ATTENTION! If you or someone you love is suffering from acne, then this will be the most important letter you will ever read…

“Former Acne Sufferer Finally Reveals the Only Clinically Proven Holistic Method to Stop the Breakouts, Heal the Red Marks, and Cure Your Acne Forever!”

There’s a super effective way to beat this horrible disease – and it’s…

  • A holistic approach WITHOUT the use of creams or medications
  • Thoroughly PROVEN effective by several Clinical Studies
  • Absolutely GUARANTEED to cure your acne 2 months or less
  • Will show results within the first 7 days!
  • Effective on ALL types of acne from both teenagers or adults.
  • Changed the lives of thousands of former acne sufferers

Dear Acne Sufferer,

Are you struggling to get rid of acne? Are you frustrated for not being able to eliminate your acne or control your breakouts despite all your efforts? Trust me when I say that I know exactly how you feel. I personally had gone through the very same experience years ago. I have battled with my severe acne for 5 years until I have finally found the cure, got rid of it permanently and helped thousands of people achieve permanent clear skin.

You’re about to discover what might be the most powerful acne approach ever developed. It’s the same approach that I, and thousands of people, just like you, used to permanently cure their acne and achieve flawless clear skin.

My name is George McCumiskey and over the past 5 years, through extensive research in nutritional science, I’ve developed a sure-fire, 100% guaranteed formula that is backed by 20,000+ hours of nutritional expertise for eliminating acne for good.

This is a very rare, highly unique and potently powerful acne healing formula, which very few sufferers know exists – even though it’s been thoroughly proven to…

  • Eradicate EVERY SINGLE pimple, pustule, blackhead and cyst
  • Cause acne marks and scars to COMPLETELY FADE
  • Change your oily or dry skin back to optimal moisture levels
  • Even out skin tone and make redness DISAPPEAR
  • Dramatically improve the quality of your life!

If you are unhappy with your skin, then rest assured, I am here to help! I’ll show you exactly how to achieve perfect, acne-free skin without the use of any drugs or typical acne treatments. In fact, i’ll personally guarantee you will cure your acne, and I have the results to prove it!

The Proof In Case Studies

Before this unique holistic acne curing method was publicly released, I provided the formula to 7 acne sufferers who had found my blog. These are the first 3 of those 7 case studies.

Case Study #1: Angelica Morrison

“I look and feel like a new woman!”

“Dear George, I don’t know what I would have done without your help. In 3 weeks my skin is the best it’s ever been!

Prior to your program, I bought hundreds of different face products when I accidentally saw your site. I gave your system a try and within a week all my family and friends noticed a huge change. Two months later, and without spending obscene amounts on all sorts of chemicals and creams, all of the little cysts and bumps under the skin, as well as the evil pimples I once had were gone. Completely!!!

Today, when ever I see people with acne I want to run up and tell them about your system. You have been a true friend all the way and I have no words to express my gratitude. God bless you!” -Angelica Morrison, Birmingham, UK

Before

After

Angelica Morrison, 25 was on the program from June 2nd to August 13th. She reported a significant improvement in her “background redness” inflammation associated with early cases of Rosacea. Thank you Angelica for making use of the “Publicity Discount” and allowing me to publish your story.

Case Study #2: Jason Matos

“It definitely did work!”

“George,
When I first contacted you and asked about the program I thought to myself, “Seems like it could work, but it’s not for me.”

I’ve struggled with a mild case of acne for 2 years now, but it was never very terrible like the other pictures i’ve seen on this site.

After thinking about it for a bit, I decided to go back to your website and purchase access with your 365-guarantee in mind. I wanted to really make sure that this system would work for my mild type of acne.

It definitely did work! Within 2 weeks, my acne was gone!

Thank you,
Jason”

Before / After

The above before and after photos are of Jason Matos, 18 years old from Austin, TX. Jason started implementing The Focus:Acne Formula on September 3rd, 2009 and achieved these results in just 12 days. Talk about quick! Thank you Jason for making use of the “Publicity Discount” and allowing me to publish your story.

