Celebrities, like the rest of us, face skin problems on a regular basis. Acne is one of the most common problems. Fortunately, celebrities are eager to share how they overcame this condition.
Selfies with natural skin texture are now a thing. It was the year of pores, freckles, fine lines, and naturally glowing smiles.
She detailed her long battle with hormonal acne in an interview with Refinery29, beginning with a disastrous two months on Accutane when she was 17, and continuing until she was 20.
Miley Cyrus revealed in an interview with The Cut that she struggled with skin issues as a teenager. She admitted that she left the repair to the professionals after attempting to use products that made it worse. “When I was younger, I had kind of bad skin, and that was always my insecurity.”
Kendall Jenner had frequently discussed her oily skin issues when she was younger. “It completely ruined my self-esteem,” she wrote in a blog post on her website. I wouldn’t even look people in the eyes when I spoke to them. I felt like such an outcast; when I spoke, I covered my face with my hand.”
When the 28-year-old Rare Beauty founder walked through her skin and makeup routine for Vogue’s Beauty Secrets video series, she opened up about her ongoing acne battle. “I’ve definitely had acne, and it’s usually all in the T-zone,” Gomez admitted. “I make an effort not to pick at anything. It’s not always easy.” Gomez’s daily skincare routine has also become a form of self-care for her.
Florence’s makeup artist, Naoko Scintu, was responsible for her stunning look of feathered brows and glowing skin. So it was reassuring to see that the image Naoko posted was unedited and unfiltered, demonstrating that Florence has the same skin as the rest of us because, hello, pores do exist.