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FAQ About Acne, Pimples & Acne Products


Many acne brands tell you their acne products will clear your skin FAST because it's powerful and that’s what you want, speed! However are the ingredients water and benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid? Then most likely you've already used those ingredients with little success. What if you got clear for a few weeks, would you use the same harsh acne drugs to stay that way? Do they even offer a drug free treatment for long-term clear skin? Long term use of some acne products can cause hyper-pigmentation, thinning of skin, premature aging and free radical damage. Drugs can also stop working, it's called drug residence and it's an endless cycle. With LEROSETT® you really can use the same products to get clear as you did to stay clear simply by adjusting the amount you use. With the LEROSETT® Clay Treatment you can mask up to 2 times per day with severe cystic pimples to get clear and then 3-4 times per week to stay clear. Some only need the LEROSETT® OTC Acne Face Wash medicated or non-medicated or include ClearPoint® Supplements to get clear or to stay clear, it all depends on your particular skin condition.

This is why you may need an acne expert to help you get clear and stay that way, we are here if you need help. When contacting Gunilla of Sweden® your phone call, email, consultation questionnaire and live chats will be answered by a licensed acne expert.


Is Acne curable?

There is no cure for acne. However, it can be controlled and prevented through treatment and proper care of the skin. Treating acne can be very tricky. The main ingredient in many of these products is water and Benzoyl Peroxide or synthetic salicylic acid. These ingredients are sometimes effective in getting rid of acne, but they can be very damaging to your skin. These treatments work by killing some bacteria, long-term use of these products will cause thinning of the epidermis and excessive drying. This is counterproductive and will actually cause breakouts. This fact leads to the theorizing that this is why acne products use these drugs. Like caffeine or alcohol, you get hooked. Salicylic acid is like alpha hydroxy acid its an exfoliant and does not have the same problems as anti bacterial products.

People with acne are usually not aware that if 100% of the bacteria was killed, your acne would still come back. Bacteria is a side effect of your pores becoming clogged again, causing an infection and the bacteria starts to grow all over again. Another risk is increased sensitivity to UV Rays from the sun, which can lead to premature aging and skin cancer. When looking for an acne treatment, it is best to look for products that are nutrient rich. If you consider that your skin can only absorb a small percent of what you put on it, you want to make sure that the products you use are high quality and are loaded with nutrients and anti oxidants and not mostly just water.

Why does my acne keep coming back?

In short you keep shedding dead skin cells, not so much the top of the skin but the walls of the follicle or pore. You never stop shedding skin so you always get clogs that back up oil and bacteria in the oil multiples and you get your pimples again. This is why there may never be a real cure for acne; most skin diseases do not have real cures, eczema, and rosacea psoriasis, all, no cure. The real question is why do some peoples follicles hold onto clogs while others don't? And lots of people have VERY oily skin and not a pimple in sight, so its not the oil. Most likely its genetic.

Many acne products are antibacterial. The bacteria becomes acclimated to the drug and the product stops working. It’s the same with antibiotics. Acne is not like a urinary tract infection where you can kill all the bacteria and the infection is gone. With acne you will never kill all the bacteria, so antibiotics have to be used long term and if they are, you risk creating super bacteria. Many doctors no longer give antibiotics for acne. There are acne products that have drugs like benzoyl peroxide and sulfur that temporarily dry out pimples. These drugs are created for short term use (a week or two) and do nothing to prevent the reason the pimple started to begin with, the clog in the pore and the extra oil or sebum below it. Your skin will then naturally compensate for the lost oil, creating more oil, and causing your acne to come back, most likely worse than before and often with noticeable skin damage. Even if a drug or antibiotic killed 100% of all the bacteria, your acne would still come back because you will still shed dead skin cells and they will still get stuck in the pore causing an infected oil backup and more pimple. Acne is inflamed by pores clogged with oil, dead skin cells and impurities.

