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The emotional impact of living with long-term acne and acne scarring can be as every bit as devastating as having a serious health condition. After all your skin is the largest organ of the body and it’s the first thing people see – so when it’s the one part of yourself that makes you feel the most insecure, your wellbeing can suffer significantly.
Here at The Skiny, we often talk about the causes and dermatological treatment options for acne and other visible signs of aging that make us feel overwhelmingly embarrassed, and, in some cases depressed.
Dermatologist Dr. Lisa Kellett believes that “Maintaining your skin at its optimal health and appearance will greatly contribute to the quality of life.” How to maintain that level of skin care is what we focus on every day. But today, in honour of Bell Media’s Let’s Talk campaign to raise money for mental health awareness, let’s shift our focus from the physical to the psyche.
Join us on Twitter @theskinytweets and tweet us your feelings on living with acne and/or acne scarring. Please use the hashtag #BellLetsTalk so that your tweet can contribute to Bell’s commendable campaign. Bell will donate five cents to fund mental health initiatives.
As a bonus, your name will be entered in a draw to win a 1 of 20 Kellett Clear Skincare prizes. Winners will be announced throughout the day on Twitter.