Skin Neutrality and Acne Positivity: You’ll learn to love your pimples thanks to this TikTok trend



Acne is one of the most common skin diseases worldwide, not just among teenagers. TikTok shows why there is absolutely no reason to hide yourself and your skin – quite the opposite.

Skin Neutrality and Acne Positivity: You'll learn to love your pimples thanks to this TikTok trend

Our skin has texture. Fact. In recent years, Instagram has tried to make us believe that “normal” and healthy skin should look even, but that definitely doesn’t correspond to reality. Surprise: everyone has pores, blemishes, wrinkles, moles, scars, pigment spots or even acne. The latter isn't just a skin condition among teenagers: According to the American Academy of Dermatology, about 15 percent of people over the age of 25 are diagnosed with acne each year.

Ironically, Gen Z is currently helping to normalize acne. The new movements: Skin Neutrality and Acne Positivity.

Why We All Need Skin Neutrality and Acne Positivity Now

Many know it: You look in the mirror and wonder why your own skin is not as flawless as that of VIPs and influencers. The "problem" with the whole thing: Spoiler alert – they don't have "perfect" skin either. Because what we now understand as perfect and flawless is a result of filters and image processing.

Gen Z can no longer be fooled so easily and is currently redefining beauty. The result: a whole new, healthier mindset. We want that too!

Love the skin you're in: This is the skin and acne positivity movement

From now on, we should take the saying “feel good in your own skin” literally. What Gen Z is demanding with the skin neutrality and acne positivity movements: a more honest approach to skin issues. Thousands of Instagram and TikTok users post unedited pictures every day under the hashtags #skinpositivity, #skinneutrality or #acnepositivity – including stars like hot Kendall Jenner or Leni Klum.



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