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Acne and Pregnancy: The Silent Epidemic Revealed

Saturday, September 28th, 2013

Thanks to our expressive new clients and cell phone technology, the silent epidemic of conventional treatment failure is being vividly revealed. The time has come for everyone to see what I have witnessed for the past decade.


Witness the failure, heartache, and injustice of a system that allows people to easily slip through the cracks:



Recap of her story illustrating the epidemic of conventional treatment failure:

Antibiotics
Dermatologist
Birth Control Pills
Topicals
Inconsistent control
“Natural Route”
“Discouraged”
“You have to stop all treatment when you get pregnant, sorry, you have to suffer”





Her common story reminded me of several prior blog posts:



Pregnancy and Acne:

Case 1

Case 2

Case 3



“Dead End” with dermatologists: (see 7:53 for the “in the box” experience shown by her story also)



The Agony of Defeat: (written in 2008, shown again today, the epidemic is being revealed)






Click here for
“The Acne Awareness Rebate”



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





©2013 “Acne and Pregnancy: The Silent Epidemic Revealed” by Dr. Neal Schwartz

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The Movement Continues…

Sunday, May 13th, 2012

Here’s today’s contribution to the movement of The Acne Practice:




Every transformation brings hope to those still suffering.

Are you going to share your story to help others?




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Classic Acne Misconception: “Cystic Acne”

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

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While some misconceived thoughts about acne have been generated by public hype and mysticism, the idea of “cystic acne” is purely to blame on western medicine’s diagnostic language accidentally spilling into the public arena.

These arbitrary terms make more sense if you know how western medicine operates and evolves.


With the advent of more invasive and risky acne medications, doctors needed a cut-off of acne severity to justify when to take the risk of heavy treatment. This cut-off helped physicians weigh benefits of scar prevention and emotional preservation verses the risks of powerful systemic treatments of all kinds.

The cut-off made sense using the idea that someone with “cystic acne” had a serious health risk while those without cystic acne were more safe and maybe shouldn’t risk messing with a livable situation.

The classic western algorithm of topicals, oral antibiotics, hormonal treatment, and accutane has since grown and branched itself off this special cut-off we call cystic acne.

Here’s the problem:

When you categorize levels of a common chronic condition, you create special cases and victimization. In this case, it’s the doctors’ misunderstanding of acne as a whole that allows them to tell a patient, “I have bad news for you.., you have cystic acne”.

After hearing such a unique diagnosis, a patient can easily give in to hopelessness knowing that they have a special, rare, “internal”, and unbeatable disease.

It’s classic medicalization or what I call induced victimization. (a term I use to describe self-victimization that is generated by an authority figure)

In an effort to fix what has been broken for decades, allow me to correct the language of acne.
From now on, we will call all cases of acne “Plain Old Acne”, and understand that when it comes to all chronic conditions, there are no special cut-offs. Only shades of gray that have differing levels of inflammation. This new way of speaking about acne will not allow for any victimization as this project has already proven that all cases of acne are completely treatable without oral medications.

To further this line of thinking, here’s yet another severe case of acne that was treated without any oral medications, lasers, or dietary restrictions.

(the full screen button is in the lower right corner)

Bottom Line:

There is really no such thing as “cystic acne”. It is simply an arbitrary term used to help physicians make tough treatment decisions. There is, however, a chronic condition called plain old acne which can manifest in a variety of magnitudes.

Plain old acne is the same acne that was relentlessly battled in the 1950’s….
It has always been difficult and has hurt millions of people.
This reality combined with the video gallery will help create the optimal mindset for victory.

be well,
-Dr. Neal

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©2010 “Classic Acne Misconception: “Cystic Acne”” by Dr. Neal Schwartz

3 Responses to “Classic Acne Misconception: “Cystic Acne””

  1. qaiser Says:

    this is very good and i wnt tret ass well my face were is ur office

  2. dee Says:

    i have tears in my eyes watching these people tell there storys. alot of people dont have the money and cant pay alot for your treatments. please make it to where people can afford this help. i know people that want to die because of acne. and thats the truth! i’ve felt that way myself…so if you can stop acne, please help us do so!!!

  3. admin Says:

    hey Dee,
    I agree that this condition is completely ruining good people’s lives. The program is underpriced at this time. People often times get confused about this price because they are underestimating the condition. Essentially, people are seeking simple answers to difficult problems which often times causes frustration. 280 dollars for a fully supported life transformation seems reasonable to me. There is a future plan to further innovate the practice and make it more affordable to everyone in every language. This next level will require another 10,000 hours of preparation and will probably debut in 2013.

    take care,
    -Dr. Neal

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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)

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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)

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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:

    hello,

    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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FAQ: What if I’m Pregnant ??

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

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     Dr. Neal’s Acne Bootcamp has been approved for use in Pregancy and Lactation by many local OB/GYN physicians in the New York Area.    

To further reassure yourself that this program is safe during your pregnancy,  we recommend you ask your personal physician if there are any topical acne preparations they want you to avoid.  

 

You can email your list to Dr. Neal and he will make sure you receive a kit that suits your specific needs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here’s a video of a current patient who became pregnant while in the program.

 

2 Responses to “FAQ: What if I’m Pregnant ??”

  1. ccc Says:

    I knew it was only a matter of time before we’d see this happen; I just didn’t think we’d see…

  2. Limewire Download Says:

    I enjoyed readin ur blog mate, how long have u been blogging for u seem really good at this 🙂

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