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Urine Therapy For Acne

Urine Therapy for acne

Urine Therapy for acne sounds strange. But individuals that have acne or coping with the problem of pimples, blisters, cysts, and scarring, often try various methods to combat their acne problem.  Many of them have discovered that various washes, cleansers, medications, and other products fail to provide them with the benefits that improve their acne.

There is a whole branch of the health industry (Urotherapy) that is focused on the idea that your urine has healing powers. Urotherapy is used to cure everything from cystic acne to wrinkles, and even gut problems. This requires you to either put your urine on your skin or, drink it.

Some school of thought claims that pee has minerals and nutrients that your body can still put to good use.

At first glance, this doesn’t seem like such a far-fetched idea, and even toddlers have proven that getting it all over your skin is really no big deal. Additionally, it is free, something that is not easy to say about a beauty treatment.

Using one’s own urine as a healing therapy has been around for ages, and even older than Chinese medicine. The practice was described in the Shivambu Kalpa Vidhi, which is part of 5,000-year-old sacred Hindu text.

Urotherapy or the practice of using urine both internally and externally to help cure disease, including skin complaints like acne, can be traced to many countries and to many cultures, from the Peruvian Indians to ancient Egypt.


Both the scientific and alternative communities have explored and expounded the theory behind urine therapy, with the Fifth World Congress on Urotherapy being held in 2009 in Mexico. The congress brought over 600 people, who gathered to discuss the positive results of practitioners and patients using urine therapy.

Contrary to what you might suspect, the most important fact about urine is that urine is not a waste product, but is free of toxins and contains a resource unique to each individual when internally or externally re-introduced into the body.

Laboratory confirmation has shown that urine is 95 to 98% water, and the rest are biochemical compounds in little amounts that may have curative properties.

Urine therapy is a practice that is popular in alternative medicine and goes by multiple names including urotherapy, uropathy, and Urinotherapy. Most people that practice urine therapy uses his or her urine for cosmetic or medicinal purposes.

Advocates of Urine Therapy

One of the practitioners of Urotherapy, Coen van der Kroon, who also is the author of the book “The Golden Fountain: The Complete Guide of Urine Therapy,” even suggested washing the face with fresh urine to combat acne.

Martha Christy, a medical research writer, has collected data on the success of urine as a treatment for many diseases, including acne. She gathered affirmations from established medical community and testimonials from patients, and she herself has used urine therapy.

Urine in one form or another is an ingredient in some cosmetics and drugs, and it is a product found in some facial creams as urea. The Urea has been synthetically duplicated and is not animal derived.

In Premarin, a drug used in hormone replacement therapy, the estrogen present has been isolated from the urine of mares (pregnant).

 Application of Urine Therapy for Acne

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For medicinal purposes, an individual might gulp their own urine in an attempt to heal their bodies of various illnesses, but, urine therapy for acne is used for cosmetic purposes, as it is massaged into the skin. The practice has been used by people of old but is fairly new for modern men, who are more inclined to look for a natural cure for their acne.

To conduct urine therapy for acne, the first step is to collect your urine. It is recommended that you use your first urine of the day, which normally occurs early in the morning.

After that, you should use a cotton ball and apply the urine to your skin.

Individuals that want to use the urine as a toner should allow the urine to sit on the skin for a few minutes before rinsing it off.

Homeopathic Urine Treatment for Acne

One of the simplest ways to use urotherapy for the treatment of acne is to prepare it according to the rules of homeopathy. This involves dilution and Succussion. Steps involved include:

  • Take a drop of fresh urine, collected midstream from the morning’s first discharge.
  • Add it to a tablespoon of sterilized water in a glass dropper container.
  • Shake the bottle approximately 50 times against the palm of your hand.
  • Take one drop of this mixture and add it to a tablespoon of water in a glass vial.
  • Shake, and repeat this procedure a total of three times, which is an equivalent of a 3X homeopathic potency.
  • Take a few drops under the tongue each day until acne symptoms begin to improve.
  • You can always repeat the process, each time increasing the succussions to reach the 4X potency and so on.

External Applications for the Treatment of Acne


Perhaps the most straightforward method of using urine therapy for the treatment of acne is to use external applications, which is a simple technique.

Moisten a clean, damp cloth with morning urine and apply it to the face, leaving it on like a mask or compress for 20 – 30 minutes. It is believed that acne, rashes, athlete’s foot, and fungal skin problems respond noticeably to urine soaks and compresses.

Risk Factor

Individuals have reported that drinking or injecting urine or applying it directly to the skin is safe and not linked to any harmful side effects. However, the safety of these practices has not been established by scientific studies, and there have been reports of nausea, vomiting, upset stomach, and diarrhea after drinking one’s own urine, especially during the first few days.

Furthermore, some medications are excreted into the urine, and by drinking your own urine again, patients can accumulate toxic levels of these medications

In the end, urotherapy for acne still remains a topic for tomorrow, but anyone who wants to give it a try, should so do, and let us know how it goes.




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