What Does Yeast (Candida) Related Acne Look Like?

Starting in 1982, I noticed some of my clients had certain blemishes/acne that I could not help. I would shake my head and tell them that it was “something in their blood”. I did not know what, but it was not a typical acne condition.

Photo 1 – Yeast Related Acne

acne nodule

Photo 2 – Nodules

I had one client named Barbara. She came to me for more than two years. She had what looked like cigarette burns all over her face, brows, eyelids and neck (acne is never on eyelids-never). She also had hyper- and hypo- pigmentation. It was a pretty bad situation for her. The “cigarette-burn-like” lesions were raw looking in the middle with “crispy” brown edges. These edges were where scabs were trying to form but could not due to the yeast activity in the raw area. Usually, this type of blemish itches. When they first come up, they are in the form of nodules (Photo 2).

You can clearly see that the nodules are NOT associated with a follicle (pore) and that the bump is in the tissue rather than in the follicle.  It is difficult to leave this type of blemish alone because it itches and it is painful.

Photo 3 – Lesions, Scarring & Hyper- & Hypo- Pigmentation

When trying to heal, this blemish has a very difficult time due to the yeast activity. When healing finally takes place, you are not really healed as you will see red marks in place of the raw lesion.  Over time, there will be some healing and as seen in the above Photo 1 and at right Photo 3, the marks are brown (hyperpigmented) or white (hypopigmented).  Sometimes the scaring is deeper as in Photo 3. This is partly due to client scraping with fingernails becasue of the itching and/or damage by destructive yeast destroying the living tissue.  You can also see the hyper- and hypo- pigmentation here in Photos 1 & 3.

Back to Barbara…
Barbara came to me 4 weeks after her last facial and her skin was perfect. I do mean perfect. No acne, no pigmentation, nothing.  How could that be. She discovered she had yeast (she had other symptoms as well). That was the answer I had been looking for for quite some time (there ‘WAS’ something in the blood).  Then as the years passed, I had many clients with varying types of blemishes that looked similar to Barbara’s. We gave them a protocol to work with and amazing results happened quickly. While it’s not an “overnight” cure, we can clear it seemingly overnight and with some modifications in your lifestyle and diet, we (you and Brea) can get it clear and rid your body of yeast. And, in one month’s time, you will have clear, perfect skin. It will take some dedication on your part and I know you can do it.

I have the answers for this skin problem and it is amazing how quickly clearing can take place when placed on the proper protocol.

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  • Fibromas
  • Sebaceous Hyperplasia (inverted follicles)
  • Cherry Angiomas
  • Skin Tags
  • Keratosis
  • Broken Capillaries
  • Cholesterol Deposits
  • Spider Naevi

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skin tag asheville

SKIN TAG
A skin tag is a small tag of skin which may have a peduncle (stalk) – they look like a small piece of soft, hanging skin. Skin tags are invariably benign – non cancerous – tumors of the skin which cause no symptoms, unless it is repeatedly rubbed or scratched, as may happen with clothing, jewelry, or when shaving.  They most often grow on the eyelids, underarms, under the breasts, groin, upper chest and neck.

Cherry-AngiomaCHERRY ANGIOMA
A cherry angioma is bright red, of a circular or oval shape, and small—ranging in size from a pinpoint to one-fourth of an inch in diameter. Some cherry angiomas appear smooth and even with your skin, while others appear slightly raised. They most often grow on the torso, arms, and shoulders.

telangiectasiaTELANGIECTASIA Thread Veins, Spider Naevus, Broken Capillaries
Thread veins are tiny blood vessels which run close to the surface of the skin and look like fine red, or sometimes purple, wiggly lines. They’re also sometimes called ‘spider veins’ or ‘broken veins’, although the veins aren’t infact broken but only slightly enlarged and close to the surface. The medical term for them is telangiectasia. We only work on the facial area for these.

Seborrheic keratosisSEBORRHEIC KERATOSIS
A benign skin disorder due to excessive growth of the top layer of skin cells, usually found in persons over 30 years old. They may appear as just one growth or in clusters. They are most often brown but can differ in color and range anywhere from light tan to black. They come in different sizes, anywhere from a fraction of an inch (orcentimeter) to an inch (2.5 cm) in diameter. The telltale feature of seborrheic keratoses is that they look like they have been pasted on the skin or just stuck on it. They may look like a dab of warm brown candle wax that dropped on the skin. Almost everybody eventually develops at least a few seborrheic keratoses since they tend to become more common and more numerous with age. They are sometimes referred to as “barnacles of old age.” The development of seborrheic keratoses is sometimes triggered by pregnancy, estrogen therapy or certain medical conditions.

sebhpl2SEBACEOUS HYPERPLASIA / INVERTED FOLLICLES
Sebaceous hyperplasia is the term used for enlarged sebaceous glands (also known as inverted follicles) seen on the forehead or cheeks of the middle-aged and elderly. Sebaceous hyperplasia appears as small yellow bumps up to 3 mm in diameter. Close inspection reveals a central hair follicle surrounded by yellowish lobules. There are often prominent blood vessels separating the lobules. Due most likely to sun damage, the sebaceous (oil) glands have risen to the surface and surround the hair follicle. They can become extremely knobbly and give the skin a rough appearance.

cholesterol deposits near eyes ashevilleCHOLESTEROL DEPOSITS Xanthomas
The cause of xanthomas on the eyelids is not known. They are not contagious nor are they harmful. Simply put, they are small buildups of fat under the surface of the skin. Normally, excess fat is absorbed so the appearance of these growths can indicate an abnormality in that fat absorption process.