From Yami Gautam to Selena Gomez, Emma Stone, 6 actresses who have spoken boldly about their skin problems

First published on December 27, 2021, 6:17 p.m. IST

Yami Gautam recently spoke about a skin problem she suffered from since she was a teenager. Here’s a look at six actresses who opened up about their skin concerns.

Image: Yami Gautam, Selena Gomes, Emma Stone / Instagram

A lot of people are embarrassed about their skin. Problems like acne, pimples and clogged pores, and even colored skin tone are a concern for many. However, breaking down the barriers of the preconceived notion of perfect skin, here are five actresses who have spoken openly about skin related issues, making those issues completely normal. These actresses didn’t just talk about their skin problems but also shared their photos without makeup on social media. Take a look at these six actresses:

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Image: Yami Gautam / Instagram

Yami Gautam: ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’ actress Yami Gautam recently addressed her skin problem. Based on her Instagram account, Yami Gautam revealed that she suffers from a skin condition called “Keratosis pilaris”. She said she had suffered from the condition since she was a teenager, adding that there was no cure for it. The “Bhoot Police” actress also shared some never-before-seen photos of herself on social media that show small red spots on Yami’s shoulder.

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Image: Selena Gomez / Instagram

Selena Gomez: Acne is a major problem for Selena Gomez. In an interview, she once said that she had a lot of acne in the T-zone of her face. She said it mostly happens when she is stressed or becomes lazy with her routine. And so, Selena Gomez takes her skin care routine very seriously. She says it’s not just the mind and soul to focus on, but also your body as everything is related to each other.

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Image: Emma Watson / Instagram

Emma Stone: Another Hollywood actress who has tackled a skin problem is Emma Stone. The Hollywood beauty once said that she had fought a long battle with hormonal acne. She was barely 17 when a disastrous Accutane erupted for two full months. This continued until she was 20; at that time she was filming for ‘Easy A’. Emma Stone said her imperfections needed to be “video airbrushed”.

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Image: Sonam Kapoor / Instagram

Sonam Kapoor: A few years ago, Sonam Kapoor shared a photo on his Instagram account addressing his colored complexion. She was doing her hair and makeup when she clicked on a picture of herself and posted it. In the photo caption, she explained that she also needed color correction.

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Image: Sameera Reddy / Instagram

Sameera Reddy: Taking to her Instagram account, Sameera Reddy once shared a video of her without makeup and showing off her gray hair. She wrote a long post saying she accepted herself (aging gracefully) and hopes other women too. As an actress, Sameera made sure to get the message across that having gray hair or a face without makeup that shows aging is completely normal and the right thing to do.

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Image: Sonalee Kulkarni / Instagram

Sonalee Kulkarni: In 2020, Sonalee Kulkarni shared a post-workout selfie, addressing her acne issues. Indra Kumar’s “Grand Masti” actress said that once a person starts kissing, they begin to control their difficulties. In the post, she further stated that it is normal to have scars on your face and that it is also perfectly normal not to cover them up.

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