The Root Cause of Acne (Which is Ignored by Conventional Allopathic Medicine)


Stop the Conventional Acne Treatments and Cure The Root Cause of Acne

What happens when you have acne and seek a dermatologist’s help? Typically, the doctor will take a look at your skin, diagnose you as having a certain type of acne, or what he would call a skin disease, presuming that it is manifesting from your skin’s own malfunction. Then, he will probably prescribe to you a topical medication like Retin-A to peel away the top layers of your skin and tell you that the reason for peeling away the top layers of your skin is because it will help prevent your pores from getting clogged, thus triggering acne. Then he will explain that the reason your pores are getting clogged is because you have bacteria on the surface of your skin that causes an infection so it produces acne. Then, he will probably prescribe a topical medication with Benzoyl Peroxide or Salicylic Acid, which is supposed to help kill the bacteria on the surface of your skin. You’ll probably also get a prescription for antibiotics, which will also kill all the bacteria that is inside of you too—including your good, beneficial bacteria that is supposed to be living in your digestive system. Or, if your doctor is really aggressive, he’ll probably prescribe the drug Accutane (also known as Isotretinoin) to you. Accutane supposedly works by dramatically reducing the size of your skin’s oil glands, thus reducing the amount of oil that the skin produces.
What is wrong with the above medical scenario? First off all, bacteria itself is not the cause of acne, nor do clogged pores have anything to do with acne. Bacteria may be present on that skin, but that does not mean it is the cause—in fact, bacteria does not cause acne. Conventional Western medicine likes to blame the causes of symptoms of disease on bacteria and germs, in support of Pasteur’s Germ Theory. The Germ Theory is unproven and there is much evidence to refute its plausibility. Think about how many people don’t wash their faces regularly, thus they must have bacteria on their faces, yet their skin isn’t producing acne. Obviously, bacteria isn’t the cause of acne because the bacteria would be causing acne in everyone, if that were the case. There are other factors at play. It’s a similar concept as to why when a group of individuals, such as a classroom of students, is exposed to a virus (or bacteria) that is circulating around the room and some students will develop illness and show symptoms., but others will not show any symptoms at all. What is the difference? The short answer is their internal bodily environments and their immune systems—how clean and how well-nourished are their internal bodies and how efficiently are their bodily systems working in regulating, detoxifying and managing outside threats to their health. Those internal factors are also what determine whether or not you will have acne.
Secondly, taking antibiotics in order to kill bacteria that is supposedly causing acne, is harmful and possibly a deadly course of action. Antibiotics are being unnecessarily overused and misused and it has become routine in conventional Western medicine to unnecessarily prescribe antibiotics for minor illnesses such as the common cold. One problem here is that the common cold for which antibiotics are routinely prescribed, is that colds are mostly viral in origin, thus antibiotics would be completely ineffective against them anyway because antibiotics only work on killing bacteria—not viruses. Furthermore, the problem with the overuse of antibiotics is that the administration of antibiotics can cause antibiotic resistant bacteria—bacteria transformed into immortal superbugs, which are living inside of you. When you administer antibiotics, bacteria can mutate and survive. This is how superbugs are created. These superbugs are resistant to all antibiotics. This becomes dangerous when you actually have a life-threatening situation where you need antibiotics to save your life, but now the antibiotics have become ineffective against the superbugs within you. Therefore, I recommend taking antibiotics only if you need them to save your life. I don’t think anyone will be dying from acne any time soon.
There are many problems associated with using medications, both topically and internally. Let’s discuss topical medications first. When you apply Benzoyl Peroxide, Salicylic Acid, Retin-A, or other topical medications to your skin, one of the biggest concerns should be that your skin is readily absorbing the medication. It is entering your body and going directly into your bloodstream. This is a problem because medications contain toxic ingredients. After all, that is why there are warning labels that say not to eat them and to contact poison control if you accidentally do eat them. A general rule of thumb should be if you would not eat it, then do not apply it to your skin. Secondly, I know from personal experience that these topical, unnatural products are harsh on the skin and will damage it permanently. Your skin will never be the same.


In a nutshell, acne is caused by toxins and the body not functioning optimally in order to eliminate toxins. Most acne is probably caused by a congested liver. The liver has many important functions. The liver filters the blood, including filtering toxins and the liver regulates hormones. If the liver is so congested that it cannot perform its functions optimally, then acne can be the result. Acne can also be caused by a congested colon, which we know is responsible for eliminating wastes.


Skip the conventional acne treatments, as they do not address the root cause of the problem at all. The cause of acne it internal. Focus on what you are putting into your body (healthy foods, clean water, etc.). Also focus on the unhealthy things in your body (toxins), which you want to get rid of. There are many internal cleanses that can be done.
Do a colon cleanse. Then a parasite cleanse. Then do a liver flush once every two weeks (Dr. Hulda Clark’s recipe is recommended). Do the liver flush until you empty out all your stones and do not see anymore. I had chronic acne, and it took me 8 liver flushes until I emptied out all my stones and overnight, my acne AND my oily skin literally disappeared, permanently.


I have done a YouTube video, which explains my personal experiences with internal cleansing and curing my acne. Please view it for more information.

Athena Harmony
Hello! In my blog, I cover 3 aspects that contribute to health: physical, emotional and spiritual. My writing comes from the point of view that we are all spiritual beings (souls) living in a temporary human body. Our purpose of incarnating is for loving others, including ourselves. I believe that looking at the bigger purpose and meaning of life is essential for contributing to the health of our individual bodies and the health of the world as a whole. Furthermore, I cover how the money system causes destruction to human health and the health of the environment. Implementing a solution to cure the ill world we live in is essential to saving the Earth and is essential for saving the future of humanity. A viable solution to curing the ill world is a world-wide resource based economy (promoted by The Venus Project). The technology exists today to properly distribute the world's resources to everyone so that human health and needs are optimally satisfied, and the Earth's resources are optimally preserved, protected, and regenerated.