Spot Treatment: Managing Teenage Skin -- A Seminar

For most teens, a little good-skin education can help minimize eruptions and save self-esteem. More than that, starting a solid routine early prolongs skin's youthful, healthy appearance
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For most teens, a little good-skin education can help minimize eruptions and save self-esteem. More than that, starting a solid routine early prolongs skin's youthful, healthy appearance
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To get their kids to finish their meals, some Chinese parents tease them with, "If you leave rice on your plate, you'll marry a spotty-faced boy/girl." My Chinese Mum grew up hearing it; I heard it a few times, too. And when my seven-year-old niece Lauren heard it recently, the little one answered, "It wouldn't matter if he has a spotty face. He might be a very nice person."

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Best. Answer. Ever. But let's face it, no matter what anyone else thinks or says, breakouts suck, especially for teens as they navigate The Hormonal Years. Thankfully, for most people, a little good-skin education can help minimize eruptions and save self-esteem. More than that, starting a solid routine early prolongs skin's youthful, healthy appearance, .

Want to know more? If you're a Toronto-area beautygeek, join Consonant and me on Tuesday March 26th (details below) to chat about young-skin needs and that early routine!

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We'd love to see you!

Opening photo by Patrick Demarchelier; image borrowed from Teen Vogue. Second image © Royalty-Free/Corbis.