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How to “Resolve All Concerns” in Acne Bootcamp

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

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

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A Day in the Life of The Acne Practice

Friday, June 7th, 2013

The movement is rocking this month with multiple contributions from all over the world.

Today’s video details the journey of an international client in Dr. Neal’s Acne Bootcamp.
(also treated for seborrheic dermatitis and rosacea as well)

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

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  1. Allison Clark Says:

    This is a really inspirational video. I wish this man tons of success and joy! Thank you Dr. Neal for being so dedicated. Hope is priceless. More people will find it because of these videos.

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“Movement is the Real Medicine”

Saturday, May 25th, 2013

This video is intended to alter our global approach to health care.

No more fear of food, no more fear of socializing or participating in life.

When we become strong through daily actions, we become resilient and fearless of all disease.

(click title above if video does not show in your email)

In my opinion, any political conversation or global discussion about health care will need to prioritize the lessons of this video if they intend on making any real impact on our society.

Please spread this video to progress our culture in a positive direction.
-Dr. Neal

©2013 “Movement is the Real Medicine” by Dr. Neal Schwartz

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Witness the Evolution of Medicine

Sunday, March 31st, 2013


For the past 30 years, the typical order of operations for a serious case of acne like the one above were as follows:

1) Wait for a doctor’s appointment for 3-8 weeks. This critical waiting period would risk worsening the condition and would risk more wear and tear.

2) Start a standard cocktail of Rx. topicals, oral antibiotics, and hormonal treatment that both you and your doctor are not confident will bring total inactivation or satisfaction. (but must be done in order to justify going on accutane for a severe case)
To protect him or herself from a malpractice case, your doctor must build a justification for accutane in case something goes wrong with the heavy treatment. They can then make the logical argument, “she had already tried everything else and was not responding to treatment. There was nothing else we could do”

3) Get on accutane after wasting months creating new wear and tear.

4) Possibly go into remission or relapse one year later, and a patient ends up at a new dermatologist’s office frustratingly starting this 30 year old algorithm all over again.

5) Often times a patient gets some sense of inactivation years later, possibly doing accutane two more times. After 3 more dermatologists, this patient is often left to soften up scars for the next several years that were created while fumbling around with this condition for half a decade. (reminder: time = scarring)

This is what has been happening for the past 30 years. As both a patient and a doctor, I have always felt this algorithm to be mediocre, uninspired, and frankly, an injustice for those who are extremely motivated to get healthy as fast as possible.

Unfortunately, This algorithm still continues to this day in 2013. Even after i post the severe cases, there are people who still quote the common misconception:

“my doctor told me severe acne can’t be beaten topically”

(This may be true for doctors who are 10 years behind the current evolution of medicine)


Here’s how this particular mega case went down and how all future serious acne treatment will go down once everyone makes the realization that medicine has evolved and that the standard acne algorithm is bringing disatisfaction, heartache, and imbalance to millions of people around the world.

Here’s exactly what happened here:

1) This teenage girl and her mom witnessed several severe case testimonials in HD, gained real confidence that her condition was treatable, ordered a starter kit, and then prepared mentally for the upcoming bootcamp program.

2) 2 days later, she received her kit, and began acne bootcamp. (notice the time efficiency here as real treatment begins immediately to specifically prevent more wear and tear)

3) She emailed several times per week when concerned, worked hard to get focused photos, and participated online with the interactive videos every single day.

4) She achieved inactivation in a few months, and softened dark marks and scars within a few months after inactivation.

5) She decided to share her story and cropped photos with the world to help everyone else learn that the 30 year old medical algorithm for acne has finally evolved and that justice has finally been achieved in a formerly broken system.

6) In sharing her story,

she further proves the reality that severe acne can always be treated topically.

The untouched body of evidence speaks loudly and the misconceptions of acne have now been left in the past where they belong.

Please inform your doctors of the evolution of medicine regarding this chronic condition. They can call me anytime if they would like to learn more about treating severe acne without oral medications. You can call me as well if still troubled by this stubborn condition.

The movement towards a functional health system will require that everyone cares enough to improve upon an ailing world.

If you would like to contribute to the evolution of our health care system, Please spread, re-post, and share this hard evidence with your doctors, friends, and family.

Here’s the link to this video:

Here’s the link to this blog post:

Thanks for your caring and pursuit of a better system,
-Dr. Neal

©2013 “Witness the Evolution of Medicine” by Dr. Neal Schwartz

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  1. Leslie Viviana Says:

    Wow !! this is the most incredible transformation!! Unbelievable and undeniable!!!

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Understanding the Phenomenon of Hopelessness

Thursday, February 7th, 2013

This video captures an intimate view of the one real disease of humanity.

©2013 “Understanding the Phenomenon of Hopelessness” by Dr. Neal Schwartz

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  1. britt Says:

    Dear Dr.Neal I have very very fair skin and have moderate acne here and there. I
    At one point had a breakout of 3 pimples on my cheek. I don’t remember popping them. They left a red mark on my as
    Skin and it has been about 4 months. Or so and they have yet to fade. I do not know if that is considered hyperpigmentation or if its just hurt skin. My skin is flat in those areas bu
    But I still don’t understand why it is not my normal skin color
    And they r in the same spot meaning I haven’t got te
    Got anymore red marks please clarify. What this is and why it hasn’t gone away and what I can do
    To help it

  2. admin Says:

    hey Britt,

    I’m in the ask Dr. Neal section of the home page if you need. It takes me 1-3 days to respond.

    Dr. Neal

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