In response to critics questioning her decision to walk the red carpet with acne on her cheeks, Kendall’s response was, “Don’t let it stop you!”
The Keeping Up With The Kardashian star has long suffered from acne and has been extremely candid about her skin problems on the show.
She may seem really confident but teenage Katy Perry wasn’t quite so.
Katy has admitted to struggling with acne and has said that she usually uses makeup to cover it up.
The singer was also a Proactiv spokesperson.
Singer Lorde, too, has been candid about her struggle with acne.
In 2015, she shared a photo of herself in her hotel room in Paris with spots of acne cream on her face.
In her book, The Body Book, Cameron opened up about her struggles with acne.
“I had terrible, terrible, skin and I didn’t realize that all that fried, greasy, artificial crap was setting off a hormonal surge that sent my skin into crazy town.”
She might have her own beauty line now but it took Rihanna to see the beauty in her imperfections. The singer told Star Magazine that she often has an “ugly week” where she feels like she’s not beautiful and gets in a bad mood about it. We totally understand! It happens to the best of us.
Britney admits that even though she’s grown up and stopped becoming a teenager, adult acne still finds its way onto her face.
To combat this, Brit says she goes for laser treatment and stays away from sugar.
The Star Wars star was applauded for her confidence when she shared her struggles with endometriosis.
The condition essentially causes the tissues of her uterus to grow outside instead of inside and can cause plenty of complications such as severe acne.
During her ordeal, Daisy admits that her skin was at its lowest point and she did not feel like leaving the house without makeup.