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Beth is a beauty blogger, content creator, and Lupus advocate from Yorkshire, England
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Chelsea is an influencer and a skin positive advocate from Houston, Texas.
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“My parents were concerned about me, but I didn’t understand the severity. It’s difficult to explain to a kid that what is going on with them is not normal.”

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Liz (29) is a Brooklynite who is living her best life. 
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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.