Don't worry, we all (even Kendall) know how acne or even a bad skin day can knock your confidence and make you feel less than your best.
Lately, there's been an influx of celebrities and influencers alike sharing their unfiltered acne photos, as well as revealing the treatments that worked for them, not only letting us all know that we're not alone but also giving us some pretty major skincare tips and tricks. GLAMOUR columnist Diipa Khosla bravely shared her battle with cystic acne and her journey with anti-acne drug Roaccutane, and star Lili Reinhart also revealed she suffered from cystic acne as a teenager and shared how it effected her mentally.
And if you're considering reaching for the toothpaste, let us stop you right there. It may be a cheap quick-fix that will dry the sucker out, but all that sodium and fluoride is also extremely irritating to the skin; you may end up with something worse than a spot.
The fact is, acne can occur for a multitude of reasons and while it's important to address the underlying cause, there is also help at hand with some at-home spot solutions featuring powerful ingredients (like salicylic acid) guaranteed to calm, cleanse and clear the complexion on every part of your body.