Interventions might make for good TV, but anyone sitting on the brown sofa on the other side of the screen can tell you: It's not easy convincing someone to do something they don't want to do, especially when it comes to changing a habit. I recently learned this first-hand when I staged a skin-care intervention for my 33-year-old girlfriend.
Not only does she give approximately zero fucks about skin care, she also only owns two products in total: a cleanser and a moisturizer. (Which is a start... if you're 14.) She resists most things I bring home, saying they're "too much work." But recently, I was finally able to convince her to, at the very least, consider adding two more items into her rotation: retinol(the rocket fuel of anti-aging ingredients) and sunscreen (to prevent future damage).