It’s funny what’s important when you are a teen. For me it was fitting in, and appearance was a big part of this.Clothes were important, but the most important things were clean skin and straight teeth. So I was zero for three.
My skin wasn’t too bad compared with what my mom went through. She had really terrible, scarring acne. And in the 1950’s the best dermatological advice she got was to not eat French fries or chocolate. A good diet can help, but really nowhere near enough for solving her acne problem.
I think you can see a bit of the beginnings of my mom’s acne problem in her freshman high school picture. At the same age my daughter is now, Mom already had painful acne on her chin.
Mom was very pretty and a popular cheerleader in college when her skin cleared up a bit, but you never totally feel confident when you have pimples. Bad skin is both physically and emotionally painful!
All three of my teens have some degree of skin problems they are handling. I had an opportunity to test MaxClarity on my kids and I decided to focus on my thirteen-year-old daughter. My boys seem to have a handle on caring for their skin, but for my daughter, it’s a new problem that’s getting much worse.
She’s been washing her face with something I bought for her at the drugstore, but it’s not been enough.
This time last year she had that creamy, soft skin kids have. Now she has clogged pores, blackheads and whiteheads. Painful acne is just around the corner for her, as it was for my sons, and for my mother and me at that age.
She’ll be using MaxClarity for the next month to improve her existing skin problems. MaxClarity is a new non-prescription acne-fighting system of foam cleansers. The product contain either Benzoyl Peroxide or Salicylic acid. I think these are two of the best topical treatments for bad skin.
What’s different about MaxClarity is that these chemicals are micronized and can penetrate the skin extremely well through the foam.
My daughter says the system is easy to use. There are three products: she uses two in the morning and two at night before bed. We’ll talk a lot more about that in our follow-up post in a few weeks.
Above are her before pictures. I’ll track her progress and next month she’ll report on what it’s like to use. I’ll follow up with some “after” pictures.
Confidence is very important during the teen years. I want my daughter to be confident in her appearance so she can focus on other things. I want her to learn and help and dream, unhindered from worrying about acne.
I’m going to have her check out the MaxClarity Difference Team, who seem dedicated to a product that works and great customer service.
Also, take a look at the MaxClarity Difference Promise, a money-back guarantee. I like the thought that if I recommend this product at the end of our trial, my friends can try it without losing money if they don’t like it.
I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of MaxClarity and received a product sample to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.