|Skin Care Tips||vol. 5/issue 4|
|Plain Talk About Acne to Parents|
Whether your teen is dealing with acne or the beginning stages of rosacea, you are going to have to help them make some important skin care choices. Sure, you know that the world is not going to come to an end, that there is life after high school – but the fact is, no matter how mature your teen is – when it comes to their skin, they are living in the here and now. They are not thinking about how their face is going to look in 20 years – they are concerned about how they are going to look tomorrow at school.
As their parents, you have to think ahead for them. If you could give them something to put on their skin that would clear it up overnight, but you knew in 20 years they would have skin cancer, would you let them use it?
Many acne preparations use ingredients such as polyethylene, triethanolamine, isopropanol butylated hydroxytoluene, ceteareth-20, diazolidinyl urea, lecithin, PEG-100 stearate, tocopherol, glycolic acid, salicylic acid, bisabolol, or propylene glycol, all of which are associated with an increased cancer risk. A great many promise overnight results, which should alert you to the danger right away.
Talk to your teen about long-term skin care. Fall is the perfect time to get started on a new, safe and effective program to be ready for the rest of the school year. Start your teen using AR Crème as a preventative or to help clear up their existing skin blemishes today. Its unique formula with 26% emu oil makes it great for clearing up existing acne as well as treating acne/rosacea. Your teen is thirty days away from clear, healthy skin – for life.
Visit https://www.purpleemu.com/store/newarcreme.html for more information on this wonderful, all natural solution to teen and adult acne. Use AR1 in the coupon area and get $5.00 off your order.
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