West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) April 25, 2014
Health writer Laura O'Connor recently investigated Acne No More to see if all the hype surrounding the product was legit.
Acne No More is essentially a guide that outlines a natural acne treatment regime that promises clear skin to people suffering from acne vulgaris (aka: zits, pimples), conglobata, rosacea, blackheads, whiteheads and cysts.
Unlike popular acne products such as Proactiv, whose ingredients typically contain benzoyl peroxide and/or salicylic acid, what makes the Acne No More system different is that it targets the body’s internal health instead of simply working on the surface of the skin.
In her review O’Connor first delves into the creator and background of the program. The Acne No More creator is Mike Walden, a nutritionist and writer who says he himself suffered from painful acne for 13 years.
He tried acne-fighting products and methods but none of them helped him get rid of his acne. O’Connor narrates, “So then he chanced upon the story of an elderly man who still had healthy skin due to holistic methods.” This was the spark that led him to create Acne No More.
In her review of the product O'Connor had mainly positive things to say. “Despite the hype surrounding the product Acne No More is definitely not a scam and really does work. What I like about the program is that it deals with acne from the inside out,” O’Connor says.
O'Connor adds, “It’s scientifically known that acne problems are beyond skin-deep. You have to address an internal imbalance using a holistic approach and this program does just that.... it uses natural methods that address the root cause instead of bombarding the body with drugs and harsh chemicals."
She also gives thumbs up to the program’s step-by-step easy to understand approach. Acne No More comes as a 220-page PDF guide along with other bonuses, lifetime program updates, and even one-on-one counseling with Mike Walden himself.
While the program gains mostly praise, O’Connor does mention the downside is that it requires a certain level of diligence in following the system. “This program requires some lifestyle changes and don't expect results overnight,” she warns.
In conclusion, O’Connor says Acne No More is a true in-depth acne solution that is recommended to anyone who has stubborn skin problems they can't seem to eliminate using other acne treatments. She recommends it to consumers, but reminds them to be diligent about following the regime.