Millie Bobby Brown Gets Candid About Her Acne In Makeup-Free Video

Even the stars of “Stranger Things” fight breakouts.

Millie Bobby Brown shared an Instagram video over the weekend showing how she deals with her acne.

“embracing imperfections,” the 19-year-old actress captioned the clip, tagging her beauty brand Florence by Mills.

“As you can see, I’m having a pretty rough night with my skin,” Brown said, pointing to her face.

“This button is not very happy. These buttons here are not happy. This one isn’t,” she continued, pointing to her bare face.

The “Enola Holmes” star then shared a “trick that I personally think works,” applying her Clear the Way Clarifying Mud Mask ($20) as a “spot treatment” instead of all over the face.

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Millie Bobby Brown shared her anti-escape tips on Instagram.
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The ‘Stranger Things’ star uses products from her Florence by Mills line to clear up her blemishes.
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After dabbing on the charcoal product, Brown placed two Spot a Spot Acne Patches ($15) on his cheek “to give him the love he needs.”

Fans applauded Brown’s candid video in the comments.

“Honey, do I understand the struggle…stress related acne and combination skin, yuck…but we’ve all had it and it’s completely normal!” a fan wrote.

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Fans applauded MBB for being open about her acne issues.
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“Millie, I love that you show people that no one is physically perfect. A lot of celebrities have put this idea into our heads that they are perfectly beautiful or beautiful. And that’s not true. We’re all humans, and humans aren’t perfect! They’re messy and imperfect. Thanks for being raw enough to show us all of this,” another wrote.

Added a third, “I love how she shows her imperfections like a normal person because some people think famous people don’t have that [sic] struggles.


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