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FAQ’s: Resistance? Pregnancy? Side Effects? Movie Stars?

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

This single follow up video captured many frequently asked questions.

I’ll outline them all here:

FAQ #1: “Will Dr. Neal’s products work for a little while and then stop working. I’m scared it will one day not work?”

Answer: There is no resistance or immunity seen in this practice. If the products aren’t working perfectly, you will be expected to simply ask Dr. Neal.
(see the video below)

FAQ #2: “Can I use Dr. Neal’s Acne Bootcamp while I’m pregnant?”

Answer: Yes. (see full video below)

FAQ #3: “Will Dr. Neal’s products hurt my skin in any way? I’m scared to use acne medications”

Answer: These products do not harm the skin. If used properly, they can be used as an anti-aging program. (see video)

(this beautiful actress has been on the products for over 10 months. Notice the overall natural health of her skin)


FAQ #4: “Is Dr. Neal’s acne bootcamp good for models and actors who need High Definition quality skin?”

Answer: Yes. We have many models, actors, and entertainers in this practice. We have fixed up leading actors in blockbuster movies and have many clients who act on Broadway. We have many on TV series both in NY and LA, and many who model for a living in New York. (see video below)


6 Responses to “FAQ’s: Resistance? Pregnancy? Side Effects? Movie Stars?”

  1. Darren Elkins` Says:

    Another amazing video! What is it going to take for all of the sceptics out there, to finally realize that this program is changing lives! You saved my life and I’m sure countless others! Keep up the good fight Doc!!

  2. Angel moua Says:

    Does this product work on illy skin? Because my skin tends to be oily all the time and I brake out and sometimes it doesn’t. Also my face and especially my forehead is always shiny. Will this product work on my face or body?

  3. Cherese Y. Says:

    Once the acne is gone will this product need to be used for the rest of your life to continually keep the skin clear? I know I’m not the only person to ask this. However, I have found nothing that addresses this question in the FAQ’s. Thank you for posting so much comprehensive information!

  4. admin Says:


    Similar to a healthy body, anyone who seeks healthy skin will have to take some type of action for a lifetime. Whether you need only a simple shower, a single product, or multiple products depends on how stubborn your skin is. Some people use these products occasionally and others keep them going daily as needed. The refills are less expensive at 20-35 per product.

    hope that helps,
    -Dr. Neal

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Chronic Mini Bumps

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010


These flesh colored mini bumps can drive people crazy.

Here are some observations I have made about them over the years:

1) They are more difficult to extinguish than people originally expect.

2) Humidy often times makes them worse. I used to call them humidity bumps on myself many years ago. (I’ve experienced many variations of this relentless condition)

3) They often times fail all standard acne treatments. (i.e. don’t be baffled if you have failed everything for these bumps)

4) They are almost universally downplayed by others. (have them read the post called “control issues” if they can’t understand)

5) They are often times misdiagnosed as anything but plain old acne. When frustrated by failure, patients and doctors start creating new diagnoses for plain old stubborn conditions.

Here’s a major case study of an acne variation I like to call “Mini Bumps”
(Possibly the first and only case study of its kind. View Full Screen.)


©2010 “Chronic Mini Bumps” by Dr. Neal Schwartz

5 Responses to “Chronic Mini Bumps”

  1. msminiqueen Says:

    Thank You for posting this. Mini bumps are acne too and they have the same emotional toll. I am so happy to see minibumps are controllable. wow! amazing! I have a question about acne “icepick” scarring and other scarring. How do you deal with those type of after affects?

  2. Emily Says:

    My skin is almost identical to hers, I just turned 20.! I have recently steered toward natural healing..I’ve been watching videos…very intrigued.

  3. Christina Waters Says:

    Wow, I am and have been suffering from the same condition since I was about 14. My acne completely cleared up at age 16 when I got on birth control and was managable up until 2009 when I got married and got off birth control. I have watched several of the videos and I am VERY interested.

  4. Marie Says:

    How did you cure her chronic mini bumps? I have them too. I watched the video, but I didn’t catch the exact regimen of your acne boot camp program that you put her on to clear these mini bumps up! I will literally be trying this as soon as you say what it is! 😀

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“Self-Victimization” (part II)

Sunday, December 27th, 2009

FAQ:      “Hi Dr. Neal,  my acne is not as severe as some of your bigger cases.  Do you think “non-inflamed” acne is also treatable??”

Answer: Every Case of Acne is both treatable and preventable.

There are no exceptions to this rule.

There are several missions involved in this groundbreaking video project.

Here are the clear, unwavering points being proven by the expanding gallery every month:

1) All Severe cases are treatable despite prior failure

2) All mild and moderate cases are treatable despite prior failure

3) Like many treatable chronic situations, Acne is a self-victimizing condition  (click the link to learn more–“part I”)

4) Acne comes with many emotional problems that were originally caused by acne itself,  but then manifest as their own entity until directly healed.

5) Hormonal Acne, Adult acne, Genetic Acne, Post-Accutane Acne, and Special acne are all special terms for “plain old acne”  that can only lead to self-victimization.

