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As you can see from the pictures below, The Acne No More system has been repeatedly shown to produce results which are far more impressive than those associated with ‘conventional’ acne treatments. There are no creams, ointments, or chemicals of any kind involved with the Acne No More system. The entire program is nature-based, with a focus on health. When I first came across this system I had to wonder whether this was too good to be true or a genuinely powerful innovation.
I have detailed my findings in this review, but first I feel it is necessary for me to explain the ‘safety-net’ provided by this type of product.
Very few people understand that when it comes to products which come with a “No Questions Asked Money-Back Guarantee”, as is the case with Acne No More, you really won’t be asked a single question should you be unhappy with the product for whatever reason and decide you want a refund. And you’ll get every last penny back. This is the way trade on the internet is evolving, and those of us who understand there simply isn’t any risk associated with such purchases have a huge advantage over people who don’t yet understand that “No Questions” means exactly that: No Questions! If they give you that guarantee then it’s internet trade law that they abide by it.
Considering the amount of purchases of this kind I’ve made in the past, it was inevitable that I would come across products which didn’t live up to the promises they made, and so I have asked for refunds in the past. It’s always only taken one email, and I’d have my money back within 1 or 2 working days. No questions, no fuss. EVER. That’s the peace of mind I had when I purchased Acne No More. If I felt it didn’t do the job it promised it would I would have every last penny of my money back without any fuss. Needless to say I read it, I used it, and this is what I found.
My goal for this review is to provide you with all the information you could possibly need to decide whether or not Acne No More is worth your time, and if you do decide to buy it remember you do so at absolutely no risk whatsoever.
There are literally hundreds of acne solutions out there. Unfortunately, only a tiny percentage of them work. In my opinion, the worst thing about ineffective acne solutions is that they rob us of our time. Time which could have been spent living a confident, outgoing, fulfilling life is instead lost to us forever.
Acne No More is an eBook by Mike Walden. For those of you who are unfamiliar with eBooks, they are basically books which you download and read on your computer (you can print them off if you wish, but most people don’t feel the need to). Walden’s book details his natural, “holistic” method for curing acne. People have used the method presented in the book to achieve results like these:
With images as dramatic as these there is naturally a lot of hype surrounding Walden’s method. But is the hype justified? Having seen these images I was extremely eager to find out.
The book opens by asking us to do a few basic ‘motivational’ exercises. Walden describes his method as ‘holistic’, meaning it isn’t quite as basic as applying ointment to your face once or twice a day (there are no creams or ointments involved in the method whatsoever). It is somewhat more demanding than that, hence it is important for those using the method to stay motivated to ensure they stay on track. I felt the techniques presented were at least moderately effective, and gave me a sense that the author cared about the success of his readers.
Then we move on to a discussion of the cause of acne. Although the information provided in this chapter is scientifically accurate, it isn’t very detailed. I’m sure many readers would like to have received a much more in depth explanation of why they suffer from acne, but then again I guess many others will be glad this section is short so they can move on to the heart of the book, which obviously deals with Walden’s method for curing acne.
The focus of Walden’s method is detoxification. The theory he proposes is that external treatments, such as the facial washes and creams being sold to us from every angle, can only be partially effective at best because the skin is an organ like any other, and it’s health depends on our body’s internal environment. The diets which Walden guides us through are designed to improve the health of the entire body, not just the skin. These diets are presented in thorough detail, and I can’t imagine anyone would have much trouble understanding how to follow them.
Having said that, they do require some measure of discipline. If you know you’re someone who has very little control over what you eat then perhaps this isn’t for you.
For those of you who do feel you have the necessary willpower to make adjustments to your diet, you’ll likely experience a significant improvement in your overall health and wellbeing, depending on the current nature of your diet of course. This is perhaps best exemplified by Vicky Evans who lost 22 pounds in the process of curing her acne:
In conclusion, I would say that even though there is an abundance of hype surrounding this program, it does manage to justify it with the results it repeatedly produces. If you’re willing to commit yourself to the program and do the work it involves then I see no reason why you can’t achieve a clear complexion within a few weeks using the Acne No More system. It’s very natural for a lot of us to look at the results people have achieved in the past using this program (of which many, many more are provided on the official site) and think we’ll never get the same results ourselves. We have that mentality because we’re accustomed to ‘mainstream’ acne solutions which, unfortunately, are only partially effective at best. When you try a legitimate, comprehensive solution for the first time you’ll see just how winnable the war against acne is.