“You go out and people think you’re dirty, that you’re, like, disgusting. That you must not take care of yourself because you’re uncleanly because you have acne. But really it’s something that everybody f—ing gets!," Bella told Popsugar.
"I feel like in my thirties, I break out because of travel and erratic sleep patterns, but also hormones—hormones are the big ones for me," Kate told Elle magazine. The star said her acne is triggered by refined sugar and booze. "So when I drink wine, I'm like, 'Yep, there's a wrinkle right there.' Which doesn't mean I'm not drinking wine. Or vodka. Or tequila," she said.
Jenner said her skin issues started “around the 8th or 9th grad" and her sisters told her "not to pick" her spots when she was younger. “Where it really impacted me was how self-conscious I became about it" she said. "It completely ruined my self-esteem.I wouldn’t even look at people when I talked to them.“I felt like such an outcast; when I spoke, it was with my hand covering my face. Sure, I had crushes in high school, but I wouldn’t even think about looking at guys.”
According to numerous sources, Victoria suffered with acne when she was younger and nothing worked, that was until she pregnant. Speaking to Fashionista, a source said: “The hormones really suit her and she’s said this pregnancy has cleared up her spots!” and apparently David found her "sexier than ever" while she was pregnant.
In 2004, Jessica Simpson stopped her course of Accutane and signed an endorsement deal with Proactiv. “I just had so much build up and so many clogged pores that once I started using Proactiv Solution, my face was just shining. I’m passionate about Proactiv because it worked for me and it gave me so much confidence,” she said.
In her book, The Body Book, Cameron admits she tried desperately to get rid of her acne. “I did everything I could think of to make it go away... It was awkward and embarrassing and frustrating, and I always felt really bad about myself." After she stopped eating fast food she said: “a funny thing happened…my skin began to clear up! My acne wasn’t totally gone, but it was significantly better. Looking back, I realise that I hadn’t needed those prescription drugs, those vials of potions and creams...I hadn’t needed to be angry at my skin or feel bad about myself. I had just needed to LISTEN TO MY BODY."
According to Miley, she had really bad acne as a teenager and was bullied because of it. “I went through a time where I was really depressed,” she told Elle magazine. “Like, I locked myself in my room and my dad had to break my door down. I had really bad skin and I felt really bullied because of that. But I never was depressed because of the way someone else made me feel. I just was depressed.”
According to Hollywoodlife, Britney suffered from a rough patch with her skin a few years ago. She apparently managed to her it back in glowing condition going to a dermatologist and getting laser resurfacing which clears bad skin cells and prevents outbreaks.
Selena Gomez has a very clear way of dealing with her acne. “I wear a hat, and if I have a pimple, I let it be," she explains. "I’m like, ‘Yeah, look, I got a pimple. So?’ Everybody does.”
Kate Moss has suffered from bouts of acne over the years. She revealed to Vogue that she loves serums, never drinks coffee and does a juice cleanse when she can. "At least three times a year, for a week, I do a juice cleanse. I like it. I feel amazing. And then I have so much energy! Everyone else is like, ‘Please…shhhh…’ Oh my god, I have so much energy start bouncing off walls!," she said.