Is Silver Serum A Miracle Cure?
The sensationalist tabloid press, who aren’t exactly known for their analytical insight, ran an article about a woman who found an “acne miracle cure” by way of a product called Silver Serum which is sold via The Skin Shop.
The story goes:
A woman was on the verge of total self-destruction due to her acne when she stumbled across this glittering balm and lived happily ever after.
As I read the article, it became clear this was eerily familiar to many other products that have come and gone over the years, each claiming they get rid of acne…only to be forgotten as fast as they appeared.
Accutane had the same claim and was hailed by dermatologists and doctors back then as the most revolutionary acne treatment.
Then people started dying and giving birth to deformed children.
Now I’m not saying Silver Serum will do that as I haven’t tried it, but the thing to keep in mind here is…
It’s a topical treatment, and these on their own do not work long term.
Some of its users may disagree with me, and rightly so because they experienced “groundbreaking, fantastic results” (I’m quoting some of the reviews I read).
However, they must realize that anytime you treat something – in this case, putting cream on something externally to an internal problem, you are merely reacting to a symptom and not getting to the root of the problem.
So if you still wish to try it out to see for yourself, I encourage you to do so. I’d also recommend you combine it with a pure source of biotin, which is well known for completely changing people’s hair, nails, and skin for the better.
There were also many reviews of Silver Serum stating it was utterly useless, but I’m just trying to address the claims of success made by those who raved about it.
The thing is, though, just like all miracle cures before and after it – it is only giving temporary symptom relief. Acne is a symptom, not the problem.
See, if you stop using the product, continue the same diet and lifestyle you’ve been living, then the acne comes back.
What does that tell you?
The problem was never really fixed, was it?
Anytime you get any topical treatment like soap or cream, this applies a band-aid on an internal problem.
It doesn’t matter what product it is; unless you understand why you’re getting acne and pimples in the first place, you will be forever jumping from one product to the next in the hope of a cure.
Hope is not a course of action.
Throwing money left and right will only leave you feeling frustrated and helpless.
Equip yourself with the knowledge to know exactly what your body is doing and what it is trying to tell you, and you will experience a level of healing and awareness you never thought possible.
Bacteria Is Not The Problem
Many users stated they had suffered from acne for 10, 20, even 50+ years!
Imagine – 50 years with acne, and the next cream will fix it?
Even as claimed by the product manufacturers themselves, this product “targets the bad bacteria while leaving the good bacteria to flourish.”
Acne is NOT a bacteria problem.
Acne is mainly caused by a backed-up, stagnant lymphatic system and sluggish liver.
Your lymph system is your body’s sewer system, and just like the one you have at home, and when it backs up, it’s going to cause some undesired outcomes.
Your internal sewer system should eliminate the cellular waste inside your body, and when it stagnates and builds up, it has nowhere to go, so it goes through the skin.
Start filtering properly through your kidneys (see The Pee Test) and watch your acne gradually dissolve away, feel the pain and swelling subside and notice the inflammation significantly reduce.
Bacteria are not the enemy, for God’s sake.
There are now 50-year-old adults and 7-year-old children with acne – are they still going to tell us it’s because of their over-productive oil glands which attract these acne-loving bacteria?
Please wake up guys, acne is a condition of an over acidified body, including overactive hormones.
Not surprisingly, the folks writing the positive reviews regularly state they will keep buying this cream to keep their acne at bay.
They can go ahead and buy as much of it as they like for temporary relief.
I sincerely hope it cures them, but the facts show, this is highly unlikely.
Sooner or later, their internal plumbing won’t be able to back up anymore, and eventually – just like with all topical treatments, they will explode.
Breakouts will be intense, and they will be looking for a more potent drug for relief, which will only suppress it further.
Round the acne merry go round we go.
Guys, you must expectorate.
You have to get it all out, not push it back deeper.
Do that, and your acne will melt away so fast, you’ll kick yourself for not realizing how ridiculously simple it is.
We still don’t know the full extent of the after-effects of using these drugs, and sometimes it takes many years, even decades, and by then, the damage has been done.
How many times over the past few decades have we been bombarded with “miracle” this and “miracle” that only to see man’s collective health accelerate towards the proverbial?
Every month a new product comes out; every month, the masses flock to it. I get emails daily from people who are suffering.
Sorry if that sounds a little harsh, guys, but it’s the reality.
I’d instead take ownership of your health.
The only tragedy here is we fail to see the true miracle before our very eyes: our bodies and their unreal abilities to heal themselves.
That’s the true miracle nobody is highlighting because if we truly understood the fantastic healing our bodies are capable of, we’d never put another pharmaceutical grade acne cream, lotion, or wash on our bodies again.
If we truly “got it,” we wouldn’t spend another penny on useless acne medications and band-aid solutions.
Is Silver Serum a scam?
Well, no, I can’t call it that if it brings temporary relief to some people. If that’s what you’re looking for, then, by all means, give it a go and see how it works for you.
Is it a “miracle acne cure?”
Not in a million years. Literally.
You could spend a million years trying to heal acne with cream, and you will fail.
Yes, you may get some external cosmetic relief, but it will do absolutely nothing to heal your internal state, which is the root of your acne problem.
If you want real, amazing, and permanent results, then spend some time on this site learning how to clean up your body (for free, mind you). Then as you clean it out, infuse it with insanely beneficial nutrition like Organifi which I have reviewed here. Or, if you’re looking for something to revitalize your hair and skin, have a look at this.
Be sure to check out the best herbs for your skin post here.
I hope this helps folks considering buying this product.
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