One of the most prevalent skin conditions known to man is acne. For the longest time, we have always thought that acne is just caused by hormones.
But recently, more and more adults are finding themselves with acne breakouts even when they didn’t have to worry about that during their adolescence.
It is not pretty to have acne. As a common reaction, people with any form of facial flaw will often always manifest a lowered self-esteem. Modern science has shed some light on the different causes of acne.
Some experts say that our bodies usually respond to high levels of stress by getting acne. Other experts argue that diets which consist of fatty and greasy foods, as evidenced by fast foods, also allow for breakouts.
Regardless of the reasons, many of us have already shelled out much on different acne treatments. A number of facial centers have sprouted just to keep with the demand of having flawless skin.
Even the internet is filled with home remedies and other old wives tales about treating acne.
Acne Free in 3 Days is an e-book that was written by Chris Gibson. It has received so much attention because of its claim that it can eliminate acne in just three short days.
From what I’ve gathered, hundreds of people have tried the e-book already and some have found it helpful while others practically bash the book. But I have found the e-book helpful in treating my acne.
What Acne Free in 3 Days is basically all about is the getting rid of acne by means of a special detoxification process to be done over a period of three days.
although the word detoxification causes jitters on anyone’s stomachs, the detoxification called for in the e-book is actually mild and anybody can go through with it.
Also included in the e-book are certain foods that one must avoid in order to stay acne free longer.
The e-book does not flood you with so much information and is pretty straightforward so that you can go on with the detoxification right away. People with severe acne may have to wait for more than the three days to see absolute results.