In the hopes of getting people with troublesome skin to buy your product, you depict young people going about their lives and using the range of products before going out.
These young people are attractive and have perfect skin.
This is more likely to make people in need of your product feel horrendously ugly by comparison and it probably won’t occur to them that they could be pretty if they use your stuff.
What I’d prefer to see is an advert showing a bunch of people who actually have troublesome skin and it becoming less of an issue as they use the product.
Buuuuut that’s unlikely to happen…