bioresonance offers a solution. At Valera Vita, our first step is to conduct a thorough analysis with the goal of discovering the cause. We test all loads, intolerances, and allergies. With a personalized approach, Valera Vita treatments are designed to help you restore your beautiful and healthy skin.


Contact Dermatitis

Contact dermatitis is a form of eczema that most often occurs after exposure to certain substances that cause an allergic reaction. Symptoms include unbearable itching, redness, swelling, and cracking of the skin from irritation by scratching. The approach of the Valera Vita center is a detailed analysis, detection of blockages and loads, and consequently a set of treatments to eliminate the problem.



Neurodermatitis is accompanied by symptoms such as skin sores, dryness, and classic allergic symptoms (2). Preservatives, additives, dyes, and all kinds of plastics in our food and environment harm our immune system (3). BICOM analysis easily detects allergies and targeted Valera Vita treatments solve the problem. The client receives instructions on how to adjust their diet and protect themselves from new problems. Treatments are individual.



Acne is a sign of intoxication, blood stasis or some imbalance in the body (4). Depending on which part of the body they erupt, we can know which organ is affected by the disorder.



Forehead → Intestines

Cheeks → Lungs and chest

Nose → Heart

Jaw → Kidneys

Shoulders → Digestive system

Chest → Heart and lungs

Upper back → Lungs

Around the mouth → Reproduction system

Although acne occurs mainly in puberty, they are also common in adulthood. Acnes can be caused by a hormonal imbalance that stimulates the sebaceous glands to secrete more sebum (4). Another cause of acne is a poor diet. Traces of sebum sometimes remain trapped in clogged skin pores and such tissue attracts bacteria that cause inflammation and the appearance of acne (5). If your internal excretory system is weakened and you eat plenty of fatty and/or refined foods, there is a chance that you will have a lot of acnes (5).

In the Valera Viti BICOM food intolerance test, we will find out what foods your body does not tolerate, what loads you have in your body (fungi, parasites, bacteria, viruses, heavy metals), and what your hormonal status is. After that, treatments are created depending on what your analysis showed in order to cleanse the body and bring it back into balance.

  • Drink plenty of clean, filtered water (6-8 glasses a day). Water is important for keeping the skin moist and for the process of excreting toxins through the kidneys and colon (6).
  • Keep your diet high in fiber because regular bowel movements speed up the removal of waste from your body (7).
  • Make sure your diet contains enough antioxidants that slow down cell aging (fresh fruits and vegetables) (8).
  • Properly combine foods by separating proteins and carbohydrates
  • Essential fatty acids are essential for skin health (whole grains, seeds, nuts, cold-pressed oils…) (9)
  • As soon as you get up, start the day with a mini cleanser: drink a glass of warm water with a little freshly squeezed lemon. (10) (10)
  • Avoid excessive amounts of caffeine or alcohol as they cause dehydration. (11) (11)
  • Reduce your salt intake because excess sodium in the body causes bloating and swelling. (12) (12)
  • Reduce your intake of food that causes impactions. The most common are red meat, dairy products, refined food, fried food, and other dishes that contain hydrogenated oils or fats. (13) (13)
  • Apply honey three times a week on the face or anywhere on the skin, leave it for 30 minutes, then rinse with warm water. Your skin will be soft, flexible, young, and nourished. (13) (13)
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  2. Quality of life of patients with neurodermatitis, 2013, Jin-Gang An 1, Yan-Ting Liu, Sheng-Xiang Xiao, Jun-Min Wang, Song-Mei Geng, Ying-Ying Dong
  3. Nutrition and immune system disorders, 2017, Bricia López Plaza 1, Laura María Bermejo López
    Interaction between food antigens and the immune system: Association with autoimmune disorders, 2020, Aristo Vojdani 1, Lydia R Gushgari 2, Elroy Vojdani 3
  4. Acne vulgaris, 2012, Hywel C Williams 1, Robert P Dellavalle, Sarah Garner

Models for acne: A comprehensive study, 2018, Indu Lata Kanwar 1, Tanweer Haider 1, Anju Kumari 1, Sandeep Dubey 1, Priyanka Jain 1, Vandana Soni 1

  1. Diet in pathogenesis of acne vulgaris, 2017, Katarzyna Ozdarska 1, Karolina Osucha 2, Stepan Savitskyi 2, Jacek Malejczyk 2, Ryszard Galus
    Influence of diet in acne vulgaris and atopic dermatitis, 2016, Divya Shokeen 1
    Significance of diet in treated and untreated acne vulgaris, 2016, Alicja Kucharska 1, Agnieszka Szmurło 1, Beata Sińska 1
  2. Skin hydration and hydrating products, 2018, H Duplan 1, T Nocera 2
  3. Fiber and prebiotics: mechanisms and health benefits, 2013, Joanne Slavin
    High-Fiber Diet Might Protect Against Range of Conditions, 2019, Rita Rubin
  4. Antioxidants in food: content, measurement, significance, action, cautions, caveats, and research needs, 2014, Iris F F Benzie 1, Siu-Wai Choi 2
    Role of oxidative stress and antioxidants in daily nutrition and human health, 2017,

Geir Bjørklund 1, Salvatore Chirumbolo 2

  1. Discovery of essential fatty acids, 2015, Arthur A Spector 1, Hee-Yong Kim 1
  2. 100% citrus juice: Nutritional contribution, dietary benefits, and association with anthropometric measures, 2017, Gail C Rampersaud 1, M Filomena Valim 2
  3. Mechanism of Dehydration Following Alcohol Ingestion, 1963, KATHLEEN E. ROBERTS, MD
  4. Is too much salt harmful? Yes, 2020, Róbert Agócs 1, Dániel Sugár 1, Attila J Szabó 2 3
  5. Honey in dermatology and skin care: a review, 2013, Bruno Burlando 1, Laura Cornara
    Honey: A Therapeutic Agent for Disorders of the Skin, 2016, Pauline McLoone 1, Afolabi Oluwadun 2, Mary Warnock 3, Lorna Fyfe 3
    Honey: A realistic antimicrobial for disorders of the skin, 2016, Pauline McLoone 1, Mary Warnock 2, Lorna Fyfe 3
    Role of honey in modern medicine, 2017, Sultan Ayoub Meo 1, Saleh Ahmad Al-Asiri 2, Abdul Latief Mahesar 3, Mohammad Javed Ansari 4

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