The first thing that comes to mind when you think of Sulfur is the awful smell that accompanies it. Rotten eggs, sewage ... nothing about the word "Sulfur", or "Sulphur" as it is spelt in some countries, seems innately healthy, soothing or like something you'd like to put on your face or elsewhere. However, it turns out that sulfur just has a bad reputation and is actually extremely useful in the battle against acne and other similar skin conditions. Sulfur is actually an essential natural element dating back to the days of the Bible, when it was referred to then as "Brimstone". Naturally, sulfur is actually odorless, so do not worry that it'll smell bad in any way, because it will not. Both our ointment and soap have pleasant smells. First used in China in 6th century BC, sulfur has antifungal, antibacterial, and keratolytic properties, which make it ideal for the treatment of acne and other skin problems. Keratolytic agents encourage the shedding of dead skin cells that could block pores and cause acne, pimples and other blemishes and excess sebum production. Sulfur is also an important natural component in many amino acids, including: Taurine (an amino acid that stabilizes cell membranes), Methionine (an amino acid that detoxifies cells and is involved in pain relief) and Carnitine (an amino acid that transports long chain fatty acids preventing accumulations of lipoproteins). Acne often occurs when sebum, secreted by the sebaceous glands, becomes blocked on its way to the skin's surface via its pathway through a hair follicle or pore. The bacteria within the clogged pore can be irritating to the skin and trigger an immune reaction, causing the redness and inflammation often associated with acne. Sulfur's antibacterial properties (in addition to its preventative keratolytic agents) whisk away harmful bacteria and prevent acne from forming on the skin's surface...Try it today risk free with our 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee!