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IN Celebrities ON 08 May, 2016
Acne can strike people of any race, color, or ethnicity. If acne can affect you and me, it can also affect those gorgeous looking celebrities. You may be surprised to know this, but there is a long list of famous celebs with acne and acne scars. These celebrities are famous for being the epitome of beauty.
Although their makeup artist can hide their scars to some extent but still there is a breakout on their skin which is quite visible on the screen.
But, she does! There are many things that Britney does to transform her skin for the better. Britney cuts back on her sugar consumption to minimize breakouts. The healthier and sugar-free diet also helps her keep her petite body shape. If any blemishes still show up, she takes care of them by simply using a lightweight foundation.
Her healthy lifestyle and appropriate skin care regiment helped her control the outbreaks.
She uses products made from natural ingredients to cleanse and purify her skin.
She even struggled from enlarged pores, acne, and scars. Megan used makeup to hide any blemishes, but she also follows an extensive skin routine to keep her skin healthy and plump.
In her new health guide, "The Body Book," Cameron shares her experience of suffering from teen and adult acne. She revealed how unhappy and badly she felt about herself. However, once she took charge of her health and replaced junk food with home-cooked food, her skin began to clear.
She stopped using retinol and exfoliated her skin more often to erase acne scars. Her healthy lifestyle also helps cope with recurring acne.
Dermatologists prescribed a three simple-step approach of exfoliating, cleansing, and nourishing to reduce the appearance of scars on Beckham's face.
You may be shocked to see her bare skin with an abundance of acne and blemishes. But, thanks to her expert makeup artists and Photoshop, her skin looks smooth and dazzling.
To keep her acne under control, AnnaLynne strictly followed her skin regiment. She cleanses, tones, and moisturizes twice daily and uses a clay mask two times a week.
Dermatologists performed hydrating microdermabrasion on her skin to help stimulate the skin and promote new cell growth. So girls you are not alone!