Ted's Suggestions for Redness and Small Bumps on Face?

Posted by C. (Ma, USA) on 03/24/2015

Hi Ted,

I am a 24 year old female from Massachusetts. I used to suffer from acne during puberty but that has seemed to diminish. I now suffer from redness and small bumps on my forehead as well as the upper cheeks and around the mouth. My concern is that every time I have been on antibiotics my skin clears up almost instantly. More specifically, amoxicillin seems the be the best for my redness and small bumps. Also, if I have ever had to take benadryl that helps almost overnight as well. I hate taking antibiotics and I will not retake them as I have been on them way too much in the past due to acne.

Any ideas why this happens to me!? It must be something internal going on. Any alternatives that you could recommend would be great. PS I recently had blood taken and everything is normal.

Thank you so much for your time and advice.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
03/24/2015

Your immune system is low, caused by some diets that happens to be deficient in zinc and possibly vitamin A. Water fluoridation can cause it too. Sugar in drinks, chocolate, cocoa, fried foods, and the like are mostly responsible. Constipation, dehydration, tendencies not to drink water are also responsible. In some cases low vitamin E and obstructed capilaries due to vitamin K deficiencies. Eating late in evening and periods are also the problem, in some cases big breakfast especially the bacon and eggs with juices. An easy way is oxidizing or oxygenation of blood to kill them. Usually works in 3 days is 15 cc of 3% H2O2 to 1 liter of water.

Ted

Replied by C.
USA
03/24/2015

Thank you so much for your response. I will try managing my diet, although I am a vegetarian yet each fish as well. I do eat a lot of sugar. I will also try the h2o2 mixed with water. If there is any chance that this is an environmental allergy of some sort, is there something natural that will counteract the allergen? Thank you again.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
03/24/2015

Common allergens in US are usually fungus, best rid of in long run with ammonium cleaners.