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I guess I felt tired of applying my acne treatment. I do not want to continue with this acne treatment for the rest of my life. I thought I would consult a Homeopathic Doctor as Homeopathy is herbal medicine with no side effects.

I visited a Homeopathic Doctor. He had a look at my acne. He informed me that I should not eat beef as that aggravates acne. I should not eat dry food, it should have gravy to aid digestion. I should eat more vegetables and less meat. I should avoid spice. He stated acne is caused by puberty or heat in the body. I am 28 so i guess the latter applies. He said I could ease off the acne medication. He prescribed Dr Reckeweg R53. These are drops. I am to take 10-15 drops in one tablespoon of water, 3 times a day 30 minutes before a meal or 30 minutes after a meal. The course was for 2 months but we purchased more drops for the maximum prescribed course of 3 months. Each lasts 15 days. I have finished my first and thank God I have noticed an improvement despite the fact that I have not been consistent with cleansing my face twice a day.

I am not allowed to have citrus fruits as the medicine will not work, due to the sourness of citrus fruits.

If anyone has any questions, please feel free to message me or comment on this post.

Thank you.

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Aloe Vera - This plant should be in every garden. It is amazing for so many problems.  It soothes the skin and works well in reducing inflammation.  When your skin becomes an angry turn to the Aloe Vera Plant and once again use the gel from the plant directly on the problem areas. It is an anti-inflammatory and has anti-bacterial properties.

Apple Cider Vinegar - Apple cider vinegar is amazing. Used externally on our skin it assists in healing. Dilute with water 50/50 and dab away. Apple cider vinegar is a potent antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral substance. There are more home remedies for acne scars.

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@LJ thank you for your message. Can Aloe Vera be used as a moisturiser?


@idkidkidk. Thank you! I use scosmetics cleanser and moisturiser. They are available in Tesco stores in the UK. They are salycylic acid based products.

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