The Solution to Why You May be Struggling with Breakouts

July 10th, 2017

Have you ever tried a new product, only to find that the next day or two your face looks like a pepperoni pizza? 

It can often feel that the new product purchased to help cleanse and clear your skin carries a secret mission to destroy your complexion! A week later that same product that you forked over some serious cash to purchase is found in the pit of your trash can, and you settle for an old regimen that is sub-par at best.

Sound familiar?

Did you know that it can often take weeks to several months for your skin to produce the desired results from a new skin care regimen? 
When it comes to your skin, consistency is key!

The word regimen literally means, “a prescribed course of medical treatment, way of life, or diet for the promotion or restoration of health.” The phrase ‘way of life’ fits so well when it comes to considering your skin. A ‘way of life’ does not just stick after one decision, but is a continual choice to commit to a process.

Often a break out actually proves that the skin care product IS working. The ingredients work to push out anything stored in the skin. If you are unsure where to begin, Obagi Skincare is a great place to start. From acne to aging and sunspots, they offer multiple product lines for an array of skin types to achieve the desired results. 

You stumbled upon this information at just the right time! U Medi Spa will be hosting an event July 20th, from 12pm – 1pm. Lunch and learn with us about the products, or join us anytime that day to receive 20% OFF on ALL Obagi products.

If you are willing to commit to the process, we promise to help you achieve the results you desire!

Call us at 615.867.8225 or visit umedispa.com to learn more, speak with a skin care professional or RSVP for our event. 

Your skin’s health is our mission.

Posted by Murfreesboro Medical Clinic  | Category: skin care

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