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I'm surprised there aren't any reviews for Berberine yet on this website. Probably because it's mainly used as a supplement for blood sugar regulation. But for me, Berberine was one of the best supplements for acne control I've tried. Just to be clear, I don't believe in "quick fixes" for acne or completely/permanently relying on supplements because that never takes care of it completely, and there are side effects to be aware of.
Insulin is a really important hormone to be aware of with acne. Along with a low-glycemic diet, incorporating berberine supplements may help to improve insulin sensitivity in acne patients. Personally, I have only needed to take berberine for short periods (less than one month) to see benefits.
Unfortunately, I experienced a considerable amount of muscle soreness which cleared up after stopping supplementation. So I caution you when starting any supplement: take it slow, opt for the minimum dosage, and monitor your body for any side effects.
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