Gigi Hadid shows herself without make-up with pimple cream – an empowering statement
Showing yourself with pimples or pimple cream on Instagram is still not the norm, despite all skin neutrality: More and more stars – such as recently Leni Klum with acne or Selena Gomez with pimples – dare to hold their blemishes in the camera , but the majority of users prefer to use make-up and filters to conjure up supposedly perfect skin.
Gigi Hadid posts a no makeup selfie
It’s all the nicer that supermodel Gigi Hadid is now sharing a photo of herself without a filter and make-up on Instagram. You can see it: Gigi Hadid, apparently fresh out of the shower, with a towel turban, bathrobe – and pimple cream on his face.
In addition to the blemishes, particularly beautiful: pores and pigment spots can also be seen in the picture by Gigi Hadid. This means that the model has dispensed with skin-balancing filters. A great statement against the pressure on the social media platform with their mostly smooth-ironed faces. Gigi Hadid himself writes about the post, which consists of a series of pictures: “A bit much what happened in Paris this week.” With so much stress during fashion week, it’s no wonder that chin pimples pop out of the skin, we all know that all too well. In any case, Gigi Hadid received mostly positive comments in the comments: “You look stunning,” writes a follower: in. Another asks, “Please tell us what you use to treat your pimples?” And of course that interests us as well.
This is what Gigi Hadid uses for pimples
Of course, we don’t know what exactly Gigi Hadid put on his chin. However, she revealed in the “Vogue Beauty Secrets” series that she does not put cream on her pimples, but a household remedy that almost everyone has with them at home or on the go. Namely toothpaste! Toothpaste has a drying effect and can provide a short-term improvement in pimples by effectively removing the moist breeding ground for the bacteria. Toothpaste can also have an antiseptic effect, preventing further inflammation from spreading.
We would still advise using toothpaste for pimples only in emergencies. Because toothpaste contains many other substances that can irritate the skin. Then it is better to use zinc ointment, under which the skin can continue to breathe and everything stays in balance.