WordPress SEO does automatically insert valid Google Authorship markup, but not when the user enters their profile URL incorrectly.
You must insert your FULL Google+ profile URL into "Your Profile" in WordPress, not just the number. You need to have the "https://plus.google.com/" in there as well.
Currently, the author meta in the <head> of your site looks like this:
<link rel="author" href="103093506223212784034">
That is acting as a relative URL, so it's just tacking that number onto the page's current permalink.
What you're actually linking to in this case is http://www.interactiontalks.com/teen-looks/teen-acne/teen-acne-home-acne-care/103093506223212784034
Thing is, you haven't even filled out your Google+ profile so Authorship is going to do just about nothing for you. At the very least you should add a profile picture and a little bit to the "About" section, even if you're not posting.