June is Acne Awareness Month. Of course, anyone who is suffering from acne will tell you awareness is not a problem! Acne often affects not only the skin, but your self esteem, confidence and when it’s painful, it can affect your mood and everything about your day.
When things get bad enough that you hit the dermatologist office, you are usually desperate, but many of the traditional treatments involve harsh chemicals that you may or may not feel confident about using.
Whether you are suffering with mild or severe acne, summer is such a great time to get a handle on the situation. For kids in school, imagine – getting it all cleared up before school starts in the fall. How great would it be to show up on the first day of school with clear skin? That’s why we wanted to introduce you to Flawless Skin Care & Acne Clinic here in San Marcos.
Nicole Bennett opened her studio three years ago and since that time they have grown their team while helping their clients get amazing results in clearing their skin. Although Flawless has a spa feel, it is not your typical spa. They are all about clinical skin care, not relaxing spa treatments. They work individually with clients to establish a regimen that gets results and then they focus on teaching clients how to maintain the results on their own.
Nicole and her team really enjoy watching the emotional transformation that takes place in their clients as their skin clears. They have seen first hand how much a person’s personality changes when they are not hiding behind their own skin.
If you have never visited Flawless (or you haven’t been there in a long time), stop in and see them. They have recently renovated their space to accommodate the growth of their team. They have redesigned their logo and streamlined the focus of their services. They are planning an open house in July, but don’t wait! Stop in or give them a call and schedule a consultation. Use the summer break to start treatment and you will be amazed at just how great your skin can look. Acne is a common problem, but it’s a fixable one. There’s no reason to suffer with or to scar by ignoring it.