If you have acne it simply means you are genetically predisposed to have
skin that is more likely to break out.
This shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise because each of us humans
is a little different. There are people who can eat junk food all day long and
not gain a pound, then there are people (like me) who gain 5 pounds just
thinking about junk food.
Acne is the same way.
One of the common responses I get from people skeptical if the Acne X
Factor system is this: “You’re telling me to stop doing [blank]? I know a
person who does [blank] all the time and they have flawless skin”.
My response is that you have acne prone skin and that other person
I could go on and on about the subtle differences that each of us shares:
Some people are more sensitive to the sun and burn in the shade.
Others can spend all day in the sun and walk away with a nice golden tan.
Some people have violent allergic reactions to certain foods.
Others can eat those same foods without a problem.
Some people can pack on muscle without setting foot in a gym.
Others have to work out like a dog to get six pack abs.
And yes, some people can do the exact opposite of what’s shared in Acne
X Factor and still have clear skin.
Maybe we didn’t get dealt a fair hand by having acne prone skin, but
complaining or cursing the god of your choice isn’t going to change what
If you’re looking for a silver lining I will offer you this, there are much worse
health conditions that through a genetic twist of fate you could acquire than
I know it seems like the end of the world every time some jerk makes an
insensitive comment about your skin, but with the Acne X Factor as your
guide, you can quickly beat acne despite having acne prone skin