This ‘Acne Free In 3 Days’ review is all about an eBook offer that I found online a few weeks back when I was hunting for a solution to this dreaded skin plague. Prom was coming up, and bumps on my chin were coming up along with that. So I decided to take a read, and here is what I found out.
This eBook was written by Chris Gibson, who is a well-known author of many alternative health care books. He believes in natural drug-less therapies and was a long time sufferer of acne as well. It seems he has tried all the same things that I have given up on, including that one cream that just eats the skin off your face but does little to prevent acne from resurrecting.
‘Chapter 1. How I Finally Cleared My Adult Acne’ is all about Chris’s personal story that anyone that suffers from acne can relate to. His style of writing is very friendly and personable, almost like he is right there telling you the story.
‘Chapter 2 Why Me?’ is where Chris gives all the historical info on acne and on acne treatments tried by all and found to be an ultimate failure by most. Clearly, Chris has devoted a lot of time on researching the subject, as after getting through this section of the book I felt like I was a medical expert on the topic myself. For example, I found out that I am suffering from Type 3 Acne, which is identified by comedones, papules, and pustules, that can spread to your back and other areas, as well as causing moderate scarring. While not good news for me, at least I was comforted in knowing that I did not have Type 4, which is even worse.
Chris also talked about his experiences with Accutaine, which I tried until I got so sick that I had to stop. That’s where Chapter 3 and following several chapters come in: ‘Acne Free For 18 Years’ begins the section of the book that describes a rather amazing and simple cure using apples, or grapes if you are allergic. Of course, ‘Acne Free In 3 Days’ is a lot more than just changing your diet to one filled with apples all day, as there are quite a few more details involved, but none that were too difficult for me to master. And I am the kind of person that likes to go Burger King as often as possible.
But what is described is a three day cleansing and detox program that is pretty intense but worked for me. Not only is my skin clearer, I feel so much better afterwards that I look forward to this three day regimen once a month now. So I could have stopped reading here, but I have lots of time on my hands being an English major in college, and continued on.
The rest of ‘Acne Free In 3 Days’ contains chapters on maintaining an acne free lifestyle and on fighting resistant strains that won’t give up the fight despite the apple detox. There is also a fantastic chapter on all natural supplements that would be good for anyone, regardless of acne type. Come to find out by reading further on, that there is a website full of Chris’s line of supplements that seem to be offered at reasonable prices. I haven’t tried any of those yet, but since the nearest GNC is 15 miles away by car, I might. But anyway, back to ‘Acne Free In 3 Days’, the book concludes with a FAQ section and an extensive glossary on skin care terms.
I can highly recommend this eBook based on the contents and the friendly writing style. As an English major, I was in awe at the usefulness of the information, and applicability of the information to my own case of acne.