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Hydronium is acid, or rather what acids make water molecules into. I can't really see how this gel could contain a very high percentage of it. Frankly, nothing about the website makes much sense. "Acne Source Theory" is just a made-up term for what everyone already knows about acne. Like so many other sites, if there's an ingredient list there, I can't find it. There's no telling what's actually in the product. Also, what the hell is a bhatologist? I've never heard of a field called bhatology, and neither has Google. Do you really want to spend upwards of $100 for such a sketchy product?

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Here's an already-existing thread on the product: http://www.acne.org/messageboard/index.php...155879&st=0

"Hydronium" isn't even listed as an ingredient, and I'm really not sure what in the ingredient list would render this acidic. It contains essential oils that can irritate and sensitize many people's skin, as well as fragrance. Otherwise, it's just another useless gel full of botanicals that have never been shown to do a thing for acne. The tea tree oil might help, but you can buy tea tree oil for a lot less than $100.

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