US women’s soccer has been a force to be reckoned with since the team won the first ever Women’s World Cup in 1991, and unlike their male counterparts, women’s soccer players have to deal with the problems that come with star status. This year’s hopes for Olympic gold are pinned on a team ranked first in the world, and lead by star goalie Hope Solo, who not only has to look good for the cover of Vogue, but wants to be confident when she is asked to sign autographs by fans immediately after matches.
Hope has a holistic philosophy about her mind, body, and performance, and has stated her motto is: “Look Good, Feel Good, Play Good.” Unfortunately, she has struggled with skin problems during the past ten years, especially when she is participating in tournaments. She blames breakouts on the constant travel and sweaty practices.
However, she has recently found freedom from breakouts with medical grade skin treatments. After years of trying over-the-counter medications, even pricey ones by known brands, she is free from worry about her skin on the field, “for the first time in my long history.”
If you are unhappy with skin breakouts, you too should try medical grade skin treatments. To learn more about these treatments and whether they are right for you, please contact La Jolla Skin and Laser Center in San Diego.