Adult acne can be particularly frustrating. For some, it extends well beyond their teens and into their 30s, 40s and 50s, while others experience acne for the first time as an adult.1 For Jennifer Coleman, her acne started as a teen and then went away, only to reappear again in her 30s after a particularly stressful year. Worst of all, adult acne and signs of skin aging affected her confidence. “As a mother of two beautiful girls, I wanted to be the perfect role model they could look up to. But I felt like my confidence wasn’t where it should be… and my girls could tell.”
Jennifer is no stranger to beauty products. Realizing she had gained a wealth of beauty knowledge from her countless hours spent researching ways to treat her skin concerns, she created a beauty blog* to share this new-found knowledge with the world. But even with all that knowledge, Jennifer still struggled with skin issues. After trying nearly everything, Jennifer’s doctor suggested the Obagi Nu-Derm® System to address the signs of skin aging and prescribed tretinoin for her acne and the results couldn’t be clearer!
“Nu-Derm came as a relief to my skin because of all the harsh things my doctor had prescribed before,” Jennifer explains. “The [Nu-Derm] System did wonders for my skin. It’s never looked this good in all my life. I believe my skin story embodies Obagi’s theme of transformation. Obagi for life is my motto now!”
Today, she has gorgeous glowing skin and a restored confidence she can’t help but smile about. Watch Jennifer’s touching story as she shares how Obagi helped her regain beautiful, healthy, younger-looking skin, allowing her more time to focus on life’s precious moments like her friends and family.
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Reference: 1. Adult Acne. http://www.aad.org/dermatology-a-to-z/health-and-beauty/every-stage-of-life/adult-skin/adult-acne*. American Academy of Dermatology. Accessed August 29, 2013.
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