Acne Treatment comments Archive 1

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Anna :P November 9, 2011 at 12:42 PM
thanks it really helps that people put blogs on i have my acne for over 2 and half years and i would really get rid of it ,without using any medicine i have some scars already, but i hope it will be better in a 3 months or so

Kate November 30, 2012 at 9:31 PM
This blog was very helpful with my acne

Anonymous December 7, 2012 at 5:54 PM
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definitive site December 11, 2012 at 8:16 PM
Among the very worst things a teenager can deal with would be rampant and out of control acne. Sadly, many teenagers do have to deal with the presence of acne during a very sensitive time in their life when they are self-conscious about everything.

Tommy Wheinfield December 29, 2012 at 4:51 PM
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rosacea treatment January 21, 2013 at 4:00 AM
Acne is really a very bad issue. Its effecting everyone all over the world. Teenagers feel real bad while dealing with it. I hope u have had a Good ending for a sad beginning. Good Luck

AmeliaFebruary 6, 2013 at 12:23 AM
My acne scars are so noticeable! How long does it take to become unnoticeable? And when does it completely heal?
Thanks! acne controlled

Anonymous May 14, 2013 at 1:50 PM
I sympathize with you that having acne is really something difficult to handle especially when it takes too long treat it. Good thing you have it healed. –

Megan Henderson May 23, 2013 at 7:58 AM
The worst side effect of having acne is not being able to feel comfortable going out into the public.

Sarah's Adventures July 5, 2013 at 10:09 PM
Acne has controlled my life since I was a teenager. I have tried everything under the moon to cure and it keeps coming back! I am now trying the Paleo diet and I use coconut oil on my skin instead of lotion Acne Advice

Eco BagsJuly 25, 2012 at 4:15 AM
Thanks for such a knowledgeable post. All the points are very clearly defined. Whole work is appreciable.

clear skin tips January 8, 2013 at 2:29 A
These chemicals put a burden on the liver whose job it is to remove hormones from the body. When the body can't get rid of hormones properly they go around the body telling your oil glands to produce and secrete more oil than necessary.

Elm Baby January 23, 2013 at 4:55 AM
Nice!! Thanks for providing great information..
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Craig Med January 23, 2013 at 4:46 PM
I've been down the same road as you. Learning how to control acne can be really tough. I think eating healthy is the biggest cure of all. I really love your story, thanks for sharing!

Anonymous June 17, 2013 at 9:25 AM
Eu precisei de ajuda de um psicologo para passar por essa fase complicada,a minha começou com 11 anos,entrando na adolescência,Muito complicado lidar com isso,quando tu entra na adolescência já é complicado,tu já acha tudo novo e diferente,teu corpo muda,e a acne foi me deixando sozinha,pois eu comecei a me afastar de tudo e de todos.Quando fiz 14 anos tentei coisas terrível contra minha própria vida! Hoje tenho 17 anos,ainda continuo o tratamento com a acne,e o acompanhamento com o psicologo também,minha psicologa já é uma amiga,pois convivo com ele por anos :D Hoje estou muito bem comigo mesma,estudo,vou a festas,tenho muitos amigos e um namorado maravilhoso. Hoje sim estou feliz!

Abed Nadier July 9, 2013 at 10:06 AM
Thank you for that post! My acne wasn't horrible in high school but as soon as I started going to college it just got worse! It's literally the biggest self confidence buster I've ever had. I've tried all the store bought creams and gels but I've been looking into going into a Dermatologist to see what he would recommend. Does anyone know of a good dermatologist in the Phoenix, AZ area?

Alan Abraham September 7, 2013 at 12:08 AM
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Anonymous December 3, 2012 at 2:01 PM
Thats amazing =) Thank you!

Joseph Belgrave December 4, 2012 at 8:35 AM
Diet is a key factor in acne


Alice's Corner February 2, 2013 at 4:57 PM
diet may be a key factor in acne but not for everyone, I know people who cured their acny by changing their diet, but for me it didn’t work very well - sure it helped to some extend but I've only cured my acne after using retinoids and mandelic acid along with completely changed skincare routine

Veronica February 9, 2013 at 1:29 PM
I have acne since I was 12 years old and tried almost everything. About a year ago I started to change my diet... and my skin get better and better. I cut off diary, sweets and sugar and eat almost gluten - free. My skin isn't perfect today, because I'm almost sure it's hormonal acne, but it's way better. I try to create a more healthier lifestyle, with healthy diet and exercise and I hope, someday I can cure this shit :)
Have a nice day guys, I hope you all get rid of your acne!:)

Anonymous March 3, 2013 at 4:14 AM
Thanks! for sharing your experience, sorry but very little English. My story is like yours, now I follow a gluten free diet. Many diseases can be cured through food, for scars is recommended cleaning purifying food for three days, once your organism is clean, overnight urine can place their scars, and believe it or not it sounds stupid , your skin will clear up the scars heal. I recommend performing tests on his liver, bilirubin, on cholesterol.

