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Natural Acne Remedies

Last Modified on Apr 06, 2014

Very few individuals make it through life without at least a minor breakout of acne. Depending on its severity, acne can contribute to and even cause emotional distress as well as significant damage to the skin. However, effective acne treatments are available and range from conventional treatments to safe, natural healing methods like apple cider vinegar and hydrogen peroxide.

What is Acne?

A skin condition that occurs as a hair follicle becomes clogged with oil and skin cells, acne is very common, particularly in adolescents. The condition may appear on the face, neck, chest, back and shoulders and varies in degree of severity. Acne may present as both noninflammatory and inflammatory lesions. Noninflammatory acne manifests as whiteheads and blackheads while inflammatory lesions include raised, tender and swollen bumps such as pimples and cysts.

While acne is caused by bacteria and dead cells in the skin, several factors contribute to the formation of acne. Overproduction of oil, irregular shedding of dead skin cells and buildup of bacteria in the skin contribute to acne. Hormones, certain medications and diet can also adversely affect the health of the skin.

Natural Remedies for Skin Breakouts

Acne treatments function to reduce oil production, increase new cell formation, fight infection and reduce inflammation. Several over-the-counter and even prescription medications assist in treating the skin in all of these ways; however, many natural remedies are just as effective, if not more so. While apple cider vinegar, hydrogen peroxide and coconut oil are among the most effective natural treatments, dietary changes as well as other natural supplements are also effective for treating acne.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is one of the top-rated acne remedies available. Apple cider vinegar is an acidic compound that functions to alkalize the body and stabilize the pH, reducing the prevalence of breakouts due to hormonal imbalances. The vinegar is also antibacterial, so it flushes and purifies the system of infection associated with acne.

Hydrogen Peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide is considered a natural germicidal agent. Composed of water and oxygen, hydrogen peroxide eradicates infection in the skin by oxidation. Hydrogen peroxide is also effective for detoxing the system and removing dead tissue and debris from the skin.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is a natural antibacterial and anti-inflammatory agent. Coconut oil functions to draw the toxins out of the skin, so it may cause a breakout upon initial application. Following the initial “healing crisis,” the oil replenishes the skin and even improves the appearance of scaring.

A common condition, acne can manifest in a variety of locations on the body and often causes individuals significant emotional distress. Effective treatments are available, however, and are often more effective the earlier the treatment is started. Consistent treatment significantly lowers an individual’s potential for lasting physical and emotional damage.


Additional Pages of Interest:
Acne on the Body
Acne Scars
Blackheads
Boils

Cystic Acne


POPULAR REMEDIES:

Apple Cider Vinegar63 YEAS
Hydrogen Peroxide30 YEAS
Dietary Changes20 YEAS
Coconut Oil15 YEAS
Supplements10 YEAS
Tea Tree Oil9 YEAS
Multiple Remedies9 YEAS
Lemons7 YEAS
Baking Soda7 YEAS
Garlic6 YEAS
Urine6 YEAS
Aspirin Mask5 YEAS
Toothpaste5 YEAS
Aloe Vera5 YEAS

Acne and Your Gut

12/04/2013: Sandra from Media, Pa: "I am an ESTHETICIAN and a HOLISTIC HEALTH COACH which means that look at the whole system of the body to find the root of the problem. With all my clients who suffer from blackheads, acne, and cystic acne, I make correlations between skin health and digestive health.

First, we discuss PROPER HOME CARE & CLEANING METHODS - NEVER use soap-use a cleanser with some type of alpha or beta hydroxy acid. Salicylic or lactic acids works well. In some cases, a Clarasonic type rotating brush can keep pores clear of debris and excess oil - but careful not to overdue it or can irritate your skin. Gently remove cleanser with a warm cotton wash cloth ALWAYS - great for exfoliation. Other surface causes could be: dirty makeup brushes & applicators, mineral oil in foundation, dirty pillowcases, and of course, using the wrong cleansing products-so find a cleanser that is appropriate for your skin type. An esthetician can guide you, so get facials on a regular basis - they really do help for deeper cleansing.

