Acnepril is an herbal supplement that has been developed to get rid of the causes of acne. Unlike most acne remedies, Acnepril is simply an herbal health supplement that you take by mouth rather than applying a skin cream or lotion.
Acnepril contains all natural acne fighting ingredients contained in capsule form. To use, you simply take between 2-3 capsules daily, and let nature do the rest.
Acnepril is available online from the company website for £18. 62 for a months supply of capsules. Two months supply of Acnepril comes with free bottle of Avecix a skin lotion and retails at £37. 24 plus postage. This is a US based company so be aware of shipping costs and delivery times, however these are not stated on the website.
Acnepril works by attacking the causes of acne. By ridding the body of hormonal imbalance and by detoxifying, your body will produce less acne causing sebum. Treating acne by redressing hormonal imbalance is not a new idea because in the past prescription drugs based on Isotretinoin have been very effective for some users – most usually with Accutane.
Unfortunately Isotretinoin had a number of unpleasant side effects including hair loss depression and itching. Acnepril was developed as a safe alternative to Isotretinoin and to treat hormonal imbalance using only natural products.
Acnepril contains a combination of natural ingredients and vitamins including a propriatory brand antioxidant containing green tea, as well as dandelion root, witch hazel, apple cider vinegar and vitamins A and C. Each capsule contains 18 ingredients.
The principle of treating the root causes of acne by capsule is an idea that will appeal to many people. It makes sense that the root cause of acne lies beneath the skin and changing your hormonal balance to reduce sebum levels sounds plausible. Many topical acne skin creams and lotions are harsh on the skin so this new method of treatment will appeal to long-term sufferers.
The big problem with Acnepril is that the ingredients do not really add up to adjusting hormone levels. The ingredients , such as apple vinegar do have some health benefits according to folk lore – apple vinegar known as a cure for rheumatism for example – but have little scientific proof to back these claims up. The other ingredients such as dandelion root are antioxidants, however you could probably get similar health benefits from making simple dietary changes yourself.
Acnepril may suit some people and will certainly not do you any harm. However anyone looking to cure his or her acne condition by this alone may be disappointed.