Your skin care regime is critical, so you must be consistent. If your skin clears and you stop your skin care regime for just a day, microcomedones can start in your pores and you won't know it. It could take a month or more but that clogged pore will come back to haunt you as a pimple. Stopping your skin care regime is one of the main reasons your acne comes back.

The real problem with acne products is not so much the drug but the total lack of nutrients needed to heal your skin. That is exactly what your skin needs, it needs to heal. Acne products that are based on healing ingredients can be more effective because they contain the nutrients your skin needs to fight pimples. If you get a cut and use a band aid, do you just use a band aid or do you also use something to help heal the cut as well?

We are happy to advise a skin care regimen that can work for you, just click Contact Us or go to our chat window for assistance.

Are those acne product review sites for real?

Affiliate Web Sites

No. Most all acne review sites are called affiliate sites. Affiliate review sites are common in weight loss, supplements and now acne products. Affiliate review sites are paid a commission when you click what they recommend. There is a great conflict of interest when a reviewer is paid a commission by the brand they review. Notice there is no actual product testing or photos of people with acne. Affiliate review sites are commission generators and the law requires these sites to declare they're compensated.


Gunilla of Sweden® is a 29 year old organic skin care company with a A+ BBB Rating and was awarded as a top 25 small company in 2014. Our goal is to make the healthy and effective skin care products. We do not pay affiliate review sites for a 5 star rating. We let acne experts and dermatologists from hundreds of skin care clinics, our loyal customers and over 25 years of experience speak for us.

Since Gunilla of Sweden® does not support affiliate review sites we are often attacked with negative claims like we only have a 21-day refund policy or we hide our ingredient list.This is simply not true. We have a 90 day refund policy and you can find our ingredience on our website and on the products we sell.

Please allow us to state a few facts.
1. We have a 90-day return policy regardless if the product is open or used and all our ingredients are listed on each products ingredient tab.
Some acne brands offer a one year return policy. But only if the product has not been opened.
2. LEROSETT® acne products are considered High-Content Organic™ because they contain more oil-free organic plant that water.
3. Only our LEROSETT® Clay Treatment is 100% organic with no added chemicals.
4. Our customer service is top rated and licensed skin care professional are here to assist you.
5. We do not state that acne can be cured. We specifically state that no acne product can cure acne, none, no Rx or anti-biotic can cure acne. But your skin can be made clear through proper treatment.
All acne treatments are just that, treatments, not cures. However, just because you have pimples does not mean you have acne. You must have chronic, severe, deep pimples that easily cause scaring to have the skin disease acne, otherwise it's called problem skin. Everyone gets a few pimples every now and then and everyone cannot have a skin disease because of a few pimples.
6. To stay clear you must remain in treatment regardless of the acne product you are using. As long as your skin sheds dead skin cells, you will get clogs, and that can cause a oil back up and a pimple. This is why you need to use a gentle acne product like LEROSETT® that doesn't cause long term damage.
7. You can purchase LEROSETT® products at many top dermatology clinical and spas throughout North America and order them on line here. We have systems for clearing acne and for keeping your skin clear. Clearing systems and stay clear systems, we have experts here to help you decide depending on many factors. You don't need all the power to stay clear as you did to get clear. We feel that makes sense.

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Why does Benzoyl Peroxide have such a negative reputation ?

Once acne pimples are gone they often leave dark spot. This is called post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. While these spots can eventually fade, their presence can be very frustrating. The American Academy of Dermatology states that benzoyl peroxide prolongs the duration of acne-induced hyperpigmentation, especially in darker tones skin. Benzoyl peroxide acts like bleach, and will discolor some colthes it touches. Here is what a few acne specialists have to say. They explain a common problem and one reason we do not use benzoyl peroxide, an acne treatment that has been around for over 50 years. Some don't mind BP but why use it when LEROSETT® Clay is also effective with no added chemicals. LEROSETT® products makes you skin healthier and fights pimples too. If you feel parabens are a bad thing then BP is defiantly not the right choice.