Second, and really IMPORTANT. Look at your DIGESTIVE SYSTEM and the FOOD you're eating. Your skin is a direct reflection of what's going on in you GUT. So, first thing is rule out are FOOD ALLERGIES -

DAIRY & WHEAT are two triggers. Most people won't even consider that conventional dairy products are injected with hormones that upset YOUR hormones - feed lot cows are eating TONS of grains loaded with antibiotics, pesticides, and hormones. It could be the milk protein, casein, that you're allergic to. You can also try to eliminate ALL DAIRY for 2 WEEKS and see what happens OR, switch to GRASS-FED milk or RAW milk which you can find at a health food store. Drinking organic milk doesn't guarantee that the cow was grass-fed, only that it might have eaten a percentage of organic grains. Not the same thing. Buy 'cultured butter' which has naturally occurring fermentation (good for the gut) and eat 'pastured' eggs which are rich in Omega-3s bc the eggs come from chickens that eat what they're supposed to eat: insects & clover.

WHEAT is the other trigger. The actual wheat grain has been cross-bred with so many different types of grasses that your body is not meant to digest - and of course, there's GLUTEN. Conventionally processed wheat products are loaded with gluten and your body is reacting - which can show up as cystic acne. Stay away from anything made with flour...even whole grains. Your gluten sensitivity w/o digestive symptoms, as with Celiac, could show up as migraines, fatigue, and brain fog. For more information, please read, 'Wheat Belly'. You will be amazed.

STRENGTHEN YOUR GUT with fermented foods that contain probiotics - like kimchi, sauerkraut, kefir (dairy, so be careful) and miso. Can also take probiotics in powder form (I like Green Vibrance products) or find probiotics in gel caps.

DRINK GREEN SMOOTHIES to alkalinize your system - the standard American diet (S.A.D.) is way too acidic. Eat LOTS OF GREENS (kale, collards, swiss chard, spinach, etc.) You can google 'green smoothies' for great recipes. EAT MORE RAW FOODS...for the enzymes.

Third, there's SUGAR. Sugar produces spikes in insulin and really does a number on your pancreas. The spike in insulin causes increases sebum (oil) production which leads to clogged pores. Going back to refined carbs (there's that flour again) creates the same reaction in the body as pure sugar so it's a vicious cycle. Make an effort to cut back and again, see what happens.

Good luck!! I love this site ~ thank you!!!!"


Acne Tips

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YEA (4)
100%

12/15/2011: Emily from Paducah, Kentucky, Usa: "I have found something does keep your face thoroughly clean although breakouts occur sometimes becauase I am still a teenage girl!

Wash with Neutrogena Deep Clean 2 a day-it is simple but refreshes your face.

Before bed (I do this 3 times a week) use Mario-Badescu drying stuff (its the pink stuff that comes in a bottle)

I would appreciate any acne remedies that you may be able to find the ingredients in your house and not go buy it! Thanks!!"

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[YEA]  09/21/2012: David from Surprise, AZ replies: "Lots of great tips here. If you drink 1 tbs baking soda in a glass of water and 1 or 2 tbs apple cider vinegar in a glass of water, it will make your body alkaline (rather than acidic - the US diet is almost 100% acidic which promotes... Cancer and disease). An alkaline body actually makes your body a very poor host for disease and bad bacteria. Having an acidic body is like posting your houseparty on Facebook... They ALL show up. Incluing acne.

I would also suggest a wakeup and before going to bed rinse of your face with a cottonball or cottonpad dampened with witch hazel. It gently removes a lot of the oil from your skin without drying you out. Keep a small bottle of it with you during the day and it is great for a midday removal of any oil that may accumulate on your face.

Research the skin vitality vitamins, minerals and supplements also. A base vitamin regime of a multi vit/min, vit C, vit E, vit D will help keep that healthy glow to your visage and prevent you from getting sick with all the colds and flu that come around. The US diet is very deficient in vitamins and minerals, one of the reasons that hypo/hyper thyroidism is so prevalent. 90% of Americans checked have low levels of vit D (get more Sun... But choose short exposures), magnesium and vit B12. In the past 30 years the soil has been depleted, so you cannot trust the produce to provide vits/mins anymore. Some vits/mins are as much as 90% less than 3 decades ago. Take your vitamins.

Also be aware of the 3 stooges that appear in virtually all processed food and drink. Aspartame, MSG and high fructose corn syrup. They are excitotoxins which play havoc on your digestive, neuro and endocrine systems... Which could manifest as acne breakouts. If you switch to an organic diet you will find you eat less (because your body is geting nutrition and doesn't need to signal you to gorge so that it gets the proper amount of nutrients).