6) Blackheads, “non-inflamed” bumps,  congested pores, pimples of all types, and cysts are all part of the same chronic condition of acne.  (many manifestations of the same condition)

7) By labeling your case of acne by the old terms,  “cystic acne”,  “non-inflamed acne”, blackheads, moderate, severe, mild, comedonal….,  you are creating a special condition from a typical situation.  This mistake creates a pathway to the emotional phenomenon of  “Self-Victimization”

*8)  Self-Victimization is the reason people needlessly suffer from treatable conditions for a lifetime.  It’s difficult to witness people constantly making this emotional mistake.

Watching people continue to make this emotional mistake is the fuel that keeps me writing and video taping.  If I put up big cases,  the mild cased people self-victimize themselves. If I put up women,  the men think their case is special. When I put up darker skin, the light skin people become victims.  If we celebrate stopping the oil,  the dry cases become “special”

I am witnessing this self-victimization every single day and it’s relentless.  I will endlessly fight this emotional decision with thousands of videos until popular thought overwhelms this mistake.

If you have already witnessed this type of behavior in your family members or friends,  let them know of this classic emotional mistake.   Needless suffering hurts us all.

Until this emotional concept and mistake becomes common knowledge in our society, there will always be people who mistakenly think their case is “special”

(this is universal to all treatable lifetime ailments,  not just treatable skin problems)

Fortunately for this particular emotional crusade,  there are videos already in the extended gallery of almost every situation.  Cystic, non-inflamed, light, dark, mild, moderate, severe, hormonal, genetic, adult, teen, seb derm, dry, oily, sensitive, women, men, post-accutane….

Those who have victimized themselves only need to watch them to see what is possible.

For today’s offering, specifically for those who are suffering from “non-inflamed” acne,

here’s some videos plucked out of the collection to help you see what is possible for any situation…

click link below for more videos———->


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Acne Misconception: “Oil Production Can Only Be Controlled Internally”

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

dreamstime_1694460Of the many acne misconceptions being propagated in the world, there are some popular thoughts that rarely get challenged.

One very popular acne misconception is the idea that oil production is not changeable by any means other than by internal changes in the body.  The idea that toxins are coming out through the pores of the skin has gained widespread popularity and from this premise, it only makes sense that you need to fix these “toxins” from the inside.

Another stance that is strongly held is that oil production is a direct and sole result of hormone levels.  Common sense would then dictate that hormones can only be altered from the inside.

The idea of changing oil production using topical preparations makes absolutely no sense if one is deeply rooted in the toxin or hormone philosophy.

Let’s revisit this widespread belief and see if it holds as much power as the hype would make it seem:

“Oil production can only be controlled Internally”      Truth or Misconception?

Argument for internal sole cause of oil production:

1)  Acne often occurs at puberty when hormone levels change.

2) Accutane is a an internal treatment that has helped control oil for millions of patients.

3)  Other hormone related oral medications have also been able to control oil.

4)  Holistic measures including nutritional changes, stress relief, lifestyle modifications, and behavior modifications have been shown to decrease oil production.

5)  Many people have failed topical treatments for oil production and at best only get temporary partial relief.

6) Severe acne has been shown to be caused by internal tumors and glandular disorders.

7) It has been proven in the lab that hormones directly influence the production of oil from the oil glands of the skin.  (universally accepted scientific studies)

*8)   Many people have oily skin despite amazing efforts using topical remedies.

Pretty strong argument here…,      Let’s take a look at the other side….

Argument that oil production is changeable using topical treatments:

1)  Millions of  people have been able to control oil production using all types of topical acne medications despite zero changes in lifestyle, diet, or stress.

2)  Hormone levels mostly come back normal when tested in very oily patients.   (why are they oily if their bloodwork is perfectly normal?)

3)  Many people with high levels of androgens or other hormones do not have oily skin.   (how is this possible if oil glands are controlled by hormones alone?)

4)  This practice has captured many cases of transformation of oil production without internal body modification of any sort.

5)  Individuals with perfect diets, great meditation, perfect bloodwork, ultra-fitness, and low stressed environments often times have severe oiliness.

So What’s the real story??

Here’s the reality.   Oil production is changeable by both internal and/or external influences.   This bottom line refers back to prior posts of self-victimization.  It is only those frustrated patients who have failed tremendous efforts to control their oil topically who will give in,  see the situation as a sole internal problem, and then use an excuse to rationalize why their special internal problem is unchangeable.    Seeing oily skin and acne solely as an internal problem is a set up for victimization because some internal problems are not easily treatable.  This misconception then creates an “untreatable” acne situation.    We know from the video gallery that this stance is misconceived.

Here’s the logic and breakdown in clear format to observe:

Inaccurate premise #1 :

Acne and Oil production are solely controlled by internal factors.

Premise #2  :

My internal medical disease is untreatable.    (possible reality or more of the same victimization for a different condition?)

Perfect Logical Conclusion: “My special case of Acne is untreatable”

(*remember:   Logic is not based in accuracy.  It is based in consistency)

Examples of this type of self-vicitimization are seen with those who suffer from PCOS, Strong family histories of acne, hormone imbalances proven by bloodwork, bowel disorders, systemic infections and infestations, and all other sorted medical diseases and “diagnoses”.

