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Understanding Dark Marks and Red Marks

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

When someone gets emotionally distracted by dark marks, it’s not always easy to see or understand the real medical problem that is causing them.

This video should help clear up this situation. Please teach others by sharing this video as this misconception is causing disharmony all over the world.








©2012 “Understanding Dark Marks and Red Marks” by Dr. Neal Schwartz

10 Responses to “Understanding Dark Marks and Red Marks”

  1. Mazvita Says:

    This video was a wakeup call for me, l had been thinking about Bootcamp for a while but l had been let down before but this video is such an eye opener. None of the clinics l had been too explained it to me like this so l had no clue l was just doing as l was told doing my part as a patient trusting the professionals. l am so optimistic right now and thank you for your call Dr Neal my own dermatologist who is in the same country as me can’t even be bothered to email or ring but there you are miles away and you can be bothered…thank you =)

  2. R. S. Says:

    Thank you for this video. It has really helped my understanding of why and how dark marks form.

  3. Juan Vasquez Says:

    I’m thinking about getting the starter kit. My skin is dry and oily on some places so I’ll go with the mild kit. What do I use for red marks/dark marks? Do I get an Exfoliating kit along with my starter kit?

    I am currently using Aveda Sky Salon Products, minocyclin once and a while, tooth paste, and baking soda. Before that I would using Proactive. Before proactive I was on Accutane. Before Accutane I was using Clinque. Before Clinque I was using store products.

  4. Haley Says:

    i’m 15 years old and struggling with marks…. this video made me so so so so soooo happy ! ahh i am gonna wear sunscreen today. i play ALOT of soccer and i live in texas.. so now i completely understand now ! i need to focus on the bumps. not the dark marks. cause the dark marks will go away with time. yaaay thanks!

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and…, The Movement Continues

Friday, July 8th, 2011



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Another amazing client has decided to share her prior struggle and recent victory with us today.

Enjoy..!








Her video was packed with emotions that are commonly seen in this practice.
I transcribed some of them below to further illustrate her journey:


Day 1:

“I’ve been dealing with acne for about 7 years”

“when I wash my face, it gets very dry, but then throughout the day it gets oily”

“I can’t have a conversation with somebody. I feel like this is all they are looking at”

“this shouldn’t be what defines me”

“I just washed my face…, I bleed. It’s terrible”

“I’ve tried everything from proactiv, I’ve gone to the dermatologist. prescribed pills, creams, I’ve had facials”

“I’ve done everything”


Week 2:

“I noticed even the first day it was already cleared up, it was less irritated, and less inflamed”

“Everything has gone down so much. Even people around me say, wow, your skin has cleared so much”

“I’ve never had anything work this fast. It’s really great”


Week 3:

“my skin looks really great. the majority of it has gone down, even the scars are going away”

“nothing I can’t deal with”

“It looks really good”

“I went out this weekend, didn’t have to photoshop anything”

“Ahhh! I’m so happy now, you have no idea…”


Week 4:

(317 bumps down to 4 bumps)

“It’s amazing, oh my gosh”



Week 5:

“my skin is really smooth”

“Its actually this time of the month I would get really, like ten new ones in a day”

“thats the only one I have. everything else is clear”

“you can kind of see where they all were but it healed up really nice. there’s no dents or anything”







We thank her for this caring contribution to the movement.

Are you going to share your story to help others?

This shared project represents a new movement in medicine and healing that will eventually spread to all other ailments. Witness as it transforms our culture over the next few years. It’s been amazing…

-Dr. Neal




3 Responses to “and…, The Movement Continues”

  1. Patrick Says:

    The really problem for other people is language barrier.

  2. admin Says:

    hey Patrick,

    there is a plan in place for this challenge. hope all is doing well with your doctors over there.

    -Dr Neal

  3. carlos cardoso Says:

    may ALLAH (SWT)bless Dr.Neal and Guide Him to Jannah/Heaven Thanks For Sharing ur Blessing Tht ALLAH Bestowed in You To Help People with there troubles and to give them another solution for their Problems Thank you for your patience and Dedication to ur Art ALLAHU AKBAR

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It’s a Movement…

Thursday, March 17th, 2011

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Home Version Clients from all over the world are continuing to bravely share their own transformations in an effort to give hope to others who are still suffering. This beautiful girl has added yet another unbelievable case to the movement. Enjoy…





2 Responses to “It’s a Movement…”

  1. Morgan Says:

    Good morning, doctor! Hopefully you can answer my question via email. I completely understand that taking care of the acne is first and foremost going to eliminate the majority of the scarring, as most clears on its own. However, what do you do for the scars that won’t go away. Is there a cure for that???

  2. admin Says:

    hello,

    see the 3D scar videos on the right side of the home page video gallery. I’ll be in the “ask Dr. Neal” section of the home page if you need.

    -Dr. Neal

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Red Marks: A Case Study

Sunday, July 4th, 2010

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Chronic red marks frequently cause frustration, confusion, and dissatisfaction.

Frequently Asked Question:
“Hey Dr. Neal, I don’t have much acne anymore. Which kit is best for my red and dark marks?”

All red and dark marks are treatable and preventable regardless of prior failure.
Feel free to send photos and details of your situation if you need a recommendation.

Watch this video closely to see what is possible.

(the Full Screen button is in the lower right corner)



Here’s the Associated Audio Testimonial:

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©2010 “Red Marks: A Case Study” by Dr. Neal Schwartz

4 Responses to “Red Marks: A Case Study”

  1. nathaniel Says:

    i have dark spots from acne and i have a low self esteem i need a solution

  2. Dayna Says:

    I have also cleared up my acne and only break out every now and again, but my old acne has left the sides of my face scared and my pores dilated. My acne was not as bad as many of your other clients but I do feel the enbaresment and feel the need to hide my skin under make-up.
    I would love the feeling of not having to wear face make- up and still feeling confident, if is possible to do in Canada please e mail me back! Thank- you

  3. admin Says:

    hey Dayna and nathaniel,

    you can “Ask Dr. Neal” by email on the homepage or by phone anytime.

    thanks.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    What are people using for there acne?

    What’s the product ?

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Severe Acne: A Case Study

Monday, May 24th, 2010

Our mission of bringing hope to those who have failed “Everything” continues with this unbelievable case.
(The full screen button is located in the lower right corner)

Enjoy!

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©2010 “Severe Acne: A Case Study” by Dr. Neal Schwartz

4 Responses to “Severe Acne: A Case Study”

  1. Darren Elkins Says:

    Excellent!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Roxette Says:

    I have watched several of these videos and there is no mention of what kind of treament these patients got. Should we all come to your NYC offices to find out?

  3. admin Says:

    hello,

    you can come to NY, call the office, email, video chat, or see the services section. This is a new type of program.

    -Dr. Neal

  4. rachel Says:

    i also have the same problem as the person above. weekly breakout and after that dark sport remind allover the face. it makes my face multicolor please advice me any product that i can use, i live out of USA and it will be hard for me to arrive at the hospital.

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