looking in the mirrorWhile looking good means feeling good, unfortunately, many of us do not feel as confident in our skin as we’d like to. In fact, one recent survey found that less than 10 percent of women truly love their complexion.

If you’re among the 90 percent, take solace in knowing that you can impact the future of your skin. Start by addressing your primary skin concerns with a targeted skincare routine that is clinically proven to restore a healthy, clear, even-toned complexion.

As you embark on your journey to great skin, remember, your skin condition didn’t happen overnight. It will take time to see results. Stay consistent and track your progress. Don’t zoom in on flaws. Instead, focus on what you love about your complexion—and the progress you are making.

Attitude, like knowledge, is power. Feeling good about the reflection you see in the mirror and your progress will go a long way toward positively affecting the outcome.

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