My sister and I are both estheticians and business owners and we have each have been doing professional skincare for 9yrs. We chose Gunilla of Sweden® for our clients because we wanted a result oriented product for acne without using benzoyl peroxide. The reason for no benzoyl peroxide is that clients who had used it were now experiencing hyperpigmentation and thinning skin so, we really felt strong about weaning them off. When switching them over to LEROSETT® we and our clients have found great success in their battle against acne even the troublesome Adult cystic acne, which for us has helped build a strong trust between us and our clients. Thank you Gunilla of Sweden.
Sincerely, Heather Ramsey and Jennifer Neves, Sacramento Ca.

Does Poor Hygiene Contribute to Acne?

No. Dirt and surface oils cannot cause acne. This misconception probably comes from the fact that blackheads look like dirt stuck in the openings of pores. The black color is not dirt but simply oxidized keratin. In fact, the blockages of keratin that cause acne occur deep within the narrow follicle channel, where it is impossible to wash them away. These plugs are formed by the failure of the cells to separate and flow to the surface in the oil created there by the body. So standard washing of the face could wash off old oil and help unblock the pores. However, scrubbing your skin hard and frequently can actually make your acne worse. It can irritate the skin and cause your acne to be more inflamed. The best approach to hygiene and acne is to use a gentle face wash twice a day and be consistent with your skin care routine and acne treatment.

Can Changing My Diet Help Prevent Acne?

Maintaining a balanced diet and drinking plenty of water can help you maintain clear skin. Several nutrients and vitamins are known to help skin. With sufficient amounts of these vitamins in your day to day diet, your skin will be equipped to fight off acne and inhibit the overproduction of oil. Vitamin A: Retinol is the naturally occurring form of Vitamin A. It is found in fish oils, liver, and dairy products. Vitamin A in plants is found in yellow/orange fruits and vegetables like carrots, yams, apricots and cantaloupe, also vegetables such as parsley, kale and spinach. Retinol is known to help with cell turnover and can help skin stay smooth and acne free. Vitamin E: Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant. It protects your cells against free radicals, which are cell damaging by-products of our metabolism. Vitamin E also helps the immune system and skin repair process. Natural sources of Vitamin E can be found in almonds, sunflower seeds, peanuts, broccoli, wheat germ and vegetable oils. Vitamin B-2: Vitamin B-2 is helpful in alleviating stress, which in many cases can contribute to acne. Foods with B-2 include, whole grains, fish, milk, eggs, meat and leafy green vegetables. Vitamin B-3: Vitamin B-3 improves blood circulation that can, in turn, promote cell turnover and healthy skin. Resources of Vitamin B-3 include, peanuts, eggs, avocado, liver, and meats. Zinc: People with acne have been shown to have lower systemic levels of Zinc than those without acne. Zinc is an antioxidant that can boost the immune system. Zinc can aide in the removal of damaged tissue cause by acne, so the healing and repair of acne requires Zinc. Zinc is vital for the skin's repair functions, it also inhibits oil production. Zinc can be found in eggs, whole grains, nuts, mushrooms and especially LEROSETT® .

Who Gets Acne?

Anyone can get acne. While it is most common in adolescents and young adults, an estimated 80 percent of all people between the ages of 11 and 30 have had an acne outbreak at some point in their lives. Most people out grow their acne by the time they reach their 30's, but many struggle with it for their entire lives or don't have problems at all until they are older. Women who are pregnant or menstruating are more susceptible to breakouts due to hormone fluctuations. Studies have shown that genetics may play a part in whether one person is more acne prone than another. If your parents had acne, then there is a greater risk that you will struggle with it as well.

How Should People with Acne Care for Their Skin?

Your skin is the largest organ you have and like any organ, skin needs nutrients. Gunilla of Sweden® uses hydroponically grown, 100% organic Aloe as the base component in every product.

