COMPREHENSIVE ADULT ACNE E-BOOK IS RELEASED FOR FREE

By The Beauty Hub  |  March 25th, 2013  |  Editors Pick,International Beauty News,News


Acne, a comprehensive guide to identifying, treating and generally showing spots who the boss is has been released. The free guide gives men and women practical advice with a no-nonsense attitude and chapters include often neglected topics such as acne during pregnancy, acne and stress, and diet.

The witty and entertaining guide is designed as part prevention, part cure, and advice for adults suffering with bad skin, offering tricks to get you walking taller even on the days you’d rather just hide.

The e-book was written for those of us who struggle with facing the world for a job interview, or big date, or family event because of bad skin. It’s about feeling worthy. It ultimately combines the unbridled optimism and love for life of writer Laura Jane Williams and the expert medical advice of the doctors working at Court House Clinics.

Laura Jane Williams is a freelance writer based in London who is committed to showing the world that feeling utterly fabulous every day and being the best you can possibly be (a.k.a. your superlatively awesome self) are unquestionably essential in life.

Court House Clinics are a countrywide chain of cosmetic clinics specialising in acne and skincare, and other non-invasive cosmetic treatments. They were voted best clinic chain at the Aesthetic Awards 2012-13 and have been featured on BBC Radio, Ten Years Younger, and GMTV.

The combination of medical expertise, confidence boosting tricks, and inspiring writing make this book an absolute must-read for anyone who has ever experienced having a spot of bad skin as an adult, and let’s face it – who hasn’t?

The full ebook is available to download for free here:
http://www.courthouseclinics.com/treatments/acne-treatment-guide/

It comes with a stirring infographic easily shareable on social media that aims to convince minds and souls that feeling good about ourselves is not only possible, but also a civic duty.