Celebrities Battle Skin Issues, Too

Persistent acne can bring on a whole slew of problems, including low self-esteem and even an overall negative outlook on life. If you face pimples or other skin care issues, it may seem like there's no hope. But get that chin up and take comfort in knowing that you're not the only one with acne problems. Many celebrities have talked publicly about their facial problems and have shared tips on how they overcame their battle.Photo Of Emma Stone - LocateADoc.com

Actress Emma Stone is a great example to learn from. She is a beautiful young woman who has spoken openly about her struggle with both hormonal and stress acne. She credits a prescription oral medicine for helping her overcome the acne she had as a teenager. A few years later, as her acting career took off, she found that stress was causing new types of breakouts. She took up an interest in dermatology and now follows a strict routine to ensure she keeps those breakouts under control.

Cameron Diaz, a star who has spent the last two decades in front of the camera, also admits that she has a close relationship with her dermatologist. She routinely schedules peels, microdermabrasion sessions, and LED light treatments. She even showcases her beautifully cared for skin without any makeup on social media.

Lastly, Alicia Keys has been in the spotlight since the 1990s. She was so pleased with the results she got from a popular nationwide line of acne control products that she recently became a spokesperson for the company. Her commercials can be seen on TV and on the Internet.

Further Reading

  • Motivated by his wife and kids, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who once called himself “the healthiest fat guy you’ve ever seen”, disclosed Tuesday he secretly underwent Gastric Banding (Lap Band Surgery) on February 16, 2013, performed by Dr. George Fielding, head of NYU Medical Center’s Weight Management Program.

  • The Kardashian sisters are no stranger to cosmetic surgery and it is no surprise that brother Rob has been influenced. Radar Online reported an insider of the National Enquirer quoted, “Rob was complaining about his face drooping and that he’s starting to look old”. It seems his sister Kim was the push and shove he needed. “Kim told him to stop whining and put his money where his mouth is. She turned him on to her trusted plastic surgeon and convinced him to go for a Botox treatment. Rob was all for it and made an appointment right away."

  • Bullied Teen gets a Back to School Face  When you think of the first day of school, most teens need a new backpack, school supplies, and trendy clothes. Not Nadia Ilse, a 14-year-old girl from Georgia who walks in on the first day of school with a new face and new self-confidence.