Dr. Neal’s Bottom Line:

While hormones or “toxins” due to stress, puberty, or real medical disease can and often do aggravate any acne situation,  they are neither the cause nor the sole source of cure for this complex condition.  In this practice,  it has been proven that all cases of oily skin, dry skin, and acne can be inactivated regardless of the mayhem that is going on internally.   Although we always make efforts to help people holistically and internally as well,  some are not willing to make lifestyle changes and still get perfectly clear in the practice.  Others come into the practice in amazing internal condition with only problems evident on their skin.   (see “Vegetarians with Acne”)

This bottom line will be addressed in the case studies below:

This patient was in top athletic physical condition and had a very conscious diet before coming to the office.   His only internal problem that was noted on day 1 was his anxiety caused by his oily skin.   Since he was in such peak physical condition,  i did not expend too much energy trying to help him internally.  Rather,  I treated the oil production topically and his anxiety dramatically reduced in weeks.

Many of the cases in the collection start off very oily and finish with minimal oil production.   Here’s another great example of mild acne and chronic oiliness that was completely controlled in a patient who was already very health conscious before coming to the office.

@2009     “Acne Misconception: “Oil Production Can Only Be Controlled Internally””      by  Dr. Neal Schwartz

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The Power of “The Home Version”

Thursday, September 17th, 2009

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He had a friend take this before video:  (followed by progress photos he sent us by email)

Here’s the next progress report he sent us:

Today’s email update:



This client has given us permission to show his prior emails during the course of his transformation:

Client Email  8/29/09

“My left side was horrific, just really bad – you can zoom in and see from the old pic especially, it’s a higher resolution photo, very high, and there’s redness, bumps, everything imaginable.

Dr Neal, I would literally come back from washing my face at night before I left with my one coworker who is friendly and sits across from me, practically crying, and I’d say, I just looked at my face in the mirror, and how can you sit across from me all day, it looks horrible, I told him I would never be able to tolerate looking at someone who looked so terrible.  I was almost suicidal.
You can even use the portion of this email with part of my story.  I’m not merely some teen who had bad acne, I’ve suffered for many, many years as an adult as well.  I’m 33 and I’ve had acne since I was 13.  There’s a lot of pain, shame, and self-hate that’s starting to lift.        Thanks again.”

Client Email  9/16/09

“Everyday my skin is clearer and clearer and I’m more and more amazed!

I am forever indebted to u. I will spread the word however I can. Let me know how I can help! I’ve no video camera, maybe u can video me when I come in for my free visit?”

Client Email 9/17/09

“This transformation is coupled in conjunction with my also being brave and venturing into a performing career, as well, something I’d hid under a bushel for 7 years!  People at work, just everyone is coming up to me, saying, man, your skin looks fantastic!  And when I tell them how short a period of time every day I spend on using the treatment and the short period of time (since 8th July 2009) this has taken to get to this point, they are astounded!

Thanks again!  Please show this one somewhere!  It is basically the same angle and the same distance in both pics and same use of light (bare sunlight through an exposed window).”

Here are other amazing Home Version Cases:

These clients are from all over the country and had previously failed “Everything” before stepping up to this comprehensive home program.

©2009 “The Power of “The Home Version””      by Dr. Neal Schwartz

7 Responses to “The Power of “The Home Version””

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Hello Dr Neal,

    First of all, I want to say…AMAZING!
    I can’t get my head around the fact that a handful of cleansers can make such a difference in a matter of weeks. I’ve been thinking about getting on the home version but I just don’t have the money for it right now. I’ve been trying to save and hopefully will save enough in a couple of weeks to afford the kits.
    When I told my esthetician about this program (Even showed her some videos), she said that cleansers can never cure or treat acne because they’re just not on your skin for enough time to make any difference. I actually though about the same thing but these videos make me think otherwise whenever I watch them.

    Also, I just wanted to ask you if we have any updates on Zoel who won the highonhealth bootcamp contest. I see a lot of posts on the forums and people have been asking about his progress but I don’t think he’s on those forums anymore. I’m sure all those people would love to hear his progress on your bootcamp program.


  2. admin Says:


    I’m glad these close ups have renewed your goals of finding total control of your skin and your life. We will not be victims to any situation in this lifetime.

    Last I heard Joel was feeling in good control of the activity. I haven’t heard in about a month, maybe he’ll update us soon…

    -Dr. Neal

  3. Dee Says:

    WOW! i keep coming back to this site, as i suffer from acne and am trying to decide whether to purchase your products. these results are mind blowing. i still find it so hard to think its real.

  4. Lucy Says:

    Dr. Neal, I have severe acne & right now I am using Rodan & Fields unblemish kit. These past two weeks, my face breaking out like the worst ever.. I have huge acne and it hurts… I have no confidence in socializing and making eye contact cause my face. I felt disgusting to see the pimples.. I am wondering if I send the pictures to you maybe you can help me and guide in using your product and throw that other junk… I need help

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