Celebrities Suffering with Acne
28 Sep 2012
A large percentage of people get acne during their teenage years, some of whom will now be celebrities. Acne does not favour you by avoiding your skin just because you are now seen on stage or on the big screen and frequently in the public eye.
The major benefit that an actor, actress or musician could have as far as acne is concerned is that, potentially, they may be in a position to commit more funds towards acne treatment. Having said that, you do not necessarily have to have a huge bank balance to purchase skin care products to treat such skin conditions as acne.
It also does not have to cost you a great deal of money to go and see a skin care specialist for advice as to how best to deal with the skin conditions you have. Yes, a celebrity with lots of money may be in a better financial position to see a specialist more frequently but here in the UK, help is available at a price that is affordable to many.
Jessica Simpson, who recorded her first album at the age of 12 and then went on to develop her music and acting career, had acne as a teenager. She did not shy away from appearing in public when her face broke out with acne - in fact she was photographed on numerous occasions with the skin condition and is well known to have treated her acne with various skin care products.
Song Hye Kyo is a Korean actress who suffers from acne and readily admits that she uses a balm to control the acne that appears on her cheeks that has the benefit of making them appear much less prominent.
Justin Bieber is a famous pop star whose music appeals to young girls. He has suffered with acne that is treated with a skin care product. His career has continued to flourish despite this skin condition.