Amy March 9, 2013 at 3:29 AM
I am not sure that diet causes acne but it’s very effective on entire skin. It’s important to eat healthy food to improve the skin health but in my case diet was not the main factor for acne. Anyway this is a great article. Best regards

Anonymous March 19, 2013 at 7:53 AM
I would like to tell you that you have got lots of patience and also let you know that everyone knows their body well. It's obvious that what you eat will be seen on your face and body. And I liked the way you knew your body and followed your body's responses and reactions. Very useful and informative post.

Anonymous August 22, 2013 at 3:15 PM
I quit all dairy products, and started taking 30mg Zinc Picolinate daily and my acne vanished after years of suffering. I feel like a new man.

CarolAugust 22, 2013 at 8:34 PM
Fantastic way to get rid of acne permanently. Yeah, watching your diet is also crucial. I like reading a personal experience on fighting acne like this. You actually have put it all together here. Nice theories! keep it up. :)

Violet Bailey May 6, 2012 at 8:41 AM
Making use of an acne blue light has become a very reliable treatment method and if you have the cash, its really the ultimate approach to treat your acne.


Krystal Rose June 16, 2012 at 5:18 AM
I tried using blue light but it doesn't seem to work for me :(

I think I might give this diet a go, thanks for sharing! :)

Anonymous July 28, 2013 at 3:36 PM
HA that shit doesn't work, take that for someone whose been on accutane and done that as well

Anonymous July 7, 2012 at 3:58 PM
Thank you so much for sharing this! I'm 32 now and my problem started also when I was 17 and has never stopped since. I get huge cysts on my face, especially my chin, mostly re-appearing at the same places. I've been living a nightmare and my hopes were always crushed after everything I tried all this years, now 16 years altogether. I'm quite petite and have a small face, sometimes my cysts look like the biggest feature on my face. Although I have nice features and beautiful hair, I've always felt ugly and dirty and my skiing is always red and pealing from all the anti-acne chemicals I've been applying that never really work anyway. My skin, apart from that is really nice and delicate in the places where I don't normally get acne, like my cheeks and nose, it's smooth and not rough at all, so it's a total contrast, I confuse people with my looks, I'm delicate yet I have huge red volcanoes on my chin and forehead.
This gave me hope, you gave me hope, I'm gluten free from now on and I'll try to follow this diet. I pray that it helps!
Thank you!!!

benefits of honey August 5, 2012 at 12:51 PM
Great story! Aside from that, i think using some natural products like honey can also help. Here's how:

1.)Make a mixture that consists of three teaspoons of honey and one teaspoon of cinnamon.

2.)Apply the mixture on your face before going to bed and then wash your face with clean water the next morning. If you want to get rid of an annoying pimple just before going out you can use this simple but efficient remedy: mix half a mug of warm water with 1/4 teaspoon of salt, then with the help of a cotton ball apply the mixture directly on the problematic area; press the area with the help of the cotton ball for several minutes, in order to moisture it; with the help of another clean cotton ball, apply honey on the irritated area for about ten minutes and then remove it with gently by using a dry, clean towel.


Anonymous July 28, 2013 at 3:39 PM
I know it's a chemical but if you open up a liquid alieve and dab a little on a cyst it goes down VERY quickly in size. It doesn't cure the problem internally but it helps

AGreenhill September 24, 2012 at 9:44 AM
I found this page while searching the internet to see if anybody else has found a link between gluten and acne. Not because I'm trying to make my skin better, but because my skin became clearer than it has ever been and the only change I've had recently is going (almost, not entirely) gluten free.

It really is amazing. Interesting that others have seen this too. Interesting that dermatologists don't know about it.


