Product: Acne No More
Author: Mike Walden
Cheapest Place to Buy: His Website
*Now Available In Spanish & Portuguese
If you want a step-by-step, day-by-day structured protocol to go by, this is an excellent guide indeed.
“Mike” (his real name is Hayim Oshky) even gives a detailed breakdown of what to eat per hour in an easy-to-follow sample planner, which I thought was terrific for those just wanting a simple ‘do this, then that’ kind of guide.
His potions for cleansing the liver and gall bladder, while strong to take at first, are highly effective, and I can attest to the fact they work. You will see evidence of it when you go to the bathroom by way of pebble-shaped stones and whatever else your body decides to purge.
He has an extensive list of impressive testimonials throughout his site, complete with before and after pictures of folks who achieved excellent results implementing his program, which has helped many.
His thorough explanations of food groups and how they affect your skin made it so much easier for me to give those foods up.
Knowing a specific process that harms you when eating certain foods was enough motivation for me to replace those foods with alternatives.
While the book is focused on diet, he also covers the critical element of opening up the other channels of elimination like sweating through the skin and de-stressing, which has a much more significant impact on the skin than we are led to believe.
He explains why a particular food purifies and nourishes the skin; then, he shows you exactly how to incorporate that food into your daily plans.
Incorporating this multi-faceted approach is something I liked, particularly for those who have more advanced acne.
Acne No More, however, is not without its faults, so you need to know what you’re getting…
Hayim’s research has led him to different conclusions than mine, which I fully understand and respect…if it was based on facts.
Many things in the book are not true, like his recommendation to avoid fruit. This is, quite frankly, nonsense.
As I’ve stated repeatedly on this site and will continue doing so until I die, fresh, ripe (very important) fruit doesn’t and never will “cause” anything; it exposes your weaknesses.
The second thing that left me scratching my head is his recommendations of kefir and various animal products.
This is about the worst thing you can do for your body and skin.
Dairy products are notorious for making acne worse and clogging you up with their mucous-inducing qualities leaving you congested and laboring.
Finally, the supplements he recommends, in my opinion, are useless and not needed. Why would one need accessories when they can get their nutrition from whole, fresh foods brimming with essential vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients?
And anyway, if you are internally congested, and you’re not absorbing your nutrients well, how is taking supplements going to help? Just a big NO for me.
If someone wants to infuse their body with concentrated, healthful phytonutrients, then I’d recommend something like Organifi green juice.
So while I can’t entirely agree with every single idea in the book, it doesn’t detract from its overall effectiveness in showing you how to rid yourself of acne because the bulk of the information contained in it is pretty good.
Just set aside the three main errors in the book outlined above, and it will be a handy resource for you.
Results are what you want, and he appears to get them from many clients.
This book led me to improve my skin immensely and ultimately set me on my path of holistic healing research.
The book will not tell you to take a magic pill or drug, nor promise that it will cure you in a week. “Mike” covers many areas in his book in great detail, which brings me to my next point to look out for:
It’s over 200 pages of material, so it’s a lot to absorb. Read 1-3 chapters or so a day, internalize it, put it into practice, and proceed. Just ignore the no fruit thing, supplements, and consumption of animal products, and you will significantly enhance the program’s effectiveness.
Don’t try to read it cover to cover in one sitting and forget most of it by lunchtime, then say, “ugh, it doesn’t work!”.
VERY IMPORTANT: His methods are 100% natural, and as I’ve mentioned on this site when you stir up a lot of internal congestion and waste, things get worse before they start getting better.
So YES – you may get worse breakouts, rashes, and pain initially, but that’s simply because the body has to eliminate them. Don’t confuse this with “the program is causing it” – no, the program is undoing what you caused :-).
So be patient and let the body do its work.
It took decades for your acne to plague you, so you’re not going to get rid of it in hours or days.
So how long will it take? Each person is different depending on their internal environment.
If you’re relatively clean and have a few bothersome areas, it may take only a few days/weeks, while others who are backed up could take many months or longer.
Understand that this is the only proper way of healing your acne permanently. Yes, it takes longer, but it addresses acne at the source instead of just suppressing it with chemicals, only for it to roar back with a vengeance.
So do you have to have Acne No More for success?
No, but it certainly is a great advantage because, above all – it shows you exactly what you need to do on a day-by-day basis to get results, and ultimately, it works well. Hayim is very good at responding to e-mails promptly, and I say that because I’ve dealt with him before.
On top of that, he makes a very generous free offer with his book that you would pay thousands – MANY thousands of dollars to a medical doctor if they offered the same service, and of course, they generally wouldn’t know how to heal you permanently.
Overall, I found the book to be well researched (aside from those three major mistakes), presented, and above all – super easy to follow and implement.
The planners are both simple to understand and practical. It’s not without its faults, of course, and I’ve detailed them here, so you know what you’re getting.
Feel free to leave your thoughts here.
Acne No More is well worth checking out.