Gender Stereotypes – Clear Skin

Clear Skin advertisements are typically viewed in women’s magazines and are available at local department stores in the beauty department to help treat acne, though this product is probably seen by most as a gender stereotype.

Clear Skin cites “that in just 3 days respondents using the system demonstrated a significant reduction in acne without peeling or dryness.”

I like how the advertisement is not gender specific and proves to be successful for all respondents, meaning that would involve both women and men.

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