Case Study #3: Isa Evans

“…truly the only method that made my cysts disappear!”

“Dear George,

I used to feel like I was the unluckiest girl on the planet.

Before finding your website, I had tried everything that my dermatologist recommended me, even Accutane. Nothing worked well enough, and after trying so many different things, I was so frustrated I would sometimes cry myself to sleep.

By random chance, I came across your website and haven’t looked back since. This was truly the only method that made my cysts disappear! My skin has been so good to me since. I guess everyone gets lucky once in a while.

Thank you sooo much, George. I owe you everything!

Kind regards,
Isa Evans”

Before

After

The above before and after photos are of Isa Evans, 18 years old. Isa joined our community in September, 2009, and these pictures were taken in November, 2009. It just goes to show how dramatic the results are with The Focus:Acne Formula. Thank you Isa for making use of the “Publicity Discount” and allowing me to publish your story.

Bottom Line? No Matter The Type or Severity of Acne You Have, You CAN Clear It Permanently!

And the private community following this formula is absolutely proving it with positive results across the board. The remarkably successful “Focus:Acne Formula” has utterly cured acne in every person who has followed it. Every single one!

They’ve succeeded — and once you implement the same system they did, you’re acne will disappear too!

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Who Am I To Make Such a Bold Promise?

There are thousands of acne programs and dozens of people claiming to be experts. However, very few of these so-called “acne experts” practice what they preach or have the credentials to back up their claims. Since you’re probably wondering how this program is different, here’s the whole story:

I’m a graduate of Cornell University’s Division of Nutritional Science and the National College of Naturopathic Medicine for my masters. I’ve been involved in naturopathic medicine as a medical researcher and certified nutritionist for nearly 6 years. Nutritional Sciences is my life, it’s all i’ve ever done.

I’m also a former acne sufferer. From age 13 (i’m 28 now) i’ve suffered with severe, cystic acne all over my face and back. At age 18, I also suffered from Rosacea. My skin was constantly oily in certain places, and overly dry in other places. My face was scattered with marks and scars, and it seemed like there was no end in sight…

My horrible skin destroyed my self confidence, and my social skills suffered as a result. I had issues touching others, or being touched, and had a difficult time making any type of eye contact. I never was able to get a girlfriend, and soon I stopped trying.

I felt secluded, constant shame and anger, embarrassment and insecurity. I kept on asking myself, ‘WHY ME?’

If there is an emotional pain of any kind associated with acne, believe me I have experienced it, first hand. Acne is not an easy disease to bear and if you are like I was, you are obviously in pain. I sympathize and share that pain. I truly do.

My persistent acne affected me so deeply psychologically that I never spent my free time going out with friends. Instead, I stayed at home learning and researching absolutely EVERYTHING I could about my acne condition.

I was also working in the lab 8 hours a day on whatever nutritional research task my boss gave me. With this job, I was able to access information not available to the common acne sufferer. In fact, my profession in Nutritional Sciences allowed me access to a medical database of over 500,000 clinical studies for research.

And what I found was GROUND-BREAKING…

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The Proof in Clinical Studies
  • Dr. Loren Cordain of the Department of Health and Exercise Science at Colorado State University found that acne patients were able to completely cure their acne by following a simple, inexpensive, utterly safe, non-drug approach you’ll read about in a moment. See the proof at: (http://www.thepaleodiet.com/articles/Final%20Acne%20Article.pdf)

“A substantial body of literature now exists that directly implicates diet as the most likely environmental factor underlying the development of acne.” Cordain, L PhD

  • A numerous amount of clinical studies prove there is a direct link between diet and acne. These are the very same studies I used as research to devise The Focus:Acne Formula
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Cold. Hard. Evidence. Right in Front of Our Faces!

There was no refuting the direct evidence these clinical studies provided. It took 4 months of research to sift through every study, find the applicable ones, and compose a nutritional regimen based off the evidence these findings provided.

After only 8 weeks of following this unique nutritional approach… my acne completely disappeared!

