I don't think it has been scientifically proven or approved by the FDA in any way. But, in my experience what has seem to work for me over the years is biotin. I have see a significant improvement with my skin since using the supplement. Of course aside from taking a supplement, drinking a few glasses of water a day and exercise has also contribute to me seeing a difference in the amount of acne I get which, over the years has reduced substantially.
acne include improper diet, stress, overactive hormones, bacteria, vitamin deficiency, evolutionary biology, or a combination of all. The good news is that there are also about a gazillion things that can help you fight off acne and other unwanted skin problems. Here is more info: http://ronincome.blogspot.com/
i dont think you would need supplements to treat acne. oatmeal is a very good remedy for that
1. depends on your deficiency/toxicity/emotions
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