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“Undiagnosing Diabetes”

Saturday, May 27th, 2017

In a medical system that has churned out the most unhealthy society known to human history, it seems we have a lot to “unlearn”.



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Dr. Neal’s Lingo: “The Remainder”



“Undiagnosing Diabetes”
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Do You Have a Chemical Imbalance?

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016

Skin disorders are one of many ailments that our society needlessly suffers from. We’re going to expand the conversation this year and begin to investigate all types of chronic ailments. I hope this project helps moves us all in a positive, hopeful, and productive direction.

-Dr. Neal Schwartz



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Dr. Neal’s Lingo: “Inclusive Physician”










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How to Get off Birth Control Pills

Friday, November 11th, 2016



FAQ: “Dr. Neal, how do I get off the birth control pill without losing total control of my skin??”



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Dr. Neal’s Lingo: “Skin Resilience”










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FAQ: “Does Dryness Cause Oiliness??”

Sunday, December 1st, 2013

Today we will be laying another common misconception to rest.
Inconsistent claims of dryness, oiliness, and counterintuitive theories will no longer create confusion or frustration for acne sufferers.

Here’s today’s offering:






Dr. Neal’s Lingo:
“Reactive Oiliness”
“Troubled Skin”



Here are a few other misconceptions laid to rest earlier this year:






See one, gain hope, get inactivated. Then make one, and give hope.
(That’s the movement of The Acne Practice)






©2013 “Does Dryness Cause Oiliness??” by Dr. Neal Schwartz

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  1. Laura Says:

    Dear dr neal,
    My daughter is a participant in your program currently. She will be in an area out of reception over this long weekend. She has her kit and has promised to do her routine diligently, but will be unable to log onto your website nightly. I hope this is acceptable for your program, please let me know if you have any questions. Laura.

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More Hope for 3D Scars

Thursday, November 14th, 2013

There’s nothing more depressing than the thought of “permanent scars”.

The internal conversation goes as follows:
“I’ll never look good”, “I’ll never get married”, “I’ll never be happy”

Allow me alleviate this nonsense today with yet another 3D scar video that shows exactly what is going on with this wear and tear.






Dr. Neal’s Lingo: “Semi-Permanent Scars” , “Wear and Tear”


Here’s another amazing case of 3D scars.

Here’s the photos for scientific study:








See one, gain hope, get inactivated. Then make one, and give hope.
(That’s the movement of The Acne Practice)





2 Responses to “More Hope for 3D Scars”

  1. Reese Says:

    I have the same case. But I think I’m more oily. What are the active ingredients of the products she used to be inactive from acne? When she finally overcome the activity and inflammation, was there changes in the products she’s using?

  2. Dr. Neal Says:

    hello Reese,
    Feel free to email me anytime on the home page, you can call also 🙂 (212) 869-1303
    I’ll be here for you,
    -Dr. Neal

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