The day I realized that I would no longer have to deal with this mentally debilitating disease might have been the most exciting day of my life! I decided I needed to blog about these unknown techniques to spread the word. During the baby stages of my blog, a handful of acne sufferers connected with me and implemented the very same nutritional regimen I applied on myself.

To make sure that this wasn’t a fluke and would prove successful for everyone, I closely followed their progress…

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The Results Were Shocking!

Every man and woman who adopted the early stages of this method, achieved the same exact results I did! Within 3 weeks, the progress reports were startling…

  • Their Existing Acne Was Gone Within Weeks and Often Within Days and Had Not Returned
  • Blackheads, Excessive Oiliness, Peeling and Redness Had Vanished
  • Most Types of Scars and Acne Marks Had Disappeared
  • They Felt Lighter, Healthier and Energetic.
  • Their Self Esteem and Confidence Had Dramatically Improved
  • Their General Health and Quality of Life Had Improved

You’ve already witnessed the first 3 case studies – here are the next 3.

Case Study #4: Xavier Randolph

“I went from the ugliest skin in my class (and probably in my city) to perfectly even and acne-free.”

“Hi George,

I’ve had cysts, pimples, inflammation and pain all over my face and body for as long as I could remember. I used tell myself that there was no one with acne quite as bad as mine.

After hours of researching on the internet, I found Focus Acne on Google. I had a good feeling that this might be the answer to my problems. I was right! Please take a look at the pictures i’ve attached to this e-mail.

With this formula, I went from the ugliest skin in my class (and probably in my city) to perfectly even and acne-free.

It takes some effort and time, but it is was worth it. Your Focus:Acne Formula was a godsend for me!”

Before

After

The above before and after photos are of Xavier Randolph, 20 from Sacramento, CA.

Case Study #5: Randy Markshaw

“…my acne marks have completely faded!”

“Hey George,
You’re the man! I started having problems with my skin about a year ago and tried everything in my local Walgreens to fix it. All that Neutrogena and Clearasil bullcrap did nothing!

My acne was never extremely inflamed but the biggest problem I always had was the acne marks pimples would leave after they healed. These acne marks made my skin look 10 times worse!

I decided to give your nutritional method a try, and literally within 2 months, my acne marks have completely faded!

My skin has never been better and I owe this all to you, George. If you need any help with the forums in the future, please let me know. It’s the least I can do!”

Before

After

The above before and after photos are of Randy Markshaw, 22 from Aurora, IL.

Case Study #6: Lee Stevens

“My results have been so dramatic that sometimes I don’t recognize myself in the mirror!”

“Dear George,

Acne is the most terrible disease anyone could have. OK, maybe Cancer. But anyways, acne has nearly ruined my life for the last 5 years, and it’s the worst sickness i’ve ever had.

I’ve never had a girlfriend, or had many friends. I blamed this on my acne condition. I knew that if I could somehow get over my skin, my life would be better, overall.

Ofcourse I tried every treatment imaginable. Acne was all I thought about, day in and ady out – it seemed every month I was trying something different to find that magic cure.

I read about the Focus Acne Formula on a health blog, and decided that for the Summer of 2010, this would be what I would try.

All I can say is, FINALLY! Something works for me! My results have been so dramatic that sometimes I don’t recognize myself in the mirror!”

Words can’t express how amazing this is to me. You gave me my self-esteem back, and I want to express my deepest sincerity for helping me.”

Before

After

The above before and after photos are of Lee Stevens, 28 from Aurora, IL.

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4 Important Facts About Your Acne Condition

Before you discover the specific method Xavier, Randy and Lee used to cure their acne, you should understand the 4 most important facts regarding your condition.

Fact #1. There’s a ton of conflicting information and ineffective advice.
If you have any type of acne, it’s likely you have been bombarded by by so much conflicting advice about how to treat acne that it becomes truly confusing! Believe me, I understand! Some say your genetics predisposed you to acne. Some say it’s your dirty hygiene. What a job sorting through all of this is! And who can you really believe?

