Royal Jelly for Acne

I'm a 27 year old guy who suffers from acne since i'm in my teens. The acne is significantly decrease over the years but never leave my face completely clear. I've taken interest on natural remedies, especially honey ( i use Royal Jelly.)

It was not easy looking for informations about it on the net until i found your website. I've been using Royal Jelly, topically on my face and leave it overnight and wash it all up in the morning. It has done wonders! The acnes was cleared almost magically. BUT, there's also this symptoms that appears after, it dries parts of my face so the skin is blackened and looked as if it's about to peel.

I've read somewhere that Royal Jelly regenerates skin, but what i want to ask you about is whether this symptom that i'm having, is a part of that regeneration.

I've been chemically peeled before with my dermatologist, and i can say what i'm having now with royal jelly, is similar. But i wanted to know is, if this symptom is an early step to experience the wonders of Royal Jelly, means, i still have to keep using it? (I used less than a quarter of a tablespoon, and apply directly onto my face after i cleaned it.) Or should i just stop. It was a bit uncomfortable looking at my face now, but if it's going to peel, I wouldn't be bothered by it at all.

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Jan 29, 2017
by: Anonymous

Well from what i researched it is very good at moisturizing\nourishing as well. I have severe acne so i can relate. What comes to mind for me is that since the royal jelly is working well to take away acne it leaves a dry looking patch because the skin that was stretched from swelling was mostly dead and it is now flat.

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Royal jelly for acne?

by Ann J.

Can you please tell me if any of your products help with acne? It's for my 12 year old daughter - she has very sensitive skin.

Angela's Comments:

We do find that taking Royal Jelly capsules or powder combined with our So Ho Mish cream (applied topically) does seem to help with skin issues. Royal Jelly has had many studies done on its skin healing effects (dermatitis and other inflammatory conditions) and it is now found in many skin/cosmetic products.

It contains numerous vitamins and minerals such as vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, acetyl-choline and zinc, all of which are excellent for the skin. Studies indicate that the acids found in Royal Jelly contribute to its collagen production and promotion.

I would recommend taking 2 - 3 1000 mg capsules per day of royal jelly.

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