This means that even before any of the dozens of intended active ingredients that are added, like natural collagen, revitalin or elastin come into play, your skin has already received all 8 essential amino acids, and 11 secondary amino acids from our exclusive hydroponically grown aloe base component. In addition, our nutrient rich 100% organic botanical base component has over 100 vitamins like A, B, B2, B6, B12, C, and 20 mineral co-factors, such as calcium, iron, magnesium and potassium as well as 20-30 unique antioxidants like tocopherols, superoxide dismutase and flavonoid compounds that promote the natural self-repair mechanisms needed to heal mature and environmentally damaged skin.

Clean Skin Gently: Rough cleansing can aggravate acne. You should wash your face twice daily with a mild cleanser, as well as after heavy exercise. Make sure to spend at least 2 minutes gently rubbing the cleanser on to the skin in a circular motion. This will give the skin time to absorb the ingredients of the cleanser.

Moisturize: Make sure that you are using an oil free moisturizer to replenish your skin. Acne treatments almost always have a drying effect and the sebaceous glands can produce extra sebum to try to compensate for the dryness. This is a big contributor to breakouts because people with acne prone or oily skin are usually hesitant to use a moisturizer.

Avoid Frequent Handling of the Skin: Avoid rubbing or touching skin lesions. Squeezing, picking, or popping pimples before they are ready to be extracted can lead to scarring and dark blotches.

Avoid Sun Damage: Many people believe that being in the sun can help clear up acne. The truth is that it only makes the skin appear darker, therefore the redness of acne lesions are less visible. Acne medications can make the skin more sensitive to sunlight. Sun damage can increase your risk of skin cancer and also cause premature aging.

Choose Cosmetics Carefully: Cosmetics such as foundation, blush, eye shadow, and hair care products can easily be a contributor to acne breakouts. You must read the ingredients and make sure there are no pore clogging elements in what you are putting on your skin. Look for non-comedogenic and oil-free products.

What Do I Need To Know About Prescription Acne Medications?

Oral or topical antibiotics are the most popular treatments for acne among Dermatologists. There are two reasons that should make you wary of these treatments. One, the overuse of antibiotics is a common worry these days because of the creation of resistant strains of bacteria as well as the long-term health risks. These risks range from increased frequency of common colds to a dramatic increase in the risk of breast cancer. The second reason is that it is mostly ineffective. Even if we had an antibiotic that could kill 100% of the bacteria, you would still have an acne problem. The condition that causes pimples is caused by pores clogged with dead skin cells. The normal action of bacteria in the pores does have something to do with acne, but not as much as most people think. There are many risks to using antibiotics to treat acne: side effects such as recurring nausea, heartburn, interference with the useful bacteria in the digestive system, frequent vaginal yeast infections for women, possible permanent staining of the teeth, increase in colds, and possibly a link to breast cancer. A frequently used oral prescription is isotretinoin. FDA warnings about birth defects, liver damage, skeletal damage, and severe depression are well warranted. It is a potentially dangerous drug been recalled by its manufacturer due to the drug causing Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn's Disease, birth defects, Stevens-Johnson Syndrome and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis.

I'm an adult, why acne now?

It is becoming more and more common for young women who had no problems during their teen years to develop acne between ages 30-35. There are probably many reasons. One significant reason is related to the use of birth control pills. Birth control pills utilize two hormone groups that are synthetically made to mimic the ovarian cycle/ovulation processes that are normally at work during pregnancy. Specifically, birth control pills trick the ovaries into thinking the woman is already pregnant and ovulation does not occur. The synthetic hormones in most birth control pills have strong Androgenic (male hormone) side effects on sebaceous gland production of oil in the skin. Another possible reason for the 30 year-old onset of acne might relate to hormone adjustments after a pregnancy, nursing a child, or simply experiencing the stressful lifestyle so prevalent today with all the demands and time limits we impose on ourselves. Men may still have acne symptoms at age 30, but it is unlikely that acne will develop then for the first time. We are all still subjected to stress, and men may skip the gentle cleansing of facial areas after sports, etc., so acne can still be a problem.