Anonymous October 27, 2013 at 6:04 AM
Dermatologists do know about it but they are supporting the pharmaceutical, big fish to make more money off of drugs. I spent more than 10 yrs on buying acne cream gel and nothing helped. I just started the gluten free and dairy free diet and I can already see the result :)

Jordan November 5, 2012 at 8:53 AM
Thanks for sharing! This is a great article. My little sister is battling acne right now. We have been looking for a good az dermatologist but it has been pretty hard to find one. How do you find a good one? Do you have any suggestions? Thanks for your help!

Rosie November 29, 2012 at 5:45 AM

Good info for the acne. And should one do to get rid off it..

Thanks for sharing..

Joseph Belgrave December 4, 2012 at 8:22 AM
That is so true if the pharmaceutical companies make
a cure for acne they will be no acne market to profit from.

Marti Rowell December 7, 2012 at 8:40 PM
Your story is very touching. I have tried everything for my acne, and nothing will help clear it. Right now I'm trying the baking soda mask and a prescription skin cream an it’s starting to clear up, but I'm. Trying not to get my hopes up because it usually re-flares. I think I am going to try your diet suggestions & see if it will help my acne. It couldn't possibly make it worse (knock on wood!).
Thank you for sharing your story, I think it’s a touchy, embarrassing subject so it’s nice to find positive support.

Marti Rowell December 7, 2012 at 8:41 PM
Thanks for the suggestions! I'm going to try it & hopefully get results!

Marti Rowell December 7, 2012 at 8:53 PM
I'm going to take the month long challenge and try your diet, I'm willing to try anything to rid myself of these horrible blemishes!

Anonymous December 20, 2012 at 8:26 AM
Drink water as much as you can. It is the basic need of your body than other diets.

Anonymous December 29, 2012 at 6:41 AM
i have been doing low-carb high-protein diet(which means that i can eat meat, fish, vegetables and a few specific nuts) for the last 2 months. I had moderate acne on face and body and seborrheic dermatitis on face and scalp. After 2 months on gluten-free diet both acne and seb derm are dramatically reduced. Needless to say I’m thrilled. Now the hardest part is to maintain this type of diet.


Anonymous July 28, 2013 at 3:41 PM
It's SO hard! I'm on the same kind of diet, it's kind of in-livable in today's society especially going out and trying to enjoy life. Oh the prices we pay

the new body January 3, 2013 at 11:33 AM
Great review you have shared on skin care. Thanks for sharing such useful information.

Anonymous January 16, 2013 at 8:58 PM
I have been struggling with acne since I was 19. After giving birth to my first child when I was 28 I dealt with a host of health conditions. I incorrectly believed my problems were caused from gluten. Less than 48 hours ago I stopped consuming milk and any dairy products. My skin looks better already. It's less greasy, black heads are disappearing, no new pimples!!!

Anonymous January 21, 2013 at 3:20 PM
What a great story! My 9 yr old son is battling acne and I am so sad for him. He is prescribed Retin A but it’s just not working. How can a 9 yr old have bad acne at his age? Trying to explain it to him is heartbreaking. I have thought about taking milk out of his diet? I will try anything. I just don't know how much of the diet I can put on a 9 year old who loves cereal with milk and chocolate milk.


Anonymous August 20, 2013 at 11:46 AM
My acne started when I was nine! Obviously not hormonal - you mention chocolate milk, one of the reasons simple carbohydrates are bad is because they break down into sugars easily and cause a sugar rush - try cereal without chocolate milk! Stop drinking fizzy drinks like coke, try brown bread instead of white and cereals like shreddies and weetabix instead of frosties and cocoa pops. Fewer saturated fats can help too, so fewer crisps, chocolate, takeout meals etc; I don't know your life style, I'm just making a few suggestions based on what I know. Hope it helps!

Anonymous January 29, 2013 at 9:23 PM
First I want to say "Thank You" to the man that posted this blog on the internet.. you truly charged my life. I will be 20 in a month and have had very bad acne/cysts for a good 6 years now. Ive been on all meds (Accutane included)/face washes/creams. Everything! I started being gluten free about two months ago. It was the hardest thing I've ever done! My acne really started to go away just after 3 weeks though! I was amazed. The past two weeks I have been slacking a bit, eating bread, crackers. Never a lot ( so I think I’ll be fine) but I'm getting big cysts again. Reading this blog has really helped me stay on track. I am so thankful for it! I am definitely not giving up, I will not let this control my life!


Anonymous October 27, 2013 at 5:58 AM
My dermatologist tried to convince me to go on Accutane but I am so glad I refused to take Accutane. After seeing a Naturopath, I went on this diet as well, gluten free, dairy free diet. My 3rd day and I feel great and I don't notice any new acne. My doctor also wants me to focus on supporting the liver after all those acne treatment as it damages liver. I don't let this control my life either.

