Acne is like the bad kind of house guest, it shows up at the worst times, never wants to leave, and leaves a mess in its wake. Nearly 85% of all people have acne at some point in their lives seen most often on their face, chest, and back, and acne is the most common skin disorder in the United States. Even though acne starts in puberty it is not restricted to any age group so it is important to develop a serious skin care routine to keep the acne at bay and leaving you with a clear, bright face.
As a consumer, you hold a lot more power than you may think you do, and that power lies in your hard-earned cash. After all, money talks and makes the world go ’round, right? Cash still reigns as king, especially in the hands of consumers. As such, it’s important to pay close attention to skin care products you purchase. As a matter of fact, you should only trust the condition and health of your skin to professional skin care products.
Like many other health conscious Americans, you most likely check the nutritional facts of the food products you buy in grocery stores. Anything that doesn’t measure up to your healthy standards gets left on the shelf. So why not do the same for your skin care products? By continuing to purchase inexpensive, drug store skin care products, you’r