There have been a lot of questions from various people posting about their particular beliefs about the skin problems being incurable.
So, are there skin problems that will never be cured by some people? Most assuredly, YES!
I have struggled with severe skin problems for over 10 years and in the course of that time have gone to see 20+ doctors (most of them alternative/naturopathic) to try and unearth the cause of my terrible skin. They have never been able to find answers.
I'be been tested for candida, Leaky gut syndrome, adrenal fatigue, thyroid issues, malnutrition, hormone imbalances, systemic infections, heavy metal toxicity, etc, etc, etc.
I have done an immense amount of colon and liver cleanses, eaten raw organic foods, been on juice fasts, taken hundreds of different types of supplements, practiced meditation, had Applied Kinesiology performed, had accupunture perfomed, went to a Chinese herbalist, went to numerous holistic dermatologists, been to endocrinologists, use only all natural skincare products, taken glyconutrients, taken nutritional oils, taken stem cell supplements, prayed and begged ceaselessly, etc.
All of this has not produced even the slightest change in my skin.
I know people are trying to be helpful when they say that everyone's skin problems can be cured, but this is an absolute fallacy. People come on here and say that there isn't anything in this world that can't be cured. I really do appreciate that encouragment and optimism but the reality is quite different.
People say, "Just find the cause of your skin problems and you will be on your way to the cure." Don't you think that sometime in the past 10 years with all my constant searching that I would have somehow affected the cause (even slightly)? Well, I haven't.
So, for all of you who wonder- Is is possible that my skin problems will never end?
Yes, it is very possible. Take it from someone who has experienced it themself.
No, not all skin problems can be cured. It would be nice if that were true, but unfortunately it is not the case.