Celeb-Approved Acne Tips That Will Change Your Beauty Routine

It’s easy for us to assume our favorite celebrities have thee best skin when looking through their Instagram feeds. But many of them, like the rest of us, struggle with acne , blackheads other skin issues.

Though most celebrities wont spill the beans about their chronic skin problems and many forms of treatment they use to achieve flawless complexion, not everyone is as quiet.

Below , these fab stars dished on their skin secrets to keep breakouts away, as well as the surprising yet favored home remedies they use to get rid of pimples

Janelle Monáe

“I won’t sit here and say I’ve never had a pimple, but I try to have a really great diet, you know, lots of vegetables and fish,” the Dirty Computer singer explained to Glamour magazine. “And I think stress plays a huge part too. I’m a believer that the more I’m giving, the happier I am, and the more beautiful my exterior will be.”

Logan Browning

“For someone who’s acne-prone, that’s coming from the overproduction of sebum and bacteria, which will then cause inflammation, this machine [TEI SPA OxyDerm High-Frequency Ozone Facial Tool] can be used at home at night to kill bacteria, and I use it everyday,” Browning shared with New York magazine’s shopping guide, ‘The Strategist.’ “I know not everyone can, but I’ve been loving it.”

Jhené Aiko

“I take collagen pills, drink Kangen water, apple cider vinegar and take SuperFood by Dr. Schuzles [sic] daily,” Aiko wrote on Instagram in March, when explaining to her followers how she maintains her clear complexion. “I [used] to have cystic acne due to ovarian cyst. The b.c. [birth control pills] helps with that.”

Yara Shahidi

“There is this focus on skincare and having a great base that I’ve learned from both sides of my family,” the Grown-ish star told Byrdie. “That starts with eating well, and using cardamom to cleanse is part of it. Cardamom is great for you and has a number of skincare benefits. One of the only ingredients in Persian tea is cardamom. So it’s really about finding those things, whether it’s a tea or juice, that help supplement your skincare routine through your diet. It’s about making sure that you internally take of yourself, that you focus on fixing more than what’s externally visible.”

Ashleigh Murray

“[My acne was] one hundred percent hormonal, and it was really bad, like huge blisters on my face,” the Riverdale star revealed to PopSugar. Murray swears by birth control, the IS Clinical Cleansing Complex cleanser and CeraVe Renewing SA Cleanser to combat cystic acne.

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3 AMAZING Beauty Items Hitting Drugstores for Under $13

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Nail Color in Powder Room

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Deets: Sally Hansen’s new line contains a blend of natural acai, primrose, and argan oils designed to nourish weak nails (like mine after taking of a acrylic set). Plus, it has 38 long-wear shades for changing things up. The soft Powder Room shade is the perfect pale hue for Valentine’s Day.

Sally Hansen Color Therapy Nail Color in Powder Room ($7)

Biore Charcoal Acne Clearing Cleanser

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Deets: The skin care gawds at Biore are expanding their collection with three new products for putting acne-prone skin in check. With this gentle yet deep cleanser (there are also two scrubs) contains natural charcoal for absorbing excess oils. It also has salicylic acid for treating current bumps and preventing future breakouts. Yass Honey!

Biore Charcoal Acne Clearing Cleanser ($8)

Yes To Tomatoes Clear Skin Detoxifying Charcoal Peel-Off Mask

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Deets: Its 97 percent natural product (in a super user-friendly tube) allows you to create a customized face mask. After about 15 minutes, you just peel it off to reveal a tighter, dirt-free surface.

Yes To Tomatoes Clear Skin Detoxifying Charcoal Peel-Off Mask ($16)