Put Your Best Face Forward

Put Your Best Face Forward

The Ultimate Guide to Skincare from Acne to Anti-Aging

eBook - 2018
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From the Internet's favorite dermatologist, and the star of TLC's Dr. Pimple Popper, an entertaining, comprehensive, illustrated skin care guide from the social media phenomenon and board-certified Dermatologist, Dr. Sandra Lee

Dr. Sandra Lee's fame exploded when she began posting videos of her popping zits, cysts, and blackheads on her social media channels. Now, the board-certified dermatologist shares her warmth, wit, and passion for healthy skin in this practical guide.

An informative and entertaining look at the world of the internet's favorite dermatologist, Put Your Best Face Forward offers essential information on skin care, whether you're hitting adolescence or the middle years—including acne treatments, anti-aging advice, step-by-step tutorials, quizzes, prevention, and tips. Everyone needs a good routine, no matter if you're genetically blessed with a flawless complexion or have serious facial problems. Through education and empowerment, Dr. Lee helps you understand the what and the why of skincare and sends you on a path to clearer, beautiful skin. Covering a host of skin issues, filled with invaluable information and enlightening photos, Put Your Best Face Forward shows you how to look good every day, no matter your age.

Publisher: HarperCollins

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May 05, 2019

I saw her on the Dr. Oz show, and out of curiosity decided to borrow this book. I've struggled with mild adult acne for some time now and hoped this book would offer some miracle cure or some insider info. It, unfortunately, does not. It basically just reinstated all the bits of random wisdom I heard growing up. Wash but don't touch your face, don't pick at scabs, moisturize and of course use sunscreen. . .
There are some pretty wicked cool pictures though! Of abnormal skin growths and such - not for the faint of heart.
One thing that did really get on my nerves? She kept referencing her product line. At first I thought it might be helpful, but after several chapters with the same reference it just felt like an 'ad' for her product.

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