Do all ethnic groups battle acne?

People in every ethnic group may have acne. The genetic component is still in effect. Each parent's family tree will have some effect on a specific persons acne. Significant factors include whether or not the skin is oily and the thickness of skin. Other factors, such as sun exposure, makeup and skin care products used, may influence breakouts as well. Blue eyed, lighter complexion persons usually have thinner and more dry skin as a rule. That group probably has less acne problems than some other groups.

If my mom or dad had acne, will I?

If your mom or dad had acne you may have a higher likelihood of developing acne at some time in your life than your best friend. This doesn't necessarily mean that you will have acne. In fact, you may never have acne. If your mom had acne, I'll bet she can share some secrets with you of things she tried that may have helped the symptoms of her acne.

Why are there so many acne brands?

The main reason is because there is no cure so people keep buying different acne products looking for a cure that doesn’t exist. There is very little difference between most acne brands. If you look at the active ingredients, most of them use the same two drugs and the main ingredient is almost always water. The more nutrients in your skin care, the healthier your skin can be. We recommend using nutrient rich organic aloe based acne products for the reason of better health and results.

Why do some acne products stop working?

Like any drug, your body becomes acclimated and you need more of it to continue. Your body knows the difference between natural and synthetic ingredients. That’s why the more natural the ingredients, the less likely your skin will become acclimated.

Do only teenagers get acne? No. Most teens don’t really have acne, just problem skin. Remember, acne is a skin disease that is chronic. Keep in mind there is a difference between acne and hormonal skin.

Does stress cause acne?

Yes. Stress can increase the hormones that cause problems for the sebaceous glands. This can cause pimples, but we do not know if stress can cause acne.

Does makeup cause acne?

No, makeup can increase the amount of pimples but it cannot cause the disease. This is because the makeup is clogging the follicles/pores. Using a non-comedogenic makeup might help to stop the clogs, but it’s not 100% sure.

What is Acne?

For most people, acne is an inherited condition of the pores. When someone is prone to acne, their pores clog with dead skin cells much faster than normal. Healthy pores shed about one layer of dead skin cells per day inside the pore, but acne-prone pores shed up to five layers of dead skin cells per day. The body just can’t keep up with keeping the pore clear. Technically, this is called “retention hyperkeratosis” — dead skin cells shedding more quickly than the pore can expel them. Hormonal fluctuations trigger more oil production inside the pore. Normally, this isn’t a problem because the dead skin cells don’t get trapped. But with acne prone-skin, when the dead skin cells shed more quickly and form a blockage, the perfect environment for the P. Acnes bacteria is created. The oil is a nutrient for the bacteria, so the bacteria proliferates. So you see, bacteria is not the “cause” of acne, it is the effect of too many dead skin cells. This is an important distinction to remember.

Do men and women differ in how they get acne?

Acne affects men and women with roughly the same frequency, though there are some gender differences in how acne is expressed. Women are often affected by acne flare-ups related to hormone changes connected with their menstrual cycles, pregnancy or with the onset or cessation of oral contraceptive use. Men, possibly due to their higher concentrations of androgen hormones, are somewhat more likely to experience more severe and long-lasting forms of acne than women.

I scrub and scrub my face but I still get acne. What's my problem?

Strangely enough, maybe the problem is the scrubbing. Too vigorous scrubbing or the use of harsh cleansers can sometimes make the problem of acne even worse. Face skin should be cleaned gently in the morning and evening, and after heavy exercise.

At what age can I start using LEROSETT products?

Since everyone's skin is different, it's impossible to give one "right" answer. Usually, the onset of acne occurs between the ages of 10 and 13, and it is appropriate to begin using LEROSETT products at any point during this period or after.

Does the sun help acne?

Many patients feel that sunlight improves their acne lesions and go to great lengths to find sources of ultraviolet light. There is no proven effect of sunlight on acne. In addition, ultraviolet light in sunlight increases the risk of skin cancer and early aging of the skin. It is, therefore, not a recommended technique of acne management, especially since there are many other proven forms of treatment for acne. Moreover, many acne treatments increase the skin's sensitivity to ultraviolet light, making the risk of ultraviolet light exposure all the worse.