Anonymous January 31, 2013 at 7:05 AM
Im also a male 35yo. Had acne since teenager, but has cleared from time to time. Last few years has been hell. The worse its ever been. I had just stopped an almost complete protein only diet, and i was looking and feeling my best ever then. So cut a long story short - just figured it was gluten after cutting out those food. Its getting better, face feels like a baby's bum. So will start dermaroller soon to make it look better after gluten war on my face.

Ranjana Rani February 25, 2013 at 10:34 AM
Acne is a common cosmetic condition where the skin develops areas with red color, blackheads, pimples and zits. I am affected acne. I am try to solve my acne problem in your post. Your post very helpful for me. Thanks

Paul March 4, 2013 at 4:13 PM
Really enjoyed the article and agree that your diet does have an impact on your acne. The biggest problem I have is I like exercising but it caused my acne to become very red, the only way i could combat this is to wear natural fabrics that are loose garments as they are likely to cause less friction.

best acne treatment March 15, 2013 at 11:41 PM
That is so true if the pharmaceutical companies make
a cure for acne they will be no acne market to profit from.

Kat Stottler April 11, 2013 at 12:33 AM
I have suffered on and off from moderate to severe acne. It seems I've gone through many phases in life and the common factor is weight loss=less acne/no acne. I haven't made a super connection to the diet, i believed more that the skinnier i get the more my face improves. i am now convinced that i just cannot have gluten like the average person and that my body cannot handle the sugars/soda/sweets like others-a year ago i had a dramatic face improvement when i completely erased bread/pasta/cereals out of my diet. i also dramatically decreased cow dairy- started buying soy milk (which i might add is not that bad at all) i consumed more vegetables, exercised more and water became my best friend. well in the last 4 months i have had a severe flare up....the common denominator is me spending more time with the boyfriend has lead to ....more gluten and more dairy which he consumes on a regular basis no problem...i ran to the derm office and demanded help- cystic acne flare, scars, pain and embarrassment of friends n family noticing the horror on my face kills me. they perscribed retin-a, clindamycin and again im on bactrim. its been almost 2 months on the meds...and im not seeing a dramatic improvement - after doing research tonight, trying to fix my frustration i have determined through reading so many articles....i have to stick to this 'clear skin' diet. i am allergic (in my own way) to these inflammation causing foods. i need to take a stand say no when someone offers me candy/sweets/gluten filled foods. no explaining a crazed diet to coworkers, no guilt, no dairy, no processed junk, no giving up. this is my face, and i don’t want to be burdened by this anymore, I’m doing this for me.
i know this is hard, I’ve fallen off the diet (for weight loss) band wagon before...but this weight loss plan has my skin at stake and i refuse to lose this time. im 25 yrs old, i have a boyfriend and id like to get married someday-have kids the whole works but i do not want the scars from acne to be there along the begins day 1.


Anonymous August 20, 2013 at 11:52 AM
Acne can be a symptom of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome - I'm no doc so please don't trust my word on this. I just went to the doctors today actually, and I was asking about the cause of the acne, and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome can cause acne and the cure is to basically keep your weight in check (your first comment less weight = less spots is what made me think of this) and I think you are more prone to spots along your jaw line.
I know nothing, but who knows, it might be worth a check with an actual doctor! Hope it helps!

Kathleen Le RoiJune 9, 2013 at 11:47 AM
Scientists discovered in 2003 that acne is an inflammatory process triggered by a deficit of linoleic fatty acids (omega 6) in the sebaceous glands due to a dilution effect when sebum production is high. The deficit is sensed by our innate immune cells. Then they alert the cells that line the walls of the sebum ducts inside the pores (keratinocytes). The later start reproducing more than before and in a way that makes them more compacted with each other. Sebum lacking omega 6’s becomes hardened and “punctures” the cells lining the walls of the ducts. Also the shear force of too much sebum outflow also “cuts or severs” some of those cells.

When the keratinocytes die in the normal process of cell renewal and regeneration they are sloughed off the walls of the ducts in large blocks that create the “horny plug” that blocks the flow of sebum to the surface. The pressure of sebum blocked “implodes” some of the cells lining the walls of the ducts. In blocked pores there is no oxygen and that not only kills more cells inside but also is the perfect environment for the acne bacteria that thrives without oxygen deep inside in the sebaceous glands, and then start colonizing all the duct, up the hair shaft. Their metabolic wastes “corrode” the cells lining the walls of the sebum ducts.

