The Skincare excuse Hall of Fame - EXCUSE #5
This excuse is rooted in family protection, wanting to make sure your kids have what they need to live a good life. That’s completely understandable so let’s add a little balance to the equation.
The kids that come into my skin clinic never look under loved. It’s obvious to me that their needs are more than provided for. I love to see that!
So, just make sure that excuse is not hiding the same mistake women around the world have made for a millennia. Skincare is self-care!
Putting your wants and needs last on the list.
You know we do it! Just remember, kids model what they see from their parents and environment. What do you want to teach them? You want to teach them that skincare is self-care and it's important to nourish and protect their skin.
The very good news about my product line is that a little bit goes a long way. That means you get way more than what you paid for. Unlike drugstore or home party brands, my products have active ingredients that give you results quickly.
And there are no junk fillers to further reduce the potency of the product! Slowly implement one product at a time as you run out of your old product if budget is tight.
In order to give your kids the best in life show them the importance of balance. Show them the importance of taking care of themselves is a priority and to make time for self-care.
Ready? I am when you are!
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