Let's all help in
Let's all help in normalising acne across mainstream media and allow people to feel comfortable and empowered no matter what their skin conditions or skin type. Acne can have a huge impact on not only our skin but our mental health also and it's about time we change the perception that people with acne are dirty and ugly.
Absolutely we strive towards great skin health and that is why the skincare industry makes astronomical amounts of money but the point of this video is to help people feel confident in their own skin and understand that acne is normal.
Disclaimer: I am not a dermatologist nor an aesthetician, I am however incredibly passionate about skincare. I love to try out new products, brands, research ingredients and give you an honest opinion on the very best affordable and effective skincare you can get your hands on. With skincare, there is a lot of research out there that can be misleading or incorrect when published. Science and technology continue to thrive and with that, comes new and updated scientific backing and research to our most beloved skincare ingredients. So please take this into consideration as I try my very best to source accurate information at the time of filming.
Adam :) x
Thank you so much for this video ❤️❤️ I've struggling with a wicked acne breakout for the past month or so and really needed to hear this!
I was always ashamed because of acne on my forehead. I really wish someone told me this earlier. Thank you!
Thank you for this video and ending the stigma! Currently struggling with hormonal spots after period but I'm learning that it is fine and I'm trying to embrace them. Obviously, still mildly treating them ? xx
You are beautiful acne or not. You should do a video of how to take care of our chest and back. Don't forget to take your shirt off so we can better learn?
Yes to normalising acne!! I really don’t like how films/tv shows only pick attractive people who have ‘perfect skin’ and are ‘ideal’...it makes people think those are the expectations!!