Not related to the eBook of the same name.
Beauty products are a mega-industry. They deal with externals. We address acne on an internal level. Facial cleansers and scrubs have their benefits. Our product attacks the root of the problem.
Ingredients: Pantothenic Acid, Organic Burdock Root, Organic Dandelion Root, Organic Milk Thistle, Organic Red Clover, Vegetable Cellulose and Plant Fiber Capsules.
We classify acne into three categories:
Mild - A pop up here and there. Nothing consistent.
Moderate - Steady Acne. You usually have it every day in some form. In many cases it occurs on the chest, back and shoulders.
Severe - Acne, and redness are abundant on one or many parts of the body.
Mild - Start by taking 2 capsules 3 times a day.
Moderate - Start by taking 3 capsules 3 times a day.
Severe - Start by taking 4 capsules 3 times a day.
If it does not stop, gradually increase the dosage. We have had customers that needed up to 5 capsules 3 times a day to reverse it in the beginning.
If new acne does not appear, continue with your initial dosage for a few days. Then you can start taking less and less each day.
Example: You try 1 capsule 2 times a day and you notice acne popping up. Adjust to 3 capsules a day and so on until you see results. It all depends on what your body requires. We are all built differently from each other.
From the Founder
I personally had to deal with this for over 30 years. I tried all the over-the-counter products. Honestly, I never really noticed a difference. It was very frustrating. I also used one well known product for 6 months. It was supposed to work for most who used it. It did work for me while I was on it, but as soon as I quit, and it cleared from my system, the acne reappeared!
From my own experience and in-depth research, I found that diet makes a HUGE difference with acne and your overall complexion. Use simple common sense.
My point is, how things work outside in the world, is also how they work on inside you. Garlic is a substance that helps combat acne. It is anti-bacterial. It kills the bugs inside. Use it!
Australian researchers have discovered that a low-glycemic diet reduced acne. This type of diet refers to more whole grains, proteins, and produce versus processed refined carbs, such as white bread and other white flour products. We know that low - glycemic foods keep insulin steady, whereas sugar and refined carbs spike insulin levels. These spikes are believed to boost the production of androgens (hormones) which in turn promotes acne.
I personally believe that large skin care companies want us to believe that there is no connection between our diet and our skin. Think for a second about how ridiculous that is. How about we give the CEO's of those companies about twenty niacin pills, and when their skin is a nice bright patchy red flushing out toxins, we ask them again if diet and skin have a connection or not. It is like saying my knees have nothing to do with me walking. It is just my feet. Just ask yourself, what do the large skin care companies stand to gain if they can get us to believe that diet has no impact on our skin? Money and piles of it.
I looked for years for something that would work. I tried all the facial scrubs without success. Usually, I would end up with dry skin and frustration.
After much trial and error on myself, I ended up creating an herbal/vitamin supplement that not only worked but started making a difference within hours. I truthfully could not believe it. In fact, I was quite nervous and thought that I was just imagining the effect. However, several years have passed by and its still working perfectly.
I was always the one watching the acne infomercials and seeing how these products worked on others and their testimonials. How it was a miracle for all who tried it. When it came to me though, it never worked.
So, if you doubt my product, I understand. I am not going to claim that it will work on 10 out of 10 people. But I bet it will work on 9 out of 10 people and you will know it quickly. Not only does it solve acne, but it's beautifies your skin, as I will explain later.
Pantothenic acid, which acquires its name from the Greek word meaning ubiquitous, is present in all tissues. Its universal presence is an indication of its importance. This is further reflected by the many reactions that it catalyzes. It is very understandable then, that the amount of Pantothenic Acid required for optimal health, is of the same order as that of vitamin C.
Basically. what seems to be the cause of acne is a defect or deficiency in a person's metabolism of lipids (fats) which occurs due to a lack of Coenzyme-A in the body. Coenzyme-A is made of ATP (energy), Cysteine, and Pantothenic Acid. Of these three, Pantothenic Acid is the only one which is a vitamin and must be supplied through the diet. The other two are produced by the body. Thusly, if you supplement with Pantothenic Acid you create more Coenzyme-A in your body and your fats are metabolized.
A lack of Coenzyme-A in the body means that fats aren’t broken down. Instead, they get deposited in your sebaceous (oil) glands and are secreted through the pores as sebum (oil). Oil is a fat in liquid form. You get acne because the acne bacterium (Propionibacterium Acne) in your pores feeds on this excess oil. Now think about why the Dermatologist prescribes antibiotics. The reasoning is if you can kill the bacteria feeding on this excess oil, you can then reduce your acne. The problem is you are addressing the symptom of a compromised lipid metabolism. As a result, you must continue taking antibiotics, which are quite destructive. However, if you had little or no oil in your pores, there would be nothing there for the bacteria to feed on. Consequently, there would be very little acne or no acne.
Taking large doses of Pantothenic Acid in combination with certain herbs shuts down your oil production, drying up your pores, and reducing your acne. Accutane also shuts down oil production but does so by shrinking your oil glands. Pantothenic acid doesn't take the same route. Instead it creates enough Coenzyme-A so that fats don't get deposited there in the first place.
This would explain why acne starts around puberty. During this stage of life most Coenzyme-A is diverted to creating sex hormones. Since formation of these hormones and our reproductive organs is the more important function, fat metabolism gets put on hold. Oil production thereby increases causing acne to develop.
But, if you supplement with Pantothenic Acid, you will create enough Coenzyme-A in the body and both sex hormone synthesis and fatty acid metabolism will be taken care of. This would also explain why acne tends to subside after puberty when a person is in his/her twenties. The sexual characteristics are fully developed, there is much more Coenzyme-A available for lipid metabolism. Stress, a woman's cycle, system imbalances and lack of sleep also lower the levels of Pantothenic Acid available for lipid metabolism.
The other major benefit from taking large amounts of Pantothenic Acid is that the pores on your skin shrink in size and become visibly smaller. It becomes very smooth looking, and the pores will continue to shrink resulting in beautiful skin. This decrease in skin pore size is presumably related to sebum excretion.
When an acne lesion is formed, there is in the epithelial cell of the hair follicle an accumulation of lipids. This leaves the epithelial cells bulky and the lumen of the gland narrowed. When there is a concomitant increase in sebum flow, the follicle has no choice but to hypertrophy to accommodate the changes, resulting in an enlarged skin pore and coarse skin. With the administration of Pantothenic Acid, the whole process is reversed. Lipid metabolism becomes normal and efficient. The epithelium is no longer laden with fat droplets. There is a decrease in sebum excretion, and the hypertrophy process is not required. The skin pores revert to a much smaller size and the skin becomes smooth and fine.
Once Pantothenic Acid therapy has worked, a maintenance dose is usually needed to keep the acne away until the changes from puberty etc. have run their course. This is a lower dose in the range of 1 to 5 grams a day. Some, who naturally produce too much in the way of oils, may end up always taking a dose that fits their metabolism.
The subject matter contained herein is not intended to diagnose or advise treatment. If you have any concerns, particularly if you have pre-existing conditions or allergies, check with your healthcare provider regarding the ingredients we use.Statements made have not been evaluated by the FDA.