We think it’s fair to say that everyone in the armed forces is full of self-confidence. That ability to know and feel that you can do something well and succeed is pivotal, and Major Douglas Pierce was no exception. Yet, having served in Afghanistan, Major Pierce returned home to a situation that turned his self-confidence, and his world, upside down. Included in the April 2014 issue of GQ Magazine that features an interview with Mënaji Skincare Founder Michele Probst, is reference to Major Pierce who, thru a Mënaji customer, was introduced to our products as a way to get his life back on track. When he returned from Afghanistan, instead of a kiss and a hug, he was served divorce papers and lost all contact with his children. However, as he began to use skincare to improve his self worth, he regained his spirit. Moved by his story and knowing Mënaji Skincare has made a difference, we believed it was important to tell his story. “Douglas has overcome so much and has turned his life around with tools to make him feel confident about mind, body and spirit” says Probst. “He now just completed his masters in marriage counseling and is stationed at Fort Cambell in TN to help other military families find love and hope”. You can watch the video here.