All those injuries need to be healed for acne to resolve. Killing bacteria is not enough.

Fortunately, medicine is shifting from poisoning the acne bacteria and moderating inflammation with antibiotics that may become useless when they are required for more urgent health issues to regenerative medicine where the discovery of the molecular events that are involved and affect the body’s immune system are at stake.

Regenerative medicine screens the natural world in search of soluble molecules, or attempt to replicate complex molecules in the laboratory that stimulate endogenous repair, and embark in gene therapy, stem cell transplantation, tissue engineering, and the reprogramming of cells and tissue types.
Regenerative medicine centered on human cells could become a disruptive technology because it would potentially replace a number of mayor macro molecular pharmaceuticals and medical prostheses.

In the meantime the good news is that the discovery of a naturally occurring skin care serum capable of supporting the immune system at the site of skin damage and stimulating endogenous repair is changing the outlook for those for which acne treatments have failed.

Janey HoodJune 10, 2013 at 11:08 AM

Thank you for this very interesting information.
I had acne for nearly forty years, and have recently fixed mine. I try to stick to an anti-inflammatory diet, but I also take mega dose vitamin c as sodium ascorbate, and finally I identified I had a low body temperature and fixed that. I did also have a number of minor ailments which accumulated over the years as a consequence of low body temperature, once I fixed it they too have started to disappear.
You can read this story on I will back link you.
Janey Hood

Anonymous June 24, 2013 at 11:58 AM
As a 25-year-old, I have suffered from acne since puberty -- the all-over-the-place bumpy kind. I was losing hope that this was a "phase" that would ever end on its own. I've always had confidence issues and going without makeup requires extreme amounts of courage.

After trying everything, like everyone else, I gave up milk because of some research I'd found on the cow hormones and antibiotics in it, and later became vegan for ethical reasons.

But it was only when I went gluten-free a couple of weeks ago that I have seen radically clear skin for multiple days in a row! Giving up gluten is the most effective thing I've ever done for my skin and it is incredibly exciting!



Anonymous August 18, 2013 at 8:37 AM

thank you, i can see that i really have to get rid of gluten...

Anonymous July 1, 2013 at 12:43 AM
I am very delighted with your blog here. Your story and advices motivates me in a lot of ways. I am also one of those people who are suffering acne, with your ideals on acne diet I think you are on the right track. I have tried many acne treatment before and still does not work so by this time I will try your way. Thanks for sharing this one!

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NathanAugust 6, 2013 at 3:13 PM
That's great you cleared it up, but I can't imagine how hard it is to live by that diet. I'm not sure I could do it.

Anonymous August 18, 2013 at 8:34 AM
THANK YOU <3 i didn't know that gluten might ALSO cause acne. i will definitely eliminate it. as for your other recommendations - i've been on such a diet for about 2 years now and it actually WORKS. plus i'm not eating meat. "you are what you eat" rule, that simple.

Anonymous September 6, 2013 at 3:43 AM
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remove dead skin cells and allow new skin develop. If possible cut out
all the junk food items like burgers, French fries, colas, donuts some other excessively fatty foods.

Anonymous September 12, 2013 at 11:57 AM
Thank you for this blog. I tried this and eliminated gluten and dairy from my diet for six months and within a week of elimination, my acne started to drastically improve. Not only did my face clear, but my blackheads (that I've had for 20 years!) finally started to go away! I now only wash my face with water and I save so much money not buying all the products and medications to treat acne--which never worked for me. I'm almost 40 years old and my acne got worse as I got older...until I eliminated gluten and dairy. Thanks again for this post!!

Puella September 23, 2013 at 3:10 AM
I partially agree on the milk-free diet. . I have found cow milk is somewhat of a culprit, but not goat milk. I am also fighting acne and I found this very interesting and relatable.

Kim October 5, 2013 at 6:23 AM
I like your blog, very interesting! I agree with you, dairy products and wheat are not for human. My question is about whole wheat products. Today it's organic food and we can find it in organic stores. Is it also bad for us? From diary I drink only yogurt without sugar. How about goat milk? It considered good for digestion. Am I wrong?

