Top 5 Skin Influencers To Empower You

Skin influencers to empower you

Ever heard of the term 'skinfluencer' or 'skin influencer'? Sharing the good, the bad, and the ugly of the skincare world, these influencers aren't afraid to show their real skin - flaws and all. The reality is, no one has 'perfect' skin, and we all deal with breakouts, blemishes, and other skin concerns from time to time. But, instead of seeing these as flaws, these influencers want you to embrace and celebrate your skin every day, whether it be good or bad.

At Face the Future we're passionate about caring for every version of you. Whether that's helping you find the right treatment for your acne, or recommending the right products for your Psoriasis. If you're after an instant boost of skin confidence, follow our top 5 favourite skin positive influencers that'll no doubt empower you to embrace the skin you're in...

Top 5 skin influencers

1. Full name: Sofia Grahn IG handle: @isofiagrahn

Sofia Grahn is a Swedish content creator who has been suffering with acne since she was a teenager, and in her early twenties she developed severe cystic acne. Since then, she has become an acne and body positive activist with 100,000 followers on Instagram. On her grid, you'll find beauty recommendations, make-up free selfies of her real-skin texture, and posts about body positivity.

Sophia Grahn
Image credit: Sofia's Instagram page

2. Full name: Ella Gorton IG handle: @myskinstory

Ella Gorton is a British blogger and beauty therapist based in Manchester. At the age of 21, acne took over Ella's life and affected not only her skin, but her mental health. Four years later, after trying and testing different treatments Ella is in a much better place with her skin. Her Instagram grid is full of product recommendations, inspiring lives with industry experts, and of course, make-up and filter-free selfies showing her real skin texture.

Ella Gorton

Image credit: Ella's Instagram page

3. Full name: Claire Spurgin IG handle: @claires__psoriasis

Claire Spurgin is a British content creator who in 2017, was diagnosed with Psoriasis, a chronic autoimmune disease that speeds up the growth of skin cells. With the condition visible all over her body, Claire felt incredibly self-conscious and people would often ask what was wrong with her skin. This led her to start her Instagram page, with the hopes to educate people on what Psoriasis is. Since then, she has met many people with Psoriasis, and she regularly and bravely posts images of her skin to inspire others to accept who they are and to love the skin they're in.

Claire Spurgin

Image credit: Claire's Instagram page

4. Full name: Lou Northcote IG handle: @lounorthcote

Lou Northcote is a British model who was dropped by her modelling agency for having acne. In 2017, she created the hashtag #freethepimple to help bring awareness to others living with skin conditions, which has since grown to become an online global community for people to share their skin-positive photos. She continues to break conventional boundaries within the modelling industry, through her determination to see people with real skin in magazines and campaigns.

Lou Northcote

Image credit: Lou's Instagram page

5. Full name: Dr Anjali Mahto IG handle: @anjalimahto

Dr Anjali Mahto is a highly respected medical and cosmetic dermatologist that has suffered with ongoing acne since her childhood. With her own Clinic based in London's Harley Street, Dr Anjali consults patients with a variety of medical and cosmetic conditions including acne, rosacea, and moles. On her Instagram grid, you'll find a plethora of informative advice and product recommendations to help people deal with their skin concerns and feel confident in their own skin. 

Dr Anjali Mahto

 Image credit: Dr Anjali