Sleep much? 8 hours or more per night to ensure that your face gets the restorative and healing rest it needs. Research good sleepijng methods and be sure that you have a comfortable, dark (wear a face mask if necessary) and peaceful place to rest.

Good luck!"

09/22/2012: Cindy from Toledo, Ohio replies: "Has anyone tried sea buckthorn oil for acne? Dr. Oz raved about it. Thanks!"
01/04/2013: Alex from Nyc, Usa replies: "From my experience, I am over 30 and suffer from adult acne occasionally I apply BHA for months and it does help from acne occurring again. Also home remedies such as banana peel, olive, avocado, and honey are a great help for making acne disappear without leaving spot and scar."


06/10/2009: Janine from Hacienda Heights, CA: "I am an aesthetician and treat acne clients on a regular basis. The first thing I teach my clients is how to wash their face. When washing your face use a good quality product and apply it using a light hand, don't press or push to hard. You do not want to stimulate more oils by pressing to hard. Use a very light touch in circular motions for 1 to 2 minutes. Yes, 1 or 2 minutes, you want to cleanse the skin and the pores. Always use a clean wash cloth with warm (not hot) water to rinse your face. It is important to use a wash cloth to pick up the oils from the face as well as exfoliating . (this is one thing I find that most of my acne clients don't do), but when you think of it we use some kind of cloth to wash our dishes, our cars, or the counter top. Washing in the morning and evening should be enough. So make sure you have plenty of clean wash cloths on hand."

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06/28/2009: Ellen from Toronto, ON replies: "To add to the previous post regarding washcloths: baby wipes work great for removing makeup/washing face/exfoliating and are disposable!"
08/03/2010: Nancy7711 from County Cork, Ireland replies: "I'm a Registered Nurse and had an Anti-Aging Center. I agree with the esthetician who states that proper method of cleansing the skin. The reason you should use a 100% cotton wash cloth is because the cotton fibers pick up the dead skin cells (which baby wipes do not do). It's these dead skin cells that help contribute to clogging the pores. You will definitely start seeing a difference with this method. It also stimulates a small bit of collagen (desperately wanted as we age)"
[YEA]  02/03/2011: Aubrey from Portland, Oregon replies: "I haven't ever had severe acne, but I tend to get a lot of blackheads and breakouts every once in a while. I have started this simple regimine and it has worked terrifically when I follow through with it.

I wash my face with non-foaming wash in the shower, and once with only water before bed. Once a week I apply AVC to my entire face besides the eye area. It dried out pimples but not the rest of your face.

For bacne I use naturally made soap and a pumice stone. It works great.

Also applying an organic lotion in the morning helps with acne and bacne. I use Nubian Organic Honey and Blackseed healing lotion. It smells good too. :)"
05/25/2011: Sherrya from San Antonio, Texas Usa replies: "however for some (myself included) all the washing in the world, does absolutely nothing, after spndig hundreds on everything form over the counter face washes to holy expensive prescriptions, using 100% cotton wash cloths, baby wipes, even a $250 sonic facial brush, absolutely no results. In my case my nodulocystic acne is purely hormonal based, the only thing that has ever given me results is an expensive pill, (yes I have been to estheticians GALORE, spent more money then a care to admit, not result other then painful peeling.. ) so unfortunatley washing is only a guarentee if you suffer from MILD acne or simply the occassional black head. sorry I hate to be the little black raincloud but some of us are truly screwed...."
01/13/2012: Sunny April from Santa Fe, Nm replies: "To Sherrya from San Antonio, Tx. My son had terrible acne all his adult life and finally he was convinced that he had rosacea (sp?). I also had it and was using a prescription called "metrogel". It was the only thing that cleared my acne and the redness of my face. My son's face is wonderfully clear now that he is using the metrogel and he shaved his beard off and he looks so good. It does have a mild antibiotic in it, but it was the only thing that helped us. Now I wash my face with tea tree oil soap and if I have a pimple, I put iodine on it and it clears up pretty fast."
06/05/2012: Lindsay from Dallas, Texas replies: "I can't stress how much thoroughly washing my face has made a difference in the feel of my skin. Normally I would lather the soap on my face and immediately rinse. The surface of my face would get clean, but keep in mind most of the skin on our faces is about seven layers deep. It takes more than a quick rinse to thoroughly cleanse.

