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Unblemished

Unblemished

Stop Breakouts! Fight Acne! Transform Your Life! Reclaim Your Self-Esteem with the Proven 3-Step Program Using Over-the-Counter Medications

Foreword by: Vanessa Williams
It's a fact: Acne affects at least 50 million American men and women of all ages, ethnicities, and skin types. Yet so few of us understand why we have acne, and what we can do to treat it. Did I wash my face the wrong way? Did I eat too much chocolate? Will that expensive new cream really work? Will my face ever look better?
In Unblemished, Drs. Katie Rodan and Kathy Fields -- creators of Proactiv Solution, the country's #1 selling acne-care product -- refute some of the most common misunderstandings about acne and present a groundbreaking guide using only over-the-counter medications to banish breakouts forever. Based on proven medical research and their extensive personal experience treating patients, the Rodan and Fields approach works in three basic steps. Rather than spot-treating blemishes and pimples reactively, their system -- individualized for every skin color, type, and age -- treats the entire face using an easy-to-follow regimen that is designed to attack acne at its source so you can get the clear, beautiful skin you've always wanted.
You can change the face of acne -- and you can change your life.
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  • Atria Books | 
  • 384 pages | 
  • ISBN 9780743482059 | 
  • March 2005
List Price $23.99
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Chapter One: skin under siege

"My little nephew, who's only two, turned to me and said, 'Auntie, can I connect the dots on your face?' He didn't know what he was saying, but I was totally humiliated.

I used to wake up crying because I'd feel a new lump on my face every morning."

Amanda, age thirty-one

No matter what your skin color or type, whether you're eight, eighteen, thirty-eight, or sixty-eight, you can get acne. You may have one pimple or a hundred, but the process is the same. Acne vulgaris is the most common
and often the most debilitating skin disease that exists. Over 90 percent of
all people on... see more

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