"Some Days Are Easier Than Others, But I Remind Myself of How Grateful I am," Says Georgia Toffolo
Acne, often linked to hormonal changes during puberty is a common skin condition causing spots, scarring and oily skin.
Suffering from spots and scarring since she was a teenager, the Made In Chelsea star Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo, has recently opened up about learning to love her complexion throughout her career following a series of online targets from trolls.
'When I went into the [I'm a Celeb] jungle my skin was horrible at the time. When I came out my mum told me you've really helped others who are going through it,' Toffolo recalled.
'It gets to that stage when you think, "Oh yeah I've got a few spots, my friends and family love me as I am."'
The reality star added: 'Of course, I'm 26 and I haven't always felt that way. But I do think it's really important to talk about it.'
The presenter who had previously revealed that she hasn't always felt so confident had once admitted that, she cried 'all the time about her spots,' resulting in her seeing numerous doctors over the years and taking strong tablets for months in hopes of getting rid of them.
'Some days I have a little cry and I tell myself to pull myself together. Some people have it a lot worse than I do.'
Some people have it worse and some people have it better. Remember to love and accept yourself, where you are in your journey and always be proud and grateful for who you are.