Anonymous November 25, 2013 at 9:56 PM
I do not drink cow milk I drink Almond Milk unsweetened but I do have cheese and Greek Chobani Plain yogurt. I will cut that out and see if I notice a change. I try to stay away from breads but I do eat organic gluten free crackers and gluten free tortilla chips

Niloufar February 5, 2014 at 9:51 PM
I believe diet is a really important factor in achieving clear skin. For myself personally ever since I cut out fast-food (McDonalds, KFC, Hungry Jacks) out of my diet I started seeing significant changes in my acne! Cutting out / lowering dairy intake had also SIGNIFICANTLY reduced my acne .Thank you for such a helpful post !

Daryl 17, 2014 at 1:48 PM
Hello my name is Daryl, I have had Acne since I was around the age of 15. It become worse around the age of 17. I tried many over the counter and prescribed medicines. The over the counter stuff worked for a limited amount of time and the prescribed medicine I took was accutanne. The accutane did work to cure my acne but I felt extremely unhealthy and also depressed. I was on it for about 10 years ranging from 40MG per day to 10MG per day. Recently I read that the Paleo diet helps to cure acne, so I tried it out and it worked fantastic. I also was praying to god for a solution and he really did show me one or at least helped me somehow read a blog on the Paleo diet. I've been following it as best as I can and within 2 months all of my acne has cleared up and I am no longer getting new acne. I have only gotten 1 pimple since. I would highly recommend the Paleo diet or something similar to what was mentioned on the Home page of this website. Foods that are high in starch can cause your sebum glands to produce in excess which causes Acne. Please spread the word I hope that more people find this! Thank you Daryl

AnonymousMarch 17, 2014 at 1:51 PM
Hello all I have suffered from Acne for over 15 years of my life. I've tried non prescribed methods and also Accutane. Accutane did work to clear up my skin but once I stopped taking it the acne would come back. Also it made me feel very unhealthy and depressed. I read a blog on the Paleo diet and facts that it helped to cure acne. So I tried it and within 2 months my acne was cleared! Starchy Carbs can make your Sebum glands produce in excess which cause acne and I believe this is why I was breaking out. The paleo diet is very similar to the one described on the home page of this website. Please share this with more people as I wish for more people to be cleared! I also have to thank god because I did ask him for a solution and he connected me to read the article which started me on this diet in the first place. Good luck all.

Anonymous March 19, 2014 at 3:49 PM
I am Puella and I'm changing this to, goat milk is the same. yes, a bit of dairy for me is fine if its very fatty instead of full of lactose and proteins (high insulin) and full of microorganisms that are suppose to help with lower IGF 1. homemade creme fraiche for example:)

Anonymous March 28, 2014 at 12:17 AM

Having an acne is one of the worst thing that can happen to a teenager. I myself spent my whole high school years trying to get rid of my acne. From home made remedy, soap, creams, went to a dermatology and a lot more. Luckily, a friend of mine refer me to her dermatologist for skin care clinton township mi. After 2 visits from the dermatologist, I was able see results. Now I'm happy and acne free.

Website March 29, 2014 at 4:55 PM
Now this is interesting. 11 years of suffering from acne and in just 3 months span, it's cured. I have skin issues myself from mild acne to atopic dermatitis. I guess my disregard for vanity fair and my tough persona helped me through the rain. I never really cared what others think of my looks I'm more concerned on what they might say of my personality and character, how they perceive me on an emotional aspect.

Stephanie GarciaMay 18, 2014 at 1:31 PM
Heres what i know, these are acne food:
- white rice,white flour,white cane sugar(high in sugar) try stevia instead.
- dairy products(try almond milk or coconut milk instead.)
- cereals,breads.
- red meat(try salmon,tuna, or lean chicken instead.)
- junk food(candy or chips)
- any fried food or take out(subway is a good choice for takeout)
- and like he said any gluten stuff and also corn.

AnonymousJune 1, 2014 at 7:41 AM
I suffered acne for many years. A skin biopsy a few years ago showed the presence of demodex mites. My dermatologist thought little of their presence but I'm convinced they have been responsible for my skin troubles over the years. I think it's important to be aware of these mites with regards skin health.

Pantothenic acid acneMay 23, 2014 at 8:31 PM
I'm so happy to se an online journal about geting rid of acne. Did you tried pantothenic acid acne ? I will read all 4 articles and i'll give you an answer. Like you i was full of acne and trying to get them off and i was sucessfull.

sophieJ uly 24, 2014 at 8:39 AM
Vitamin E would be better to apply to your face since acne is external. Witch Hazel is also good for giving you a nice skin glow. Don't apply lotion on your face because that can cause break outs.