Archive for June, 2008

FAQ’s: What makes Acne Bootcamp Different from other Acne Systems??

Monday, June 16th, 2008

Many people have emailed me asking what’s different about our Patent Pending Acne Bootcamp relative to other acne systems on the market.  This post will hopefully clear up any confusion and point out the differences between this program and others that are widely available.


1) Our Products:       We have re-formulated our products over many years using successful clinical experience from the office rather than theoretical ideas.  We use many safe ingredients including plant extracts that help reduce oil, gently exfoliate, and kill bacteria.  The overall formulation is very powerful and very well tolerated by the most sensitive of skin types.


2) Accountability:     Unlike anything on the market, our goal isn’t to rush sales of millions of products and hope people get better.   Rather, we are taking each special case individually and making sure people get better.  Some people will get better effortlessly without any additional assistance while other will need to contact Dr. Neal to find out what is going on with their individual case.   There have been very high failure rates in the field of acne both over the counter and with medical doctors.  This practice is committed to keeping our staggeringly high success rate over all other interests. 


3) Our Video Gallery:      If you’ve spent many hours viewing acne testimonials on the web, you will likely agree that our high resolution video gallery is one of a kind. Nowhere else will you see up close, untouched photos and videos in high resolution.  The gallery is used to instill real confidence in a real program that is changing lives every day.  We were able to build this gallery because of the effectiveness and tolerability of our original products.  The videos shown here are from caring individuals who were brave enough to share their transformation with the world.   

4 Responses to “FAQ’s: What makes Acne Bootcamp Different from other Acne Systems??”

  1. johny Says:

    One of the best acne treatments has to do with keeping your skin clean. There are many products on the market that can be considered some of the best acne treatments available.

  2. admin Says:

    We’re not making theoretical claims on this website. Rather, we are showing real life transformation in high definition. When people double click on the enlarge button in the lower right hand corner of the player and watch all the videos, they can judge for themselves whether this practice is different or better than others out there…

  3. R Says:

    I’m not sure if I can say some of the products I’ve tried but will anyway. I was on Proactive, Serious Skin Care, Murad, many OTC things, a couple RX’s a long time ago. Some helped a little but that’s all. Every day I faced this awful acne. THIS is what cleared me!! I will continue buying these products because they honestly work.

  4. Emelina Manieri Says:

    Great advice. Thanks. Blackhead

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Enlarge the Videos…

Monday, June 9th, 2008

By double clicking on the enlarge button in the lower right hand corner of the video player, you can get a full screen taste of the transformations taking place in our program.  I teach people to watch the videos closely for oil reduction, decreased inflammation, fading dark marks, and most importantly the decreased anxiety level that is clearly tangible in the patient’s voice…

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Before and After Photos/Videos for the Home Version

Monday, June 2nd, 2008

     Many people will be very hesitant to show their acne photos to the world or privately to Dr. Neal.  As a reminder and a suggestion to those who are worried, you can still get a great before shot from an ultra-cropped, non-identifiable photo. (see example below)   Even if you have no plans to share your photo with us,  I strongly suggest that everyone who begins the home version take at least one “before” photo.  The photo not only helps evaluate improvement,  but also aids in the emotional healing process.

     Ideally, people will share their transformational experience with all others who are needlessly suffering.


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Stress and Acne (which came first?)

Sunday, June 1st, 2008

      Stress is a major aggravating factor of acne.  And acne is also a major source of stress.  Anyone caught in the middle of this circle can quickly get lost.  They see and feel their acne and experience extreme emotional stress which then aggravates their inflammatory condition.  The breakout worsens and the stress increases further.  

      When I talk about stress, my patients often tell me, “I wouldn’t have any real stress if my skin were normal.”   The problem is that skin doesn’t heal overnight and the stress needs to be broken immediately.  I teach all my patients that you have to take a detour around fixing this “acne-induced” stress.  Rather than waiting for your skin to heal before you feel less stressed out, immediately break the stress with fitness techniques that are unrelated to the skin.  Examples are yoga, cardio, biking outside, hiking, sports, martial arts, dancing, swimming, etc.  Anything that will clear your mind of thought.  Many people tell me, “I’m already doing that stuff.”  My response is always,  “Fitness is an art.  You can’t master it or just get it done.  It’s an ever-evolving skill that needs to be taken to the next level if you are not gaining massive stress relieving rewards from it.”

It’s the deep self thought and self consciousness that you need to take a vacation from.  This clearing can not be done through the mind.  It can only be achieved through the body.  If you can learn to leave your mind behind and get in touch with the energy of the body, you will find yourself at a better biochemical stress level.  This lowered stress level is tangible, and will allow to the body to heal itself better.



©2008 Stress and Acne (which came first?)  by Dr. Neal Schwartz

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  1. Isabella Martinez Says:

    I cannot tell you how much I appreciate this.

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