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Member Since 27 Oct 2003
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In Topic: Vinegar Cured my Bacne

29 August 2011 - 04:33 AM

I never used BP on my back, I was always worried about it ruining my clothes and its pretty expensive stuff too.

In Topic: Vinegar Cured my Bacne

22 August 2011 - 05:55 AM

Hey guys

Its been a year or so since I posted (and amazingly 6 years since my original post), as I've mentioned before the Vinegar and Tea-Tree oil pretty much cured my bacne, these days I probably only use it once every couple of months. Its pretty humbling to think that I've helped so many people.

As I said before, give it a try, it only cost a couple of dollars and you've got nothing to lose other than your spots. The reason I come on here every now and again is that I'm still angry at the Dermatologists and other doctors that prescribed dangerous pills and expensive topicals to fix a problem you can solve at your supermarket for under $10.

I've noticed a lot of people complicating the idea - to summarise what I do. I put a couple of drops of Tea-Tree oil on my hands and rub it over my back using it as a type of exfoliator and then once I've rubbed that in I pour some vinegar on my hands and rub it into my back and again rub it until its dry (my skin is very oily so those more sensitive skin might want to take it a bit easy with this and think about diluting it). I usually take a shower straight after I've rubbed the vinegar in so I don't smell like a salad smile.gif

Hope you guys have continued success with this technique.

All the best with your fight with acne.


In Topic: Vinegar Cured my Bacne

24 February 2010 - 05:54 AM

Hey guys

Just thought I'd pop in to have a look around - its been a very long time since I was last here and its humbling to see that a bunch of people have been helped by my original post. I feel a bit guilty that  I haven't been around to answer all the questions but it seems like there's been lots of great folks on the board to help out those new to the technique.

Its hard to believe that its been 5 years since I posted about the vinegar and tea-tree oil bacne treatment and I'm happy to say that its still working - so much so that I rarely need to apply the vinegar and tea-tree oil these days, I still get the occasional spot but I'm pretty sure that's because I'm not as regular with the application as I was when my bacne was totally out of control, its probably a couple of months since I last did it.

As I said in my first post, you've got nothing to lose, it costs less than $10 and I'm on my second bottle of vinegar and tea tree oil so its cost me $2 a year and judging by some of the posts its helping a lot of people.

All the best to those starting out and to those for whom its worked, pass it on when you can to those suffering from body acne.