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Last Updated on February 16, 2020 by Diane Hoffmaster
This discussion about teen acne struggles and my DIY bathroom organizer craft is part of the #ClearlyConfident campaign, sponsored by Walgreens. Although I have been compensated, all opinions are my own.
My teens go back to school on Monday and we are busy getting ourselves ready. Clothes shopping has been challenging, the back to school shopping list is way too long, and teen acne struggles are making them worry about their first day of school complexion. Teenage acne is something we all suffer through, no matter what generation you are! I remember my own battle with teen acne and Clearasil® was always my go to brand to help with breakouts. When they contacted me to discuss teen acne with my readers, I decided to share a few tips on how to minimize acne breakouts so they can be more confident, especially in the new school year. My DIY bathroom organizer is easy to make and will help keep everything your teen needs, right at their fingertips!
My Family's Solutions for Teen Acne Struggles
Most teens are going to get acne at some point, no matter how hard you fight it. There are a few things they can do, however, to make breakouts less frequent. We have tried some things over the last few years that have worked for my own kid's acne issues. Here are a few you might want to try:
- Eat a healthy diet: A healthy diet will help minimize breakouts. Encourage them to limit fattening foods and drink plenty of water. Make sure there are plenty of fresh fruits and veggies around and that they take a multivitamin.
- Reduce stress: This is hard. Teens have a TON of stress in their lives. School, social interactions, work...they all roll into one giant thing for them to worry about. Don't over schedule them if possible so that they have enough down time to relax occasionally!
- Make a skin care routine easy: Teens are in a hurry so making sure to keep things handy and in stock is helpful. My DIY bathroom organizer helps keep everything they need right at their fingertips!
Clearasil to the Rescue!
Teen acne struggles are challenging but Clearasil can help! They have a number of products that will help your teen conquer breakouts so they can head off to school confident with clear skin. Try one of these products to help your teen manage their skin problems:
- Clearasil Ultra Rapid Action Vanishing Treatment Cream
- Clearasil Ultra Rapid Action Daily Face Wash
- (and I love these!) Clearasil Ultra Rapid Action Pads
Clearasil Rapid Action products work FAST to help your teen conquer their breakouts. They reduce redness and pimple size quickly* so that the stress induced blemish on their forehead is nowhere near as visible! (* clearly visible results in as little as 12 hours when using Clearasil Ultra® Rapid Action Daily Face Wash and clearly visible results in as little as 4 hours when using Clearasil Ultra® Rapid Action Vanishing Treatment Cream/Clearasil Ultra® Rapid Action Pads). Check out the Infographic below for more information.
These products deposit maximum strength acne medication right into pores to fight pimples and breakouts. And it keeps working all day long. Using Clearasil daily as part of their skincare routine will make teen acne struggles much easier to handle. And keeping it front and center on the bathroom counter will remind them to use it, even when they are in a hurry.
Clearasil is easy to pick up at Walgreens since I am there all the time, anyhow. From prescriptions to great deals on back to school items, Walgreens a great selection of products I use regularly. And of course, check out their selection of back-to-school items while you are there!
Want to follow Clearasil and Walgreens to get more information? Check them out at the social channels below!
- Clearasil on Instagram
- Clearasil on Twitter
- Walgreens on Facebook
- Walgreens on Instagram
- Walgreens on Pinterest
- Walgreens on Twitter
Easy DIY Bathroom Organizer
This DIY bathroom organizer is a great way to help your kid conquer their teen acne struggles. Teens are in a hurry. Keep their skincare products right at their fingertips so they don't forget to use them. All you need for this project are the following items:
- 2 clay pot bottoms (one large, one small). You can find them at any major home supply store that has a gardening section.
- 1 old candlestick or bud vase. I found the bud vase at Goodwill for less than $1
- Spray paint in your choice of colors. I used brown and an antique white to match my bathroom
- Epoxy or a hot glue gun to put the whole thing together.
Directions: Just paint the clay pot bottoms and center piece with several coats of spray paint. Let dry between each coat. When they are the color you want and totally dry, glue the pieces together. Then, just place on the counter and stack with your favorite Clearasil Rapid Action products and other skin care supplies!
#ClearlyConfident Twitter Party:
School’s almost in session which means clear skin is more important now than ever. Join me in chatting about the back to school season and Clearasil® products at Walgreens!
At the #ClearlyConfident twitter party, you will have a chance to win Clearasil® products in a Walgreens Back-to-School themed prize pack featuring a Walgreens gift card and other back-to-school essentials. No RSVP needed but I hope I see you there!
When: August 16,2017
Time: 8PM-9PM EST
My kids are not the most outgoing or confident kids in the world. Like most teens, they have a lot of worries about how they fit in. The last thing I want them to worry about is whether or not they are going to have to battle acne every day. Clearasil wants your kids to be #ClearlyConfident, too! As we all get ready for back-to-school, let’s help build confidence in our kids!
Enter the sweepstakes below for a chance to win a Walgreens gift card, Clearasil products, and other fun back-to-school essentials (US only). Follow the direction in the widget below to enter to win! Contest runs from now until September 2, 2017.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Walgreens. The opinions and text are all mine.
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Diane is a professional blogger and nationally certified pharmacy technician at Good Pill Pharmacy. She has two college aged kids, one husband and more pets than she will admit to. She earned her BS in Microbiology at the University of New Hampshire but left her career in science to become a stay at home mom. Years of playing with LEGO and coloring with crayons had her craving a more grown up purpose to her life and she began blogging and freelance writing full time. You can learn more about her HERE.