The Acne Bacteria Myth

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“Why Acne Bacteria Has Nothing To Do With The REAL Cause of Acne “

“Discover why acne bacteria DON’T cause acne. And why killing acne bacteria CAN’T cure acne unless you do this first…”

So you find yourself with another nasty acne flare up. And you assume that it’s caused by acne bacteria running wild.

So what do you do?

You get yourself some topical bacteria killers like benzoyl peroxide. Or maybe you get a little more extreme…you get yourself a prescription for acne anti-biotics like monocycline or tetracycline.

You use these products for awhile, and you see some results, but your acne always seems to come back…


If you’re killing the acne bacteria, why then does your acne always come back? And why does your friend, who is constantly exposed to acne bacteria still have perfect skin?

In this report I’m going to reveal to you the surprising answers to all these questions. You’ll discover why acne bacteria do not cause acne. And why you cannot cure acne by killing acne bacteria.

And finally …I’ll reveal to you how to win your battle against acne bacteria once and for all.

Why acne bacteria do NOT cause acne…the irrefutable PROOF

Think about this…

If acne bacteria caused acne then acne would be highly contagious.

But acne is NOT contagious!

And if acne bacteria cause acne then bacteria killing anti-biotics like tetracycline and monocycline would cure acne long-term…

Which they DON’T do!

Even your dermatologist will tell you anti-biotics only treat the SYMPTOMS of acne…and don’t work LONG-TERM.

And to put the final nail in the coffin of the acne bacteria theory…

Did you realize that virtually EVERYONE has acne bacteria on there skin right now…even those with FLAWLESS skin?

It’s true!

Acne bacteria are everywhere. It’s on your skin whether you suffer from acne or not.

Let me repeat that …You’re skin is loaded with acne bacteria whether you suffer from acne or not.

And even if you exposed someone with perfect skin to acne bacteria it wouldn’t cause them any trouble…none at all.

But if you exposed an acne sufferers skin to acne bacteria it would cause redness…swelling…inflammation…puss…

All the nasty acne symptoms you dread so very much.

And here’s why…

The missing piece to the acne bacteria mystery

Lean in close …Because this is the acne bacteria insider secret you’ve been searching for.

Acne bacteria will NOT overgrow in and on your skin UNLESS you create the ideal environment in and on your skin for acne bacteria to flourish.

Stay with me here, because it’s about to get interesting…

What creates the perfect environment in and on you’re skin is a mix of both excess skin oil (caused by hormonal imbalance) and congesting blood toxins.

The mix of excess skin oil and congesting toxins creates a pasty glue. When this pasty glue clogs your pores it creates the perfect breeding ground for acne bacteria to breed like crazy.

They have all the food they need and the perfect environment protected from oxygen (oxygen kills acne bacteria) so they can “party hardy” and make lots of acne bacteria babies.

To better illustrate this principle here’s another example…

Did you realize you have streptococcus bacteria in your throat right now? This is the same bacterium that is present in extreme cases of strep throat. Yet you don’t have strep throat. In fact you don’t even have a sore throat.


Well, because the strep bacteria don’t actually cause strep throat. Strep throat is actually caused by a buildup of toxins in the throat and tonsils. Strep bacterium feeds on these toxins. It is only when this bacteria food (toxins) builds up that the bacteria is able to flourish and run wild.

In fact you won’t get strep throat or tonsillitis no matter how much bacteria you’re exposed to until the conditions in your throat are right for them to flourish.

Well, it’s the same with acne. The acne bacteria will not flourish until the conditions on your skin are right for them to flourish.

That is why your friend with perfect skin can constantly be exposed to acne bacteria and still never get acne.

So why can’t I just kill the little buggers with some kind of acne bacteria killer like benzoyl peroxide or tetracycline?

Sorry, but that’s not going to work, and here’s why…

Why killing acne bacteria does not cure acne

You see, it’s not the acne bacteria cause the problem. It’s the environment you create in and on your skin with this pasty-glue that causes all the trouble.

Until you stop the this pasty glue from forming in your pores…No matter how many times you kill acne bacteria, it will simply re-overgrow, again, and again, and again…

So what can be done…?

Don’t despair. You don’t have to let acne bacteria ruin your life.

You MUST do BEFORE you can kill acne bacteria

Before you will ever have ANY long-term success in your battle against acne bacteria you must first STOP the pasty glue that forms in your pores…giving acne bacteria the food and environment they love so very much.