Now I lather and massage in a circular motion for a couple of minutes. Sometimes if I had been wearing a lot of makeup or something that day I will wash my face twice.

After the first time you do this you will literally feel an immediate difference. Your skin will feel deep-cleaned."


07/01/2008: Stella : "Here are a few tips to help control acne. Whenever I sway from these I pay the price.

Acne Tips:

  • Wash face Twice in a row
  • Rinse face Thirteen splashes
  • Exfoliate once a week
  • Have good oral hygiene
  • Plucking eyebrows invites bacteria-clean the area well after
  • Don't bite inside your cheeks or lips
  • Use a water filter on the shower
  • Change pillowcases every other day (I use aloe soaked pillowcases)
  • Do not use fabric softener or dryer sheets and use only chemical free laundry soap
  • Use chemical free shamp/Cond and hair products (what you put on your hair ends up on your face)
  • Clean your phone often (a must)
  • Use a natural deodorant
  • Use chemical free hand-soap and moisturizer (what you put on your hands ends up on your face)
  • Wash your hands after you touch your pets
  • Wash your hands and chin after you brush your teeth because bacteria from your mouth drips on your face
  • Never use Old make-up

Do Not leave your face wash and shamp/cond in the shower, store it in a dry place"

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03/07/2011: Mzt from Orlando, Fl replies: "What's your process for soaking your pillowcases in aloe?"


[YEA]  09/19/2007: Kris from Omaha, Nebraska: "My decade-long bout with facial acne ended when I (1) Quit using liquid make-up, and (2) Started using a facial wash with alpha hydroxy acid. My absolute favorite is the brand Alpha Hydrox Foaming Facial Wash. Awesome AND inexpensive. I think that quitting using concealers and liquid make-up to cover up the skin is crucial to stopping the acne cycle. Even if a liquid make-up claims to be non-codemogenic it may aggravate the acne. For a while I used powder make-up, which didn't cause break-outs, but now I rarely even use that."

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05/18/2008: Ginny from Charlotte, NC replies: "How long did it take for the Alpha Hydrox to really heal for you?"


[YEA]  01/21/2006: Chet from Los Angeles, CA: "STOP USING SLS (SODIUM LAURYL SULFATE, SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE) AND ANY SULFATES IN YOUR BATH PRODUCTS!!! This ingredient is found EVERY body and face soap...and EVERY shampoo. IT IS ALSO WHY YOUNG MEN ARE GOING BALD!!! For acne, I'm trying the lemon juice exfoliation and the cucumber juice face mask. Seems to be working."

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01/21/2011: Sarah from Carrollton, Tx replies: "I agree with stopping the use anything containing sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS). I got canker sores in my mouth repeatedly for a month until I switched to a sensitve toothpaste (pronamel or sensodyne are good and inexpensive) and my canker sores vanished w/in 1 day - the only different ingredient was the absence of SLS. Read up on it and SLS is a strong detergent used in toliet cleaner/bath&kitchen cleaner to make the "foaming" soapy action... Everything has this - shampoo, bottled soaps, toothpaste, and all household cleaners. I started developing cysts and dandruff problems on my head after a while and was shedding a lot of hair, I found some good shampoos - David Babaii's Wildaid (from ULTA) and Renpure Organics (from Walgreens) - they don't have SLS and have safer, less harmful ingredients for the environment - my scalp problems vanished w/in 1 week and I haven't had problems for the last 2 years since I've cut SLS out of my life.

I was on Retin-A for years w/o much help, still broke out and it turned my face red. Using face wash w/o SLS has reduced my acne outbreaks to only 3-4 days out of the month when I'm cycling, all other times my face is pretty clear and I don't have to apply harsh chemicals anymore."


Acne Triggers

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YEA (1)
100%

02/11/2012: P.b. from Cape Breton, Ns: "I've struggled with adult acne for years but finally got it under control by not using commercial soaps/moisturizers, only handmade soap and a moisturizing mix of grapeseed oil, castor oil, jojoba oil, lavender & tea tree & lemongrass essential oils. However, sometimes even though I haven't changed any of my skin treatments, I've experienced breakouts.

Recently I connected the breakouts to starting a new vitamin supplement. I stopped the supplement and the breakouts stopped. A similar thing had happened about a year ago and I compared the ingredients of the two supplements (one was Vitamin C and the other was a multi). The only thing they seemed to have in common was silicon dioxide. I checked the supplements I take that don't seem to bother me (flax oil, magnesium, Vit D, and another brand of Vit C) and none of them have silicon dioxide in them. It's hard to be sure what exactly it is, but I just wanted people to consider that perhaps their supplements are causing breakouts!"

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02/20/2012: Skinnythia from Canton, Georgia replies: "Sometimes, just changing your soap, lotion, cream, medicine, make-up, what ever, will cause a period of break out. You have to give yourself an adjustment period. If it does continue, you know it is the new product, habit, whatever, and to discontinue."


06/02/2010: Regulator555 from Grand Rapids, Mi, Usa: "I suffered from acne for years. As I got older, it got worse. After trying numerous OTC remedies, at great expense, I started doing research on what the problem could be. Chemicals! SLS/ALS's trigger acne. Propylene glycol triggers acne. Parabens trigger acne. Mineral oil triggers acne. The list goes on and on. All these chemicals were linked to my bad skin. So, I stopped using everything - shampoo, face/body wash, toothpaste, deodorant, lotions, creams, etc. I started over. K.I.S.S. - keep it super simple. Natural is the key with the fewest ingredients possible. There are cosmetics out there that are natural and pigmented with fruit. There are soaps out there that are just made with castille soap. Baking soda for deodorant. Read the labels - you'd be surprised. The stuff is even in our food. Moisturize with an organic oil (yes, you can put natural oil on your face if you have acne). Look into essential oils and adding a few drops. Eliminate everything and then start adding in a few natural things. After I eliminated all the chemicals, my skin cleared. I get a zit here and there (PMS related), but rarely. Read your labels! Note: the cosmetic industry is self-regulated. Even if it says "natural" it may not be. Don't be fooled - read the ingredients."

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[YEA]  04/16/2011: Karenmarie from Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada replies: "Thoes harsh chemicals are horrible for skin and hair, not only that but our health as well. I've been using African black soap to cleanse my face and body, it's free of all harsh SLS's, parabens, is high in natural glycerin and has been used traditionaly by African women to wash lol babies! The smell is very earthy and it lathers like a body wash. I wet my face and hands with Luke warm water rub the bar untill it lathers slightly and lightly massage my face in little circles for about 1 min, rinse well with a cloth. I also like to use a toner I made out of boiled( and cooled) water, organic apple cider vinegar with mother, peppermint tea and lavender oil. To make:

Boil 3 cups of water
Throw in 1 peppermint tea bag
3 drops of lavender EO

Let stand untill cool

Add 1/4 cup ACV

The smell of the ACV dissipates once it's dried, if you have very sensitive skin you can use less ACV. I also moisturize with extra virgin organic coconut oil, use VERY VERY sparingly, focusing on your dry areas and under the eyes!! That's my daily skin care and I finally don't have to wear any of that foundation anymore without being embarassed of red patches and zit everywhere!"

04/18/2011: Sara from Sacramento, Ca, Usa replies: "Happy Day!

Where do you buy your African Black Soap? I did search on e-bay; there are different brand name for it. I am just wondering if you give a little info that would be great.

Thanks, Sara"

05/12/2012: Karly from Palmer, Ma replies: "You can buy both bar form and liquid african black soap on amazon.com."
07/13/2012: Lynne from Orlando, Fl replies: "Target also carries African Black Soap"


Alkalizing Formulas

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YEA (1)
50%
BETTER BUT NOT CURED (1)
50%

[YEA]  08/30/2010: Victor from Nyc, Usa: "Hello Ted,

I used a form of topical accutane (tretinoin cream) for about six months. Discontinued use after noticing excessive hair thinning and cysts on wrists and ear. I've been off it for eight months. Hair is still shedding. I've been reading that accutane users have congested livers (stones) or cirrhosis conditions. Is this true? I read your entry to another accutane victim and have been on the alkalizing regime for two weeks. Hair is still shedding, but my eyes and skin look better. Thank you."

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[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  07/27/2011: Randy from Myrtle Beach, Sc/usa replies: "I do agree about the alkalizing. Whenever I am more consistent drinking my sea salt, baking soda, and lemon juice drinks I can tell my face is clearer. One other thing that has helped me is making sure I take a couple tabespoons of granulated lecithin each day to help flush out those rancid oils in my body. I also use ACV on my face with a cotton swab and I do not dilute it. I've struggled with adult acne for years and have tried many things but what I've mentioned above seems to have helped me more than anything else.

Randy"


Aloe Vera

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Aloe Treatment for Acne

Home Remedy Ingredients

  • Aloe Vera Gel (found at your local health food, pharmacy or grocery store)

Apply aloe vera gel directly to your skin 2-3 times a day to clean and dry up excess oils on your skin.

[YEA]  05/19/2008: Sean from Denver, Colorado: "Aloe Vera for Acne: it works, I tried it last night got up and voala! smaller pimples."


[YEA]  04/07/2008: Aseel Moughnieh from Tyre, Lebanon: "I was suffering from acne scars , and severe red cheeks , now I've been only drnking Aloe vera juice, and it did wonders , my face has a clear , compelxion , the scars are there but the redness minimized , I can't wait till it gets better!!"

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09/14/2009: Norma from Sanford, Fl replies: "If you can get your hands on a real aloe vera plant and put some the the gel on your face it will take care of your scars. Good Luck!"


[YEA]  09/21/2006: Gennie from Mercedd, CA: "When I had acne, I used aloe vera gel which u can find in walgreens. It cleared up my acne in no time I. also drink plenty of water to cure the acne."


[YEA]  04/08/2006: Glen from Phoenix, AZ: "At 51, I continue to have the occasional pimple, often on my nose, sometimes on my lower lip or elsewhere. Recently, while doing some yard work, I accidentally sliced a piece of aloe vera from a plant. Having heard about its medicinal value, I tried applying the sap on a fast growing pimple on my lower lip. I reapplied the invisible sap four times in the course 24 hours, and twice the next day. The pimple just evaporated. I've since tried it repeatedly with the same results. I'm delighted. This was must faster than anything I've experienced before. My garden aloe is free. Like I said, the sap is invisible. There is an initial odor, but it fades quickly. I recommend trying it."


[YEA]  Anna from Corona, CA: "Pure Aloe Vera gel, applied topically two or three times a day does wonders for acne! Though you may need a good moisturizer, even with oily skin, because the aloe dries your skin right up."


Aloe Vera, Milk Thistle

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YEA (2)
100%

[YEA]  10/01/2007: Atoya from Washington DC: "I just recently started to develop acne after my 25th birthday, before I would have a pimple or two only around the time of my cycle. Since then I have basically tried everything I could get my hands on over the pass eight months or so to rid myself of this embarrassing ailment. One day on one of my usual quests to find a real cure, I went to the Vitamin Shoppe looking for some type of multi-vitamin, hoping that I would find justice. An elderly Sales man, who was very knowledgeable, told me that my liver was full of toxins and Milk Thistle and Aloe Vera would clear my ailment right up. I took 200mg of Milk Thistle a day and 1 capsule of Aloe Vera and it did just that. After about a week later, I could see a huge difference - no breakouts. Your bowel movements will become more and more frequent which is what helps to release the build up of toxins in your body. He told me to take it for about 2 months and I should be okay. I still keep some on hand but at a lower dosage since my initial cleanse, I take 70mg (a lower dosage) two to three times a week for maintenance. It is not good to take any type of herb for an extended period of time unless recommended by your physician. Believe me, this inexpensive concoction is a sure-fire way to rid you of all of your stubborn acne."

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[YEA]  06/13/2009: Molly from Rocky Mount, NC, USA replies: "I have struggled with weight issues since childhood. I can look sideways at a piece of cheesecake and gain five pounds. However, this all change recently with the addition of this wonder supplement to my diet. A few months ago, I began a popular portion-control diet that is low in fat. In 9 weeks, I'd lost 12 lbs. I then added a new fat blocker to my regimen. I began noticing quicker results with weight loss BUT I still suffered from low energy levels, yeast overgrowth, severe cystic acne... among other ailments. Searching for acne remedies here on earth clinic, I read one lady's entry which advocated the use of aloe vera and milk thistle. In the past week, after consuming approx. 10oz of Aloe Vera Juice per day, taking 250mg of milk thistle with each meal, and washing my face with apple cider vinegar water, I feel like a new person! In the past week, my acne has healed about 60%, my vision is clearer, I don't need massive amounts of stimulants to wake me up in the morning, my eczema is vanishing, I have plenty of energy, my dry and cracking heals have begun to heal, and I've lost 6lbs!"






 



 

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