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“When I first started school, I loved every moment of it. But when I got acne at 13, people changed towards me. I didn’t really think anything of my acne at first, but then girls started to comment on what I looked like, and that really knocked my self-confidence down."
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Ayesha is a skin-positive advocate who lives in Oman. She has accepted her acne as normal, and she shares with us her story.
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Caleb (32) is a professional makeup artist from Vancouver, Canada. He shares with us his journey towards self-discovery through art and expression.
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“I was born in New York City, but after 9/11, my family moved to Long Island. I got my first breakout in the fifth grade. A boy came up to me, and he was like - “what’s on your face?” I didn’t answer because I really didn’t know. My mom told me that it was going to go away, but being confronted by that boy set me off on a very negative journey with self-image.”
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Ariana is a body positive advocate and model who lives in Califorinia. She has a rare skin condition called epidermolysis bullosa that affects her daily, but it hardly keeps her from embracing life.
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“I’m half German and half Croatian. I was raised in Germany in a little village in North-Rhine Westphalia. It makes no sense when I say the name of the village. Not even German people know it."
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Katie Gu is a Chinese-American who grew up in California. She has had cystic, hormonal acne for 10 years, and she now lives in Seattle, Washington. 

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Skin positivity is about realizing how our bodies have brought us to where we are today. Skin positivity means looking in the mirror and feeling grateful for who you are and appreciating the journeys you’ve had.
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Zinhle is an agricultural scientist, a skin positivity influencer, and a travel influencer from South Africa.