ABC Family’s Pump My Style Sweepstakes

With back-to-school time just around the corner (well, um, now), I know you’re secretly hoping to wow your friends by looking fabulous on the first day. And, honestly, if you’ve read any of this blog post, what better way is there to do that than through a new, straight-from-Hollywood wardrobe and gorgeous, clearer skin. To help you get this look, ABC Family and Galderma Laboratories, the makers of Epiduo® Gel, launched ABC Family’s Pump My Style Sweepstakes, launching on 8/20/12 and running through 9/3/12.

ABC Family’s Pump My Style Sweepstakes can help you win big with a customized shopping experience in LA with an ABC family stylist, and a personal consultation with a leading dermatologist who can create a skincare and acne regimen customized just for you. How cool is that??

It’s easy to get your closet and skin school-ready – just enter the ABC Family’s Pump My Style Sweepstakes here, and you could be on your way to LA!


Don’t forget to let me know in the comments what your acne story is–are you a fellow sufferer?

What has worked for you to combat your acne?

*Disclaimer – I am a sponsored partner for Epiduo + ABC Family’s Pump My Style sweepstakes. My opinions are my own and I am a true sufferer of acne and user of prescription acne topical products. I am endorsing Epiduo as a consumer and not as a physician, therefore nothing I say should be interpreted as medical advice.

Important Safety Information 

Indication: EPIDUO® Gel is indicated for the topical treatment of acne vulgaris in patients 12 years of age and older. Adverse Events: In controlled clinical studies, the most commonly reported adverse events (≥1%) in patients treated with EPIDUO® Gel were dry skin, contact dermatitis, application site burning, application site irritation and skin irritation. Warnings/Precautions: Patients taking EPIDUO® Gel should avoid exposure to sunlight and sunlamps and wear sunscreen when sun exposure cannot be avoided. Erythema, scaling, dryness, stinging/ burning, irritant and allergic contact dermatitis may occur with use of EPIDUO® Gel and may necessitate discontinuation. Please click here for full prescribing information.

You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit www.fda.gov/medwatch or call 1-800-FDA-1088.

  • http://www.pennypincherfashion.com/ Penny Pincher Fashion

    LOVE Epiduo – it has made such a difference in my skin since my dermatologist got me started on it! Glad to see someone else promoting it :)

    • http://www.thestylishhousewife.com jenn~the stylish housewife

      i was JUST going to comment that you introduced me to it! =) glad to see that you saw this post! =)

      • http://prettyshinysparkly.com Kristina

        So glad to hear that Epiduo worked out so well for you guys!

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  • http://www.thedailysequin.com Vidhya

    I am endorsing Epiduo as a consumer and not as a physician, therefore nothing I say should be interpreted as medical advice.

    admire ur honesty.

    Would like some recommendation from a physician too! not a lot of doctor-style bloggers out there. Would be refreshing.

    • http://prettyshinysparkly.com Kristina

      Vidhya – you definitely can get recommendations from a physician– your dermatologist! Since they’re the ones who prescribe prescription acne products, they’re definitely the go-to person to ask about what they’ve seen works best and what doesn’t. :-)

  • http://www.theurbanumbrella.com Bre

    Wow I’ve never heard of this product but I definitely think it sounds amazing! I am always scared to try out new products on my skin because it’s really sensitive and usually pretty blemish free anyways – do you think this would still work for me? or do you have a more sensitive-skin friendly option you think would be better?

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  • http://coffeebeansandbobbypins.blogspot.com// amy

    I am a fellow sufferer :( I did acutane and now am on epiduo!

    • http://prettyshinysparkly.com Kristina

      I feel your pain, Amy! I did two rounds of accutane. How is Epiduo working out for you so far?

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  • http://www.urgoldworld.com Lidya Johnson

    Nice blog on the ABC Family’s Pump. Great i liked it ….

  • Theresa

    I would use melaleuca, a pure essential oil which can be obtained from the doterra website. They also have a blend called clear skin.

  • Rachael H

    I had horrible, horrible acne in high school. My dermatologist tried everything and finally pulled out the big scary: Accutane. The whole time I was on it, I was scared to death, but my face cleared up after about three months. Now, 7 years later, I still have acne, but it’s nowhere near as horrible as it was. I wonder if Epiduo would work for me now…