Zinc Acne Treatment

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How to using zinc acne treatment effectively

Discover the missing zinc acne treatment co-factor in this report

You’ve heard for years that zinc is a very important mineral for acne sufferers.

Several studies confirm that zinc dramatically improves acne symptoms. Some studies even suggest that zinc acne treatment is more effective then the drug tetracycline.

Yet other studies seem to suggest zinc does nothing for acne.

What’s the real scoop?

Well my friend, listen closely because I’m about to clear up the zinc acne mystery for you.

After reading this report you will know why zinc acne treatment is SO effective for acne symptoms sometimes and why it doesn’t work other times.

And you’ll have the KEY missing piece to the zinc acne treatment puzzle. You’ll know exactly how to get CONSISTENT and DRAMATIC results with zinc acne treatment.

Pay attention, because zinc is one of the natural acne treatments you definitely should look into.

What is zinc?

Zinc is a mineral found naturally in foods. It’s crucial for so many functions in your system.

In fact zinc plays a key role in over 300 enzymatic reactions in your body. It also is crucial for your immune system. Without optimal levels of zinc in your system white blood cell count and T-killer cell count (immune system stuff) drastically drops…hampering your immune system.

This is why zinc has proven again and again to lessen the severity and duration of colds.

But what does zinc have to do with acne?

The zinc acne relationship

As explained in the special report, The TRUE Cause of Acne acne is caused by hormonal imbalance combined with congesting blood toxins.

Well my friend, it turns out zinc plays a very KEY role in hormonal balance. Zinc IN CONJUNCTION with a few other key nutrients helps to balance out hormonal production.

The end effect of the hormonal balancing of zinc acne treatment is that if USED properly, and if used with these other key nutrients zinc acne treatment will actually NORMALIZE your skins oil production.

In addition to that, it will help your body kill off any over growths of acne bacteria. But in all my experience with it that is the least important aspect for acne sufferers.

Zinc inhibitors

But that’s not the whole story…

It turns out there are some substances that will drastically impair the action of zinc in your system. And some actually “deactivate” zinc in your system.

If these substances are in your system then all the zinc acne treatment in the world will do nothing for your acne.

This is one of the major reasons so many of the zinc acne treatment studies showed such a dramatic improvement for acne symptoms in one study, yet showed NO improvement in other studies.

It’s because the zinc acne treatment researchers didn’t understand that zinc is working IN CONJUNCTION with other key nutrients, and they didn’t understand that zinc inhibitors were blocking the zinc acne treatment from working.

And believe me…it took me years to figure it out myself. Zinc acne treatment worked SO WELL sometimes yet not at all other times. It wasn’t until years later that I was able to piece together this mystery.

How to use zinc acne treatment effectively

Well first remember, that zinc does not act independently. Zinc will only be effective at normalizing hormone production and normalizing skin oil if used in conjunction with the zinc co-factors explained in the program.

In addition to that, you need to be aware of zinc inhibitors and avoid them.

Next, you need to ingest OPTIMAL levels of zinc in your system.

Zinc is found in foods such as egg yolks, fish, legumes, soy lecithin, sunflower seeds, and whole grains.

You should always try to get your nutrition from foods, but here’s the rub…

Zinc is a mineral (not a vitamin). And foods will only have as much zinc in them as they soil they were grown in had.

No zinc in the soil…no zinc in the food.

And conventional farming methods use fertilizers that do NOT contain zinc. As a result most foods have little to no zinc.

The same goes for animal food sources of zinc. The resultant food will only have as much zinc as the diet of the animal had.

It’s pretty hard to get it from your diet alone these days. It’s a very common deficiency.

Since it’s such a key mineral for acne sufferers, and pretty inexpensive, this is definitely one of the minerals I would suggest you consider supplementing with.

I’ve researched and experimented with zinc acne treatment to death. And I can tell you from all my research and experimentation that there are only 2 forms of zinc that consistently work for zinc acne treatment…EVERY other form of supplemental zinc did not work accept these 2 forms…

What are they?

Zinc gluconate and Zinc Monomethionine (otherwise known as Opti-Zinc).

And of the 2 I strongly favor Opti-Zinc (Zinc Monomethionine). Don’t waste your time with any other form of zinc.

How to use Opti-Zinc for zinc acne treatment

If you read all the studies on zinc acne treatment, generally they were using in the range of 30-100 mg a day.

And it is often suggested that zinc should not be taken in excess of 100 mg a day.

But here’s the twist on that…

Copper is a competing mineral for zinc. Excess copper hinders the action of zinc in your system.

And with the widespread use of copper piping and birth control pills (very high in copper), copper toxicity has become more and more common.

If you have high levels of copper in your system then you will need to take zinc in as high as 300 mg a day for before you will get results with zinc acne treatment.

If you do not have excess copper in your system then 50-100 mg a day will work like a charm if used in conjunction with the zinc co-factors explained in the program.

How do you know if you have a copper toxicity?

Good question.

If you take birth control pills then you are at a very high risk. If you drink tap water from copper pipes that is not filtered or purified in some way then you’re at a considerable risk.

If you have a Caucasian blood line and your nipples are brown (not pink) then you have a SEVERE copper toxicity.

