Bella Thorne Is Cool With Her Acne Scars, How EVOLVED Of Her!

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Being a celeb is TOUGH.

Disney alum Bella Thorne generally annoys me, mostly because she’s got an obnoxious instagram account and seems to be everywhere- even though I’ve never technically seen her ACT. As an example, girl even Snapchatted videos from her colonoscopy on Monday. Now the 18-year-old actress is talking about her skin problems, which were a curse for a while. But now, she’s HEROICALLY over them, and doesn’t care? Oh, the drama. Here are some of the highlights:

On the negative stereotypes about acne: “You go out and people think you’re dirty, that you’re, like, disgusting. That you must not take care of yourself because you’re uncleanly because you have acne. But really it’s something that everybody f*cking gets!”

On loving the skin she’s in: “Recently, my sister…we both struggle with trying to get acne taken care of. I was like, ‘Look at this pimple! I have a press day tomorrow, how did this just happen to me?’ and Dani was like, ‘That is a beautiful pimple, Bella. Your face is beautiful. You have beautiful skin. You love your face.’”

Haters gonna hate, and Bella doesn’t care: “In the past three to four months, I’ve really changed. I’ve really become a very different person. I’m really happy I’ve grown into who I’m becoming now and who I will become. And I kinda just changed my whole opinion, which was ‘I don’t give a f*ck.’ I don’t care. You wanna trash me? I don’t care!”

(Via Popsugar/Pretty Unfiltered)

Bella did this as a part of her work for Burt’s Bees’ “Love Your Nature” campaign, and talked about her issues with dermatitis, which she developed during the filming of Amityville Horror. She blames the condition, which looks on the surface like acne, on makeup artists on set who used dirty makeup brushes on her face. GROSS. Check out the whole video below:

Photo: Instagram

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