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Step Into Urban Skin Rx

Baring It All

What is it?

Five women bare it all in the new 5 part mini series, "Step Into Urban Skin Rx".  Watch each week as these real women, who each play an integral role at Urban Skin Rx, share their stories of struggle and triumph.  From toxic relationships, to body dysmorphia learn how each person has overcome, and is still overcoming, their greatest obstacles. 

1. Rachel Roff

Go behind the scenes with Rachel Roff and see how she overcame her past

dysfunctional relationships, what motivated her to start Urban Skin Rx and how she handles her most important job of all, being a single mom. 

2. Julie Sati

Julie and Rico's relationship has been one trial after the next. Lost jobs, cheating, and jail time should've made them crumble.  Listen as they share how they beat the odds, bounced back from adversity, and came to a place of strength and love that they never could've imagined.  

3. Lindsey Fore

Lindsey thought that the crippling anxiety she had every time she looked in the mirror was normal for most girls until she had a panic attack over a blemish on her wrist.  Learn how she started her journey to overcome the disease of body dysmorphia, and how she continues to battle it every day.  

4. Mercedes Bolden

Dancing professionally was all Mercedes wanted since she was four years old.  She chased her dream all the way to L.A. where the glitter and Hollywood lifestyle made her lose focus.  After an injury that ended her professional career, Mercedes had to refocus her life and redirect her dreams.

5. Sharetta

Most people don't consider ADD a handicap, but for Sharetta, it has been debilitating.  It's affected her relationships, daily life, and her work.  Her desperate desire to not be dependent on medication motivates her to overcome it.