Fact #2. Topical creams and medications cannot cure your acne.
They may temporarily alleviate the symptoms of acne, but none are proven successful in curing acne patients. Think about it. If these topicals actually worked, no one would have chronic acne and dermatologists would be out of business, because EVERYONE has tried them.

Fact #3. Prescription acne drugs will make your skin worse!
When you take prescription drugs, you are attempting to FORCE your body into healing itself of acne. The problem with this approach is that forcing actions in your body just doesn’t work long term. Your immune system will eventually rebel, causing your skin condition to become much worse then when it started!

Fact # 4. A correct nutritional approach will NEVER fail in curing acne.
Nutrition is, and will always be, the building blocks to healthy, acne-free skin. With a correct nutritional approach, you will provide your body with a precise balance of nutrients found in nature. Providing these specific nutrients ALLOWS your body to naturally cure acne on its own.

The “Big Difference” Revealed

There is a big difference between forcing your body to cure acne, and allowing it to cure acne — And this is the cornerstone of this unique nutritional method…


The Focus:Acne Formula

What is it? A unique nutritional method which uses whole-food formulas to nourish the body’s ability to legislate needed actions.

Who is it for? Any adult or teenager suffering from mild, moderate or severe acne, acne vulgaris, cystic acne or nodules, Acne Conglobata, Acne Rosacea, blackheads or whiteheads, papules or pustules, acne on your face, neck, back, shoulders or chest, menopause acne or acne due to monthly cycles. In short, it really doesn’t matter what type of acne you have!

What Does it Provide?

  • Access to The Focus:Acne Formula in complete audio, video, and written format.
  • Access to the private forum and community of acne sufferers just like you.
  • NEW! Q&A Service: Where members can ask detailed questions and get answers from me, personally.

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4 Reasons Why This Formula
Will Undoubtedly Work For YOU

How can you be sure the The Focus:Acne Formula will work for your specific acne condition?

Reason #1. It’s backed by ultra-reliable nutritional science. The formula isn’t based on theory or opinion. Everything in The Focus:Acne Formula is grounded in solid clinical research.

Reason #2. It’s proven on actual acne sufferers. You can count on these acne curing strategies because they’ve helped real-life acne sufferers conquer their condition. Unlike most information on the web which is merely refurbished and incorrect, this is an actual step-by-step formula that has produced successful results!

Reason #3. It’s completely different than anything else you’ve tried. Even if you’ve given the diet and lifestyle approach a try, there are certain specific elements that were probably left out. Discover all the elements you will need to cure acne from all angles.

Reason #4. You can access it without any risk! I am not worried about providing the official money back guarantee below because it literally has not failed on any acne sufferer seriously willing to give it a try!

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Your Acne Cured. Or Your Money Back.

Here’s is my promise to you…

Following The Focus:Acne Formula must significantly improve your skin — and completely cure your acne… or I’ll promptly refund the full price within 365 days, with no hassles and no questions asked!

George McCumiskey

George McCumiskey, ND

Access the Formula for FREE – Only 5 Spots Left!

I’m so so sure your results will be as wonderful as the other members who followed the Focus:Acne Formula that i’m going to fully refund your access charge if you promise to provide me before and after pictures, and permit me to publish it.

I want to tell everyone about your success so the entire world learns how easy it is to reverse, help and heal all forms of acne!

Obviously, I can’t afford to make this offer to everyone — or for very long.

To take advantage of this special “Publicity Discount” and get your access charge completely refunded — you must be one of the next 5 people who wants to participate. HURRY! This will only be around a little while longer…

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Whatever You Do: DON’T Take Acne Lightly

Despite what others might tell you, if you continue on with the same nutritional habits, it’s likely the current state of your acne will get worse.

One of the biggest lies out there is that acne will “eventually go away on it’s own.”
Another huge lie is that there is no permanent cure for acne and it “can only be controlled.”

These are lies that can cost you many years of your livelihood.

The Future of Your Skin and Well-Being is in Your Hands!

Coping with acne for a small period of time is one thing — what’s really terrible is not knowing if it will magically ‘get better on it’s own.’

