Get Rid Of Acne… For Good!

I was looking for my Clear Skin book to give to a friend, but I couldn’t find the damn thing. I searched for it on Amazon, Googled it… lots of alternatives, but not THAT book. So, I used my recollection of it, and typed out a long email. I decided to include it here, because one thing is for sure. Acne affects almost all of us at one time or another. And the treatment method laid out in that book was straightforward, simple, and gave amazing results! Search for yourselves, but if you’re looking to get to the bottom line quickly, just read the following. I think that this is definitively the best way of getting rid of acne and it’s remnants. Over-the-counter products, no “drugs”. I don’t think they work any better, anyway. In my experience, I used a sulfur/salicylic acid combination cream that worked great for me. You can find it over-the-counter… either sulfur, salicylic acid, or benzoyl-peroxide based (or a combination) cream. You apply it morning and night. The key is to dry the skin and let it flake. Drying/Peeling agents are what does that. Apply it and let your skin dry out. Obviously, you apply it to the affected areas and don’t need it elsewhere. You can go hard core or slowly, using an oil-free lotion to keep the skin from looking too weird as it peels, but I went hard core, used lotion to keep it from looking like a lepur, and in about a month had it reversing direction. It can really be dry, it can make your skin flaky, and make you think something may be wrong. But it’s supposed to be that way. Again, that’s going at it hard core. Obviously, if you immediately have a reaction to it, then you might be allergic to whatever you’re using. So once you’ve been using it for a few days or more, your skin dries out, begins to flake, you know it’s doing what it’s supposed to. The thing that the book explains is that if you keep using the stuff, your skin (hair follicles, actually) will eventually (about a month) be in a constant state of peeling from beneath the skin. But you won’t be visibly flaking at that point. You scale back on the amount you use, but you still apply it morning and night. So you’ll have cleaned-out follicles instead of clogged follicles, and the problem won’t occur again as long as you keep it that way. As for the left-over skin condition from the problem up to now, I was amazed at the before/after photos… what appeared to be scarring due to acne, was cleared up completely. So there is more than just hope. I would say follow the protocol, and it will be cleared up… almost miraculously. Note: the book described a lot about your hair follicles, bacteria clogging them up, different types of side-effects (pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, implosions, etc), and some science behind it all. But the treatment for all of those conditions was all the same.

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