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We entered the teen years in our home 2 years ago. Currently, my husband and I have TWO teens. Each day is a new adventure to say the least. They seem to change on a weekly, sometime daily, basis. Growing and learning and of course testing the limits. Having a 13 year old daughter in the house, I have learned how to have extra patience and understanding and how to listen more than talk!
These delicate years of life can be trying and hard on your teens confidence. But, there are options out there to help get your teen through these tough years and build that confidence. It seems that girls are harder on themselves than boys at this age (in my home at least). And keeping that self esteem and confidence up can be trying. One area that many teens struggle with is acne. Growing up as a teen, many, many years ago, I remember battling acne. I felt embarrassed and defeated most of the time. When my daughter started to have small break outs on her face, I understood and wanted to help. She is very insistent on taking care of her skin. Probably better than her mom is! So, all I had to help with was finding and purchasing the right products for her and she took over with her cleansing routine.
She was quite happy when we found AcneFree Products at Walmart. Before trying the AcneFree line, we tried quite a few products, and she was miserable.
The AcneFree line can be purchased at Walmart Stores. In our store, it was located in the cosmetic area near the makeup removers and face wash products.
We purchased the AcneFree Sonic Advanced Cleansing Duo as well as several products from the Daily Skin Therapy Line: Daily Skin Therapy Acne Wash, Daily Skin Therapy Pads, and Daily Skin Therapy Complexion Perfecting Cream. The Great new 3-Step line from AcneFree helps to re-balance acne-prone skin. You can purchase these products separately, or for maximum benefits, purchase together like we did.
The AcneFree Sonic Advanced Cleansing Duo was my teens favorite product. She loved the way it felt on her skin. In her words “It was like a face massage with a tingly cool refreshing feeling at the end”. And “it helped to wake up my face”.
And, as a mom I love all of these benefits:
*Oil free cleanser clears blackheads and acne breakouts
*nonporous brush is easy to clean AND can be used in the shower!
*No additional brush heads are needed because it’s so easy to clean
*compact, so it’s easy to take when we travel
*No need to pay over $100 in a department store. I can grab it at WalMart and save some money!
MORNING Face Care ROUTINE
My teens morning routine has changed drastically. It has become much easier for her now that she has nixed the extra foundation. Previously, she would cake on foundation daily to try and cover up her acne, which then caused more breakouts. With AcneFree, she feels confident again. And it’s rare that she applies foundation anymore. After her morning cleansing routine, she applies just a little mascara, a lipgloss, and sometimes a touch of powder and she’s done. This is a HUGE incentive, as once she starts high school, the alarm will be going off at 5:45am and she will have less time to get moving. Check out her new morning routine below. She explains it much better than I do:
This as she mentioned has helped to clear up her skin. Her acne isn’t gone forever, but we love how AcneFree helps in the care and treatment of acne prone skin.
Newly found confidence
This video makes me smile. I love the confidence boost that having a clearer face has given to my not-so-little baby girl! We tend to forget just how hard middle and high school can be for a young girl. Finding products to make this time of their lives easier, will make any mom smile.
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WHAT IS YOUR Teens Morning Routine?