There are some things in life we can’t control — fortunately, acne is one we can! The biggest thing you stand to lose is the emotional agony this disease puts you through. The ups, the downs – it’s all very stressful. If you don’t want to deal with that, you really owe it to yourself to…

  • HALT your self-conscious and low confidence tendencies
  • FIX your ability to interact with new people
  • STOP sitting at home all day on your computer
  • END feelings of sadness, anger or depression
  • NEVER fear that you may have to deal with reoccurring acne for many years to come

“Acne Took My Livelihood Away…”


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Help is Just a “Click” Away!

The Focus:Acne Formula will show you how to awaken and activate the amazing acne-healing power of your human body so you can return to a normal, stress-free life.

Drugs and creams are not the path to healing. You’ve already seen the overwhelming scientific proof of that.

Your best chance for true healing and a long, healthy life is to try the only strategy that’s been proven to cure acne in every person who has tried it.

The Only Question Is: Will You Take Advantage of It?

Incredibly, these small-but-powerful changes won’t be “worth the effort” for the majority of people who read this.

They’d rather wait for a “silver bullet” medical cure that will never come.

Either they don’t believe such a simple, straight-forward approach can succeed where modern medicine has failed (despite the remarkable success The Focus:Acne Formula has demonstrated with every one who’s tested it) — or they just aren’t willing to lift a finger to save their own life.

What a shame.

The fun these people are missing and the misery they’ll endure later (both unnecessarily) are draining the joy out of this wonderful life.

But That’s Not You, Right?

I didn’t think so.

Don’t let acne destroy the quality of your life for another moment.

Send for a no-risk, “satisfaction guaranteed” access to The Focus:Acne Formula right now – and begin healing your acne the safe, sure, drug-free way!

Sincerely Yours,

George McCumiskey, ND

P.S. OUR MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE. If you don’t experience a dramatic improvement in your skin condition with The Focus:Acne Formula, just return it and I’ll issue an immediate FULL-PRICE REFUND to your credit card for the price of access — along with a confirmation e-mail proving it.

That’s a FULL PRICE guarantee.

And remember my $297.00 DISCOUNT offer: If you promise to send me your acne healing success story – and permit me to publish it — I’ll give you access to The Focus:Acne Formula for FREE! Just click the “Click Here Now” button (below) to collect.

Start healing your acne right away! Send for this absolutely risk-free opportunity to try the most effective acne-reversal program on earth.

Send for your copy of The Focus:Acne Formula right now!

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Case Study #7 : Linda Marshall

“Actual Day-by-Day Results YOU Can Expect”

Day 1
Day 1
(+) Day 1: You will jump-start the detoxification process with these simple at home remedies.
Day 7
Day 7
(-) Day 7: You will discover exactly which foods are causing acne to form. At this point, the home remedies will provide a startling reduction in facial redness and inflamed pimples / cysts!
Day 14
Day 14
(-) Day 14: You will have learned which nutrients accelerate healing. Acne seems to always take too long to heal otherwise. Your existing acne will begin to heal rapidly! No longer will you get those constant reminders that acne is brewing on your face!
Day 21
Day 21
(+) Day 21: Given your results at this point, you are still sticking with it! No more acne is forming, and you are on the brim of curing your acne for good!
Day 28
Day 28
(-) Day 28: The buildup of these necessary nutrients puts your skin on overnight healing! Expect accelerated healing of acne marks and scars!
Day 35
Day 35
(+) Day 35: Consider your acne cured! Your marks and scars are continuing to fade. At this point, with acne gone, your body uses it’s resources to continually improve your skin’s texture and complexion.
Linda Marshall

The above are weekly progress pictures of Linda Marshall who joined the community in February 2010. Thank you Linda for making use of the “Publicity Discount” and allowing me to publish your story.

Day-by-day you will be doing the same exact things she did to actually halt and cure her acne, and experiencing the very same emotional benefits that accompanies perfect, acne-free skin.

Case Study #8: Lee’s Acne

“Within 2 weeks, the acne was completely gone!”

Before / After

Click on the ‘Play’ button below to listen to Lee’s experience with the Focus:Acne Formula:

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