If you’re going to live on my face, I’m going to need to start seeing some rent.
Everyone with pimples
Unfortunately, some people are ‘the chosen ones’, in many cases acne chooses you. Nobody wants to have red spots on their face.
Acne in itself creates no less irritation in one’s life and some people have the ability to say some inappropriate statements with such confidence that it just adds to the irritable situation.
These are a few statements that should never be said to a person with acne:
You have so much acne on your face
Omg! You have so many pimples on your face.
WHAT! Really I have pimples on my face, I wasn’t aware of that, thank you so much for informing me about the not so obvious fact. I don’t have a mirror anywhere around me so I had no idea.
A note to those people who always state the obvious fact to the people who have acne:
Yes they know, they are in constant struggle for having a clear face so it is not your sole responsibility to remind them.
Suggesting futile homemade remedies
If some product or remedy works for you, that does not mean you have the right to shove it down others throat. It is understandable that you are concerned and your advice values a lot but no need to repeat it constantly.
The people themselves are well aware of the remedies and they must have tried every possible thing that they could.
Aww! Little miss perfect never had acne.
You give a very hard time to someone with these four words, it’s better to keep these words inside your mouth. Ever heard of genetics and hormone, I hope you did because these are some of the reasons for acne.
People with acne already live with a lot of negativity and criticism. This statement is perfect for making them furious.
This question drives a person with acne crazy. Explaining each and every other person WHAT HAPPENED to my face while the person is still trying to figure about the problem himself.
There is not really anything wrong with this question but the frequent questioning, sometimes gets on the nerves and how can someone not hate the sympathetic expression one gets after narrating their story.
A person with acne does not need sympathy, he or she only wants the questions to stop.
Really? I should not pop my pimple. Thank you so much! This is a revelation, I was totally unaware of this.
On a serious note, this is a correct advice but this advice should be given to only those teenagers who have just started having acne and are not aware of the dos and don’ts of acne.
I hope people will understand that it is already quite difficult living with acne and asking these kinds of questions or giving these kinds of remarks only makes their life miserable.
People who are suffering from acne, I just want to tell you guys that hold on tight and avoid these kinds of questions and remarks. I know it is difficult but we have to try.
If you could relate to these points then please comment down below your experiences and how you dealt or are dealing with acne.
TRY TO BE HAPPY IN EVERY SITUATION!