The large majority of celebrities might appear flawless, but many of them live with ongoing skin complaints – just like us.A host of A-listers have been frank about their struggles with acne: Earlier this week, 22-year-old model Taylor Hill spoke about her battle with acne, saying she had struggled with the condition since the age of 15.“[I get acne] because of make-up, travel, and hormones. I get my really bad breakouts around my period,” she told Allure. The Victoria’s Secret model is known for sharing unedited, make-up free selfies with her 12.3 million Instagram followers, which only highlight her skin complaint. “I think it’s so important to share that realness and that part of my life because I’m a human being,” she told the publication.From Katy Perry to Emma Stone, click through the slideshow to see the other celebrities who have also opened up about their battles with acne.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Skincare tips and tricks to sort out your complexionCould changing your diet cure your acne?These ‘human skin’ shoes are seriously dividing opinion
“Picking or popping a pimple can lead to the introduction of bacteria into your skin, making the acne worse and possibly leading to infection,” says Dr Murad, dermatologist and founder of Murad skincare. “Virtually everyone with acne picks at their skin but picking blemishes can make them appear worse than they really are,” explains Dr Murad.