AcnEase Treatment Programs

Choosing Your Proper Treatment

The AcnEase formula combines our knowledge of Western Medicine with principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine. AcnEase works to overcome the imbalances within your body that cause acne. AcnEase not only treats your current acne outbreak, but also prevents new acne from reappearing.

To achieve best results, the recommended dose must correspond with the length and severity of your symptoms and your body weight. Through testing and experience, we've established the optimal number of the small, easy-to swallow tablets needed on a daily basis for best results. This customized regimen is captured in our different treatment options.

Choose the best treatment option for your symptoms, and don't worry because your results are guaranteed.


Primary Benefits of AcnEase Treatment

  • Acne will disappear, and after a full course of therapy is completed, acne should not reappear for a significant period of time. In addition, use of a maintenance dose has been demonstrated to limit the recurrence of acne.
  • Cysts will heal
  • The number of blackheads and whiteheads will significantly diminish

Additional Benefits

  • Skin will look more clear and luminous.
  • Acne marks (scars) will slowly fade
  • Hair will improve, and if hair loss is due to overproduction of androgen, the loss will be contained
  • Overly dry or greasy hair will regain balance
  • For those who smoke, the skin will clear and regain a healthy look
Skin Health First
Skin Health First

In our society a simple 3-letter word "fat" grew to become a notorious villain. The fact is however, that to live a healthy life and... 

Learn the Causes of Acne
Learn the Causes of Acne

There are so many acne myths out there that we’ve lost count. Many people believe bad washing habits, certain foods, sugar, dairy or gluten are causes of acne. Guess what? They’re not. For some people, these factors may contribute to exacerbating the problem, but they’re not the cause. So be smart.

Acne Myths
Acne Myths
Myth: Acne is curable.
Reality: There is no cure for acne. However, through the consistent use of treatment and remedies acne can be controlled or prevented.
Common Acne Treatments
Common Acne Treatments

Many of the OTC products are topical and only address the overt clinical manifestation of Acne (pimples). With the exception of Accutane, which helps to decrease sebaceous gland secretions systemically administered Acne treatment drugs are restricted to broad-spectrum antibiotics, which non-specifically kill bacteria associated with Acne.

Topical Acne Remedies vs. Oral Acne Remedies
Topical Acne Remedies vs. Oral Acne Remedies

Acne is a follicular inflammatory disorder whose clinical manifestation is pimples, papules and pustules. Its cause is due to overproduction of sebum and blockage of hair follicles. 

Nutrition and Diet help fight Acne
Nutrition and Diet help fight Acne
The skin is the body's largest organ, so what's good for the rest of your body and health will be good for your skin as well.

Maintaining a balanced diet and drinking plenty of water will help you maintain clear skin. Several nutrients and vitamins are known to help with skin biology.

Adult Acne Causes, Care, and Prevention
Adult Acne Causes, Care, and Prevention

A blemish begins approximately 2-3 weeks before it appears on your skin's surface. During this period, a series of events leads to a development of a pimple or cyst that will eventually reach your skin's surface.

How To Manage
How To Manage & Treat Teen Acne

Acne is common in both male and female teenagers, and is present in all ethnic backgrounds, making it one of the most widespread medical conditions in the world. The search for an effective, safe and natural teen acne treatment product has been ongoing for decades. 

Acne Scars Treatment
Acne Scars Treatment

The first step in getting rid of acne scars and marks is to let the skin heal itself while new breakouts are stopped from coming. Acne marks and scars are a result of deep lesions and repeated breakouts and can be prevented if acne symptoms are eliminated.

Best Treatment for Cystic Acne
Best Treatment for Cystic Acne

Cystic acne appears similar to a nodule, but is pus-filled and routinely has a diameter of 5mm or more. 

Body Acne Treatment
Body Acne Treatment

Women and men that have active physical lifestyles tend to suffer more with body acne due in part to more frequent perspiration/

Back Acne Causes, Treatment
Back Acne Causes, Treatment & Prevention

Back acne can show up in many forms, such as blackheads, pimples, pustules, or even the most severe form of acne, cysts. It can affect people from their teens into their forties, and is usually more persistent and more difficult to treat then facial acne. 

Hormonal Teen Acne Treatment
Hormonal Teen Acne Treatment

If you're a teen suffering from acne, you're certainly not alone. It is estimated that at least 90% of adolescents suffer episodes of acne. Acne effects teenagers of all races gender (sex) and does not discriminate by size or country of origin. A recent study by the American Medical Association reported that acne is one of today's teenagers' biggest concerns.

Female Hormonal Acne Treatment
Female Hormonal Acne Treatment

More than 60 million adults in the US are diagnosed with acne, over 50% of adult women and 25% of adult men having this skin disease. Average age of an individual with acne problem is 26.5 years old.

Male Hormonal Acne Treatment
Male Hormonal Acne Treatment

More than 60 million adults in the US are diagnosed with acne, over 50% of adult women and 25% of adult men having this skin disease. Average age of an individual with acne problem is 26.5 years old.

Men's Skin Care and Acne Treatment
Men's Skin Care and Acne Treatment

There was a time when men's personal care products were limited to shaving gear, cologne and deodorant. But judging by the boom in the men's skin care market the days of men stealing their woman's moisturizer are quickly disappearing.

Dark Skin Acne Treatment
Dark Skin Acne Treatment

The more pigmentation in the skin, the more unique problems the skin may have. If you are of Afro-Caribbean or Asian origin, your acne problems may be very different from Caucasian skin.

Pregnancy Acne
Pregnancy Acne

Sometimes, women will experience breakouts of acne during pregnancy.  Women who have previously suffered from acne may see a worsening of their condition in the first trimester of pregnancy. Even women who were previously clear sometimes see acne form during this time, both on the face and sometimes on the body as well.