Can I squeeze my pimples or extract them?

An infected pimple is your body's way of getting rid of infection or puss. There is nothing wrong with you speeding up the process by squeezing out the infection. The reason some say not to pop a pimple is because most people are too aggressive and don't know how to extract properly. They can easily damage you're skin, usually causing a scar, so statistically its better to tell everyone not to touch their pimples and let their doctors do it.

However, if you have LEROSETT®, take your time and wait for the pimple to come to a head then pop it, but not before. This is where LEROSETT® comes in. LEROSETT® can pull that infection to the surface. After the initial extraction use a cotton ball to absorb any extra fluids that may come out. Then, after extraction, you apply LEROSETT® several times and overnight. As the clay dries it can absorb the remaining infection and tighten the opening, eliminating most of the potential for scarring. Spot treatments may need to be repeated 5-10 times over the next 24-48 hours before all the fluid is absorbed and the opening closes.

A pimple is ready for extraction when it comes to a head. At this point it must be extracted carefully to avoid scarring or infection. Please follow these steps below to extract the pimple safely. If you are having difficulty seek a licensed skin care professional to assist you. Here is what you've been waiting for: Permission to engage in extraction as it is called in the doctor's office. Picking is a double-edged sword. If you pick a new, developing lesion, you may drive it deeper and cause greater inflammation and potentially deeper scarring. On the other hand, if a lesion is a mature pustule with a head as mentioned above, proper extraction can speed healing, stop tissue digestion and reduce scarring. It's all a matter of doing it right.


Is There More Acne Today or Just Acne Products?

The term acne is being thrown around these days like it's an epidemic. It's not. It is hard to define acne because acne is considered to be a disease that is controllable but not curable. A few pimples do not make a disease. Almost every teenager in America gets pimples. Does this mean that every teenager in America has an incurable skin disease? No, they don't and you may not have acne either. Most people have what's called hormonal pimples, teen related problem skin, stress induced problem skin or just clogged pores (comedones) that cause pimples. They don't really have the real skin disease known as acne.

Occasional pimples and blemishes occur naturally and they're common. It does not mean you have acne. In the case that you have had chronic prolonged pimples for many years that won't go away no matter what you do, then you may have acne and if you have cystic acne you will for sure know it. The majority of people have what's called problem skin pimples, not acne. Either way, LEROSETT® is the right option because its good for your skin long-term.

A Simple Way to Understand Pimples and Acne:

Acne is complicated, hormones, genetics, etc. and no one knows how to cure it. However, pimples are easy. They're almost always dead skin cells that get caught in your follicles and back up the sebum 'oil'. As sebum backs up bacteria starts to multiply and you get a red, swollen and infected pimple. This is not acne, this is a pimple. The good news is we can clear your pimples with LEROSETT®, but it's like your teeth, just because they're clean after brushing doesn't mean you stop brushing them every day. Acne = Pimples but Pimples Do Not = Acne.


Oil production and bacteria play a part, but pimples are really all about clogs. The average adult is carrying about 5 pounds of dead skin cells on their body at any one time, amazing but true. This means you have close to a 1/4 pound of dead skin cells on your face now. It's no wonder that dead skin cells clog your follicles and seed new pimples at the rate they do. About 75% of what you think is dust in your home is really human skin cells. When you mask every day with LEROSETT® Clay you are removing dead skin cells before they have a chance to get stuck in your follicles/pores and seed a pimple. After 2-4 weeks your pimple cycles can start to fade. Then you use less and less LEROSETT® until you find the application balance that keeps you clear.



How the LEROSETT® Organic Acne Method Works
LEROSETT® works by healing the skin. By using our hydroponically grown super aloe or our proprietary micronized clay as the main ingredients your skin will respond differently than if water was the main ingredient.