Until you do that, I don’t care how many times you kill acne bacteria, it will simply re-overgrow…again…and again.

So how do you fix stop this pasty glue from forming?

Well, my friend in over a decade of searching I’ve only found ONE way that works. Take the Acne Cure E-Tutorial to find out how to beat acne bacteria once and for all.



  1. aaafdff says:

    without the bacteria itself, can you have acne?

  2. admin says:

    While bacteria is not the root cause, it is the catalyst that leads to the inflammation you’ll see as acne. So while you certainly can have acne without the bacteria, most the visible inflammation is a results of acne bacteria.

    Again, remember though, it’s the environment you create internally that leads to bacteria overgrowth. And not the bacteria itself.

  3. naseera says:

    bacteria associated with pimples?
    how we can isolates them in laboratory?
    is there is any specail culturing medium available?

  4. admin says:

    Bacteria is only the effect. Not the root cause. Killing it is a futile effort until you stop the underlying cause.

  5. chelsey says:

    what training do you have? What is your background

  6. admin says:

    My training??? 10 years of dedicated research to cure my own acne.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Very interesting…you say that excess oil on the skin and congested blood toxins are the ideal enviroment for acne bacteria to grow. can you explain what congested blood toxins are?
    Thank you

  8. Isaiah says:

    so what your saying is as follows, balance my hormones and detoxify my body/blood and i will be acne free?

  9. Josh T. says:

    Acne is caused by an underlying problem. You are right when you say it has to be the right breeding ground, but all acne suffers have an underlying problem and this problem is Lyme disease. Lyme is more prevalent then people know and if you suffer from acne you need to see a Lyme literate doctor. But if you have acne and can’t afford or have insurance to see a natural path like myself then take 200 billion probiotics a day. You have to attack this bacteria because it is strong and raging through your body. This will start building your good flora and will kill the bacteria off. Avoid gluten, fruit, sugars, because this feeds the bacteria.

  10. jim says:

    Wow Josh T. You aren’t a doctor in real life or on TV. I don’t even know where to start. Many vaguely related concepts that really are not based on anything solid. Lyme disease was first reported in the United States in the town of Old Lyme, Connecticut, in 1975 and is caused by Borrelia burgdorferi, and has these Help
    PubMed Health
    Home > Diseases and Conditions > Lyme disease
    Lyme disease

    Last reviewed: February 23, 2010.

    Lyme disease is an inflammatory disease spread through a tick bite.

    This article offers a general overview on Lyme disease. For specific information, see:

    Lyme disease – primary

    Lyme disease – early disseminated

    Lyme disease – chronic persistent

    Causes, incidence, and risk factors

    Lyme disease is caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi (B. burgdorferi). Certain ticks carry these bacteria. The ticks pick up the bacteria when they bite mice or deer that are infected with Lyme disease. You can get the disease if you are bitten by an infected tick.

    Lyme disease was first reported in the United States in the town of Old Lyme, Connecticut, in 1975. Cases have now been reported in most parts of the United States. Most of the cases occur in the Northeast, some parts of Minnesota and Wisconsin, the mid-Atlantic states, and along the Pacific coast. Lyme disease is usually seen during the late spring, summer, and early fall.

    There are 3 stages of Lyme disease.

    Stage 1 is called primary Lyme disease.

    Stage 2 is called secondary Lyme disease and early disseminated Lyme disease.

    Stage 3 is called tertiary Lyme disease and chronic persistant Lyme disease.

    Risk factors for Lyme disease include:

    Doing activities that increase tick exposure (for example, gardening, hunting, or hiking)

    Having a pet that may carry ticks home

    Walking in high grasses


    Not everyone infected with these bacteria gets ill. If a person does become ill, the first symptoms resemble the flu and include: Chills Fever Headache Lethargy Muscle pain. There may be a “bulls eye” rash, a flat or slightly raised red spot at the site of the tick bite. Often there is a clear area in the center. It can be larger than 1 – 3 inches wide.

    Symptoms in people with the later stages of the disease include: Body-wide itching Joint inflammation Stiff neck Unusual or strange behavior

  11. Anonymous says:

    Can we now have a prove that without the bacteria, excess skin oil and hormonal toxins is the cause of pimple. Is it the red blood cells shape that cause malaria or plasmodium? Is it not the growth of the bacteria that brings about the pus?

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