In addition to that, someone skilled in a muscle testing procedure known as applied kinesiology can quickly test you for a copper toxicity non-evasively. It’s a simple procedure you can learn your self with a little practice.

Zinc acne treatment effective, yet not enough to cure acne

While zinc is a very KEY mineral for normalizing hormone production realize that hormones are one half the acne puzzle…congesting blood and lymph toxins are the other half, and zinc doesn’t do anything to fix that.

So you need to use zinc acne treatment as part of a more comprehensive program to balance your hormones and purify your blood. Checkout the Acne Cure E-Tutorial to discover how.

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17 comments

  1. t says:

    helpful and informative stuff. Good job on finding an answer to why studies of people who take zinc didn’t work for them to alleviate acne.

  2. priyanka says:

    Does this really work???

  3. Jessica says:

    i have tried that and dermalogica, neutrogena, clean clear, clearasil, zenmed, simple, somebody help me i am getting fed upof it and i can’t find anything at all i almost give up and i don’t do well in any of my school test cause i am worried on how the way i look someone help me please

  4. Giovanni says:

    Try the health food store all natural products.
    Zinc does work for acne but with other products.
    Over the counter medication does not seem to work for me. Drink plenty of water and lay off the sodas. and try cleaning your face with an warm water then rise with cold water to open and close pores.

    B more care on skin

  5. Deivn says:

    Actually, my acne mysteriously started to clear up today. I started taking zinc supplements today to try to help “shorten” the cold. Nothing else has worked recently. So i’m pretty sure it’s the zinc. If it continues to clear up, i’m almost positive it can help.

  6. SAVITA says:

    CAN I TAKE ONE TABLET DAILY??IS THERE ANY SIDE EFFECT

  7. mary says:

    Hi Jessica, try to use Pro-active product.It comes in a set of facial wash, toner and moisturizer. I used everything before and almost gave up, but miracle came and now I have no pimples at all, only if I am having my period.

  8. zinc 15mgs copper 1mg says:

    Zinc 15mg and copper 1mg works for me.I forgot to take it for two weeks and my acne came back!I got it from a good food shop.Give it a week or two to work,hope it works for you

  9. chriscreed says:

    does it really help

  10. lou says:

    I struggled with acne on and off from the minute I started working at 17 until about 6 months ago – at the age of 32. The only thing which would get rid of it was Roaccutane and then taking the contraceptive pill to keep it at bay. Due to a health problem I had to come off the pill over 2 years ago, and my skin went crazy, another dose of Roaccutane later it cleared up again, but the effects started to wear off after about 3 months. Not wanting to take any more meds for it, I asked my dermatologist about taking zinc, and he basically said it was a waste of time. I started to take it anyway, at first a large dose – around 100mg then gradually over a few months down to one 15mg tablet every day, my skin has been totally clear for 7 months now, and thats without any medication, just a zinc tablet and my normal routine of using Simple skin products, drinking lots of water and taking a multivit each day. It doesn’t happen overnight, but stick with it. I don’t know whether it was the zinc, or whether the acne has just ‘switched off’ as my dermatologist said it eventually would, but I would recommend anyone to try it, it’s even made my skin much less shiny which used to bug me.

    Basically don’t give up hope, you’ll find something which works, I thought I had tried everything and was sick of putting medication in my body, I’m starting to think that maybe I was just zinc deficient for all those years as the results have been so dramatic and seem to have permanently sorted it.

    Good luck everyone.

  11. kai says:

    @lou
    I hope we’re on the same boat… My acne started when I’m 3rd year High School unto now its bugging me it demoralized me it secludes me from my peers because I’m so afraid to be laughed on… but I’ll try this remedy hope it goes well with me… I’ll in the near future if it’ll help my case ๐Ÿ˜€

  12. Whitney says:

    Ive tried many supplements. I guess they help. Proactive did not work for me.

  13. emi says:

    Very true. Roaccutane is the only thing that helped me to get rid of acne which i struggled with for years. Having breakout from now and then,will try taking some zinc for acne and see results.good luck everyone!i know how u feel

  14. Nyangi says:

    I am reacting directly to copper T, my acne is real bad and it is only on my forehead. Zinc may be the answer but I’m worried of the side effects.

  15. HELP says:

    hello .. iv had acne for 4 years now .. besically i used alot creams and everything that is usefull to put on acne but they never worked because acne grows from inside now from outside so the day you know your acne stopped growing then you can use cream or anything but i want recently bought Zinc tablets but i dont no when to take them because i want to clear up the acne from inside , once it stopped comming then i can use any cream for acne scars to get rid of the redness..

    thanks

  16. anonymous says:

    OMG zinc for acne has done wonders for me my acne has been severe for YEARS already i would have my acne pop out with puss i would fall asleep and there would be small amounts of blood on my pillow case from the pressure and the pimple would pop -__-ZINC nutrients have trouly done wonders for my skin i still tend to brake out but the brake outs are very small and they tend to go away with pimple cream zinc also helped me get rid of the redness my face would be red with brown red scars it was horrible but zinc has done wonders and i hope it does wonders for everyone out there suffering from acne aswell.

  17. H.M. says:

    I highly recommend Zinc it’s the only thing that cleared my face and got rid of my closed comodones (acne underneath the skin )

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