- An Introduction
"What is Acne?"
By : Rudy Silva
Acne is a disease called seborrhea or seborrheic dermatitis. It occurs when the sebaceous
glands, under your skin, become contaminated with oily toxic matter, which contains,
excess sebum oil
Under normal conditions the sebaceous glands release oil that comes up through your pores onto the skin surface.
This release keeps your skin moist and lubricated for protection from the environment.
If the pores on your face are not open it creates toxic oil that cannot move out onto your skin. This results in a
growth or pimple that start to increase in size as more toxic oil tries to reach the surface of your skin.
If the pore walls burst under the skin, white blood cells move in to digest the collagen around the pores. When
this happens, you will have scars on your face.
To avoid having scars, you need to start an acne-clearing program as soon as you notice acne to prevent pimples and
black heads get to the point where they get severely infected and burst.
Clearing Your Acne
Acne is a complex condition that involves many parts of the body even though it shows up as only eruptions on the
face and elsewhere on your skin. It is a signal that you have problems within your body. It can be caused by a
toxic colon, poor digestion of food, weak liver and other conditions that cause the blood to carry too much
To clear acne it is not always possible to just do one thing like using a special cream or diet and expect it to
disappear although it is possible. A facial cream, diet, herbal treatment, colon cleanse or any combination might
or might not be able to clear acne.
For those that need more than Scotty's Acne Cream and need to work harder to get rid of acne! Since acne is a
condition that occurs from within your body and exhibits on the outside of your body, you need to:
Attack acne from inside your body
Attack acne from outside your body
If your acne is not to severe, all you might need is a good cream. If it is more severe, than you may have to do
more since acne is an expression of your whole body and is a reflection of what is going on inside your mind, cell
structure and internal organs.
Acne is an excessive toxic condition within your body which the internal elimination organs are unable to control.
Toxins move into your blood and are excreted through your skin. It is an automatic survival mechanism your body
initiates in an effort to protect itself - cells, liquid, blood, organs, and tissues.
You need to look at:
Keeping your face clean
Using a good acne face cream
Making changes to your diet
Getting plenty of sun, air, and water
Vitamins you need to be taking
Minerals you should be taking
Special supplements to take
Herbal mixture to use or drink
Special detoxifying drinks or supplements to take
Brushing your skin
Change your attitude
Keeping your face clean
If you use face cosmetics, you need to stop. Some cosmetics irritate the skin and can cause acne by plugging up the
pores on your face. Cosmetics chemicals that can cause you the most skin and pore irritation and inflammation
Look at the label of the cosmetics you use. You will find that many cosmetics, soaps, and sunscreens contain these
Find a water base make up, not an oil base. Find one that does not irritate your face and use it sparingly
When you wash your face don't use any commercial soaps since they are filled with chemicals that will irritate and
worsen your acne condition. And don't excessive wash your face as this will dry your skin of the natural protective
oil. Also, don't keep touching your face since you spread or add bacteria to it.
To wash your face use only,
Castile hand or liquid soap
Pure glycerine hand soap
You can pat your face with a clean hot face towel to bring circulation to it and to help open and move the toxic
material, in the pimple, to the surface. Do not scrub hard but just lightly to burst a pimple when it is ready to
open. Use the hot towel application only 2-3 times per week.
When a pimple is open do not continue to rub or scrub it. In fact do not pick or scratch an open pimple since this
could create other sores or leave scars that are difficult to remove. Just washing your face with clean soap will
keep your face free of toxic matter.
Keep in mind: Whatever you put on your skin will move into your skin and into your bloodstream. Most commercial
creams, lotions, and soaps are filled with all kinds of chemicals that are toxic to your body. By using them you
are making your liver work harder.
During the day or at night avoid resting your cheeks or chin on your hand(s) or arm(s). This can irritate your face
and cause acne to breakout. When you sleep, try to sleep on your back and not with your face or side of the face
into your pillow.
After you have washed your face with a chemical free soap, use an applicator to dip into your face cream. Place the
cream on your face and spread it all around. Massage it gently so the skin absorbs the oils in the cream. These
oils will seal the pores, hold the natural moisture of the skin and enhance the curing effects of the cream. You
can use cream 2-3 times a day. It is best to use it after you have cleaned your face in the morning and right
before you go to bed. You can also use it during noontime.
You can use cream under your makeup or over your makeup. It will work either way. However, it will work better on a
You will notice that when you apply the cream it will tingle in areas without sores and may sting in areas of open
sores. This will pass and as it does it should reduce the itchiness of any sores.
Scotty’s Acne Cream: This cream has allantoin, which will help to clear acne sores. The oils, vitamin A and E, and
minerals in Scotty's will help to feed, rebuild, and rejuvenate your skin. The minerals also help to neutralize the
toxic acids that have contaminated and inflamed pores on your face. During cleansing and fasting, more acid waste
may come out of your pores. The cream will help you to reduce the inflammation and spread your acne.
Tree Tea Oil
To make cream even more powerful, you can add 5-10 drops of pure tree tea oil to a two-ounce container. Experiment
with the amount to add. You may want to add more but do not use more than 15 drops. Tree tea oil has been found to
be effective in various skin disorders. It acts as an antiseptic, antifungal, and antibacterial. This oil helps to
bring oxygen to the skin cell, which kills bacteria and fungus and helps to repair damaged skin caused by acne.
There is one more thing that you can add to acne face cream that will boost its clearing power - borage oil. Borage
oil contains EPA and DHA, which helps to control excessive hormones that cause the over production of sebum.
The adrenal glands produce streams of androgens during puberty. These large quantities of androgens help to
activate bone growth and assist in bringing forth sexual maturity. A side effect of these androgens is the release
of excess oil from the oil glands near the hair follicle. This excess gives rise to:
Here's what you can do to make your face cream even more effective,
Mix one or two capsules of Borage oil into your cream
Do this by cutting the tip off of the Borage oil softgel and squeeze the oil into the cream
There is a new form of EPA and DHA that is available in a product called Neptune Krill Oil (NKO)
Neptune Krill Oil (NKO)
NKO is the new EPA and DHA product, which maybe better to use than Borage Oil. NKO has omega-3, EPA and DHA in the
phospholipid form, which is easier for your cells to absorb compared with Borage oil. Borage oil contains omega-3,
EPA, and DHA in triglyceride form, which is more difficult for cells to absorb. One other good property of NKO is
that is does not have to be refrigerated like Borage. It can be kept in a cool place. However, it does cost more
than Borage oil.
Word of Caution: As with all creams and oils, if you get any rash or skin reactions when using them,
discontinue their use.
Use a good face cream to help clear your acne. You can boost the power of this cream by adding tree tea oil and
borage or NKO oil.
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