Up For the MaxClarity Challenge

As the mom of a teenage girl, I know firsthand that acne can quickly send her self esteem out the window. What we see as just a little pimple can feel like the end of the world to a teenager. I was the same way when I was a teen, and my parents tried everything they could find to help eliminate my acne problems. I started wearing makeup at 13 just to cover up my problem areas. My daughter is 14, and she has no desire to wear makeup yet. {Her morning routine is already 2 hours long. Could you imagine what it will be if she starts applying makeup every day?}

That being said, though, there are many times when she’ll wish that she wore makeup, just to hide the acne. Certain days are worse than others, and when she gets a major breakout, she wants to hide in her room until it passes.

We are both so excited about taking the MaxClarity Challenge. I may be 30-something, but it seems my acne has only gotten worse as time has gone on. There are days when I look more like a pimply-faced teenager than I do a mom of 6. I hate it.

I’ve been checking out the MaxClarity website quite a bit lately, and I have to say that I am really impressed with the system – and with the results others have had. And I love that there are only 2 simple steps, twice a day. Even a teenager can handle that! {Even MY teenager can handle that, and it won’t add a whole lot of time into her already hectic morning routine.} No getting up extra early just to be able to follow through with the MaxClarity program.

I was also impressed by the MaxClarity Difference Team and the MaxClarity Difference Promise. MaxClarity offers an entire Customer Service Team  that will have your back. With 60 members, there is always someone available to answer your questions and discuss any concerns you have. In addition to their excellent customer service, they also have a research team dedicated to bring us new acne innovations and the best in skin care science. It’s nice to know the company truly stands behind their product and wants to offer their consumers a product that works well – and a product that works quickly. MaxClarity is a foam-based acne medicine. It’s the first and only non-prescription acne-fighting foam system. The foam goes deep below the skin, allowing it to work for all skin types, as well as for people of all ages. {That’s what excited me the most!}

Participating in this Challenge is only going to do good things for my daughter’s confidence. If we can get rid of those trouble spots, she’ll feel better about herself, and she won’t feel the desire to hide in her room for days on end. Ashley is a very responsible girl, and I’m certain that adding the MaxClarity program to her morning and night time routine is only going to make her feel more responsible. And if she sees results quickly, it will encourage her even more to stick with the program.

I know my daughter is going to strangle me when she discovers that I put up this picture, but I wanted to give you a before shot of her problem areas:

As you can see, her forehead, cheeks, and chin are where she has the most trouble. I can’t wait to see what the MaxClarity Challenge does for her skin – and her confidence.

In the coming weeks, I’ll post an update about how the MaxClarity Challenge has worked for Ashley, and I promise to include pictures of the results.

While you wait for that, I hope you’ll take some time to get to know more about MaxClarity and all they offer. You can learn more by visiting their website, following them on twitter, and becoming a fan on Facebook.


Disclaimer: I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of MaxClarity and received a product sample to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.

Angie Vinez (2894 Posts)

Angie is a wife and mother to 8. Her life revolves around cooking, cleaning, laundry, and other household duties. She is passionate about her life in Christ and wants to encourage other mothers in their own walk of faith. Angie is active on many social media networks, loves technology, photography, and graphic design, and loves creating blog designs for other mom bloggers.


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