LEROSETT® Clay Treatment and LEROSETT® Aloe Moisturizer are the central items in the LEROSETT® Organic Acne Method. This is the organic clearing method that removes pimples by removing clogs and cutting the oil production naturally using organic aloe, clay and supplements all depending on your acne severity. You may need more than just the clay. The aloe-based moisturizer is just as important as the clay because the organic aloe can effectively aid in healing and it should be used after a full facial mask to moisturize and help heal. If you have very oily skin you may need to add ClearPoint® . ClearPoint® supplements can significantly cut sebum "oil" production so there is little oil under the clog to become infected. If you have deep acne you may need to add the LEROSETT® OTC Acne Face Wash to use before or in-between clay masks. Also, these items may only need to be used during your clearing phase. Once clear, one or two items may be all you need to stay clear.

Getting clear and staying clear must be approached in different ways because they require differing strengths for different types of acne. That's why acne products that are used to clear your skin and also used to keep your skin clear will either be too weak to get you clear or too strong to keep you clear, usually they're too strong because the user wants fast results. The side effects can be thinning skin, hyper pigmentation, premature aging and much more.

The LEROSETT® Acne Method avoids the too strong or too weak issue by using specific products for specific needs be it an acne system, clearing system or individual products for a custom regimen. Our licensed acne experts are standing by to help you understand your skin and to finally get clear and stay that way.
It's the healthy way to finally get clear skin in a natural way that works and is customizable to every persons specific needs and condition over the long-term.

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Key facts about treating acne and acne products

  • Acne like eczema, psoriasis rosacea and hundreds of other skin problems are chronic and incurable skin diseases. There is no medically proven way to cure acne. However acne IS treatable. It is often better to forget about the acne and just deal with clearing pimples. Pimples are much easier to deal with than acne.
    You can get clear skin fast but you must remain in treatment to keep it that way.
    Like loosing weight, once you loose it you're not done. You have to continue with the new lifestyle or it comes back, it's the same with acne.
    The term acne relates more to the why your getting scar causing deep pimples by the dozens. It's about why your pores are holds onto the clogs that back up oil when the next persons pores doesn't. A pimple is the side effect, you need pimples to have acne, but you don't need acne to have pimples. Pimples are common, we know why teens get them, testosterone and other hormones that will go away, this is not the case with acne.
  • Most acne products are designed to clear skin fast, so they use harsh drugs. Those drugs may work for a few weeks, but once you’re clear, those drugs can be too strong for daily use. Like most drugs, you can build immunity to them.
  • No one knows what causes acne. It can be anything from genetics, hormones, diet, stress etc. If one person says they found a cure it doesn’t mean it will also work for you. You may have acne for a different reason than the other person, that’s why acne is so complicated.
    “Don’t let anyone convince you they have found a cure for acne when the Mayo Clinic has not.”
  • Even defining acne is difficult, but pimples are easier. Pimples are caused by dead skin cells that clog your follicles causing oil to backup. The follicle becomes infected and you get a pimple.
  • The good news is you can achieve clear skin by treating the clogs that cause pimples and cutting the oil or sebum underneath the clog regardless of your acne type or condition.
    “For any acne product to be effective you must continue to use it every day. Consistency is your best weapon against acne, when you stop treatment your pimples will usually come back because you’re always shedding more dead skin cells and creating more ”sebum' oil.”
  • Do not be fooled by acne diet books or Internet products that are not medically reviewed or supported by qualified acne experts.
  • Acne and pimples are not really the same thing. Acne means you have chronic deep cystic pimples that can cause serious scarring, but pimples do not mean you have acne because everyone gets occasional pimples.

Disclaimer: The information contained on the Gunilla of Sweden® web site is provided for your general information only. Gunilla of Sweden® does not give medical advice or engage in the practice of medicine. Gunilla of Sweden® under no circumstances recommends particular treatment for specific individuals. If you are not sure about your condition see a physician. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease

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