Jump to content


Member Since 22 Jul 2013
Offline Last Active Jul 23 2015 06:55 PM

#3483543 Take Part In Study On Effectiveness Of Online Acne Support Groups

Posted by Enoughisenough29 on 06 June 2015 - 05:53 AM

I'm going to vent here.

We don't need study groups.

we don't need topicals that just take a $ out of our wallet and don't work for the most part after a while

We don't need surverys

We don't need more ''me too'' products

We don't need modified versions of the same old crap

We need something that permanently destroys or shrinks oil glands

We don't need anti bacteria

We don't need retinoids to increase skin turnover

we have NO hope because Dr's and Pharmecuticles only care about 1 thing

and that is repeat customers who are desperate and uneducated

they say prevention is better than cure. i disagree. prevention is good for doctors as it means more re-fills more laser treatments and so forth.

A cure would destroy an industry..people would lose jobs and products would be redundant.

Including the acne.org regiem

its 2015..and there is NOTHING..it might as well be 1984.

This is the reality. Sorry I'm not in the mood for another study which beats around the bush.

I'm 31 and I've seen this song OVER and OVER again. Get your wallets out medical industry and stop asking questions and get your greedy asses out and find one iota of honesty and kindness in trying to find a cure over protecting and growing a cash cow that does nothing but cause pain and suffering and a heavy debt for those in need.

#3477079 Scarless Healing

Posted by Enoughisenough29 on 06 April 2015 - 04:35 AM

This thread has been the epitome of huff and puff and no stuff

#3474760 A Real Difference Maker Possibly

Posted by Enoughisenough29 on 16 March 2015 - 04:42 AM

Something other than accutane which targets the source and it might be out in a year! http://dermira.com/pipeline/drm01/

#3373524 Enough Is Enough Is Enough

Posted by Enoughisenough29 on 10 August 2013 - 03:59 PM

There is no cure for acne. Acne is a genetic disease just as down syndrome is a genetic disease, there is absolutely no way to fix bad genes.


Well that was quite negative sad.png Very true that there is no way to cure "bad genes", but there a certainly ways to to contain the acne and make things better!


EnoughisEnough, you say you're done with buying things from the medical community? Thats' okay! There are certainly organic and homeopathic ways to regulate your body and help fight acne. For starters it's good for your overall health to be on a strict vitamin regimen, but there are thousands of people that swear by supplements to keep their acne at bay. Also, there are washes, toners, exfoliators, and moisturizers that you can make yourself from all natural ingredients. This way you're sticking to your guns about not indulging in dermatologists/medical professionals, and doing something to help yourself!


Although I do not agree that dermatologists provide inadequate treatments, I respect your opinion and wish you the best of luck! smile.png

Believe me. I've done everything. I eat healthier. Take the most nutritious supplements. From Healthforce nutritionals and harmonic innerprizes. Heres the thing. My skin does look amazing..all but in one area. Vitamins help the inflammation BUT they can't stop oil glands from producing the wrong amount of oil.


Believe me when i tell you i take the most healthy and nutritious supplements. Ive been doing trial and error with them for 5 years. 



acne has nothing to do with diet. people with normal functioning oil glands and keratinization can live off the most disgusting diet..smoke and drink etc and there skin will be clear. They will get wrinkles and age faster but acne ? no


NOW for hormonal acne, thats different..thats where supplementation does work. But you see I'm a guy. My skin was permanently damaged in one area. The rest of my skin is crystal clear.