Time to get real for a moment.
We all have something that we feel incredibly self concious about. Mine is my skin.
I never expected to still be getting acne at the age of 42 and it gets worse in winter. To top it off I also have a patch of exczema that appears in the cooler months, which can greatly effect my confidence. Sure, I could cover it with makeup but that often inflames it more, so I tend to leave my skin nude.
There have been times where people have said something about my acne/exczema and it's a bit of a kick in the guts. Yes I know it's there. Thanks for reminding me 😂😂
My point is this.
1. Be mindful of what you to people especially when it comes to peoples bodies/skin etc etc. You never know how much that comment could hurt (plus why point out something that they clearly already know about)
2. I struggle with this and it can knock my confidence sometimes, but I keep reminding myself how beautiful I am. My skin doesn't make me any less beautiful than anyone else and I am not alone in feeling this way. That often lifts my spirits and I end up no longer caring about my skin.
Just remember, that the one thing you see as a flaw or that you feel self concious about doesn't take away from your beauty. Be it scars, a disability or skin issues etc, they shouldn't make you loose your self worth. Just remember how beautiful you are and you'll see the gorgeous person others see too 💜💛💚 #youarebeautiful