I just an hour ago discovered your book and articles and am very excited to purchase and read it! I recently started reading about the link between fluoride and acne. I have started brushing with non-fluoride toothpaste and spraying magnesium on my body after showering. I also have been taking the below supplement for the past two days. It seems to have everything you mentioned and more. I take 3pills (1 dose) twice a day.
Do you think that I should instead buy the vitamin brands you recommended?
I’m 50 yrs old and I have a hypothyroid that has caused my skin to break out, feel dry and have an extremely dull appearance. I’ve tried everything under the sun for over a year hoping to find a fix. I have been getting some relief with some natural products. The one that worked the best was the Citrus Clear Grapefruit Spot Treatment – I tried it for one week, and my acne is almost gone. I have a glow again and my face looks fresh! If you have hypothyroid like me with acne, definitely look at the Citrus Clear products – all natural, and they work for acne.
The first thing dermatologists often do is determine the type of acne that a patient is suffering from. This helps them develop a treatment plan and avoid products that may be ineffective or exacerbate certain acne types. Less severe forms of acne may be treated at home with over-the-counter products. Acne affects people of all races and skin types and usually begins during the teenage years. This condition can last for many years and must be treated promptly so that it doesn’t worsen. Improper treatment of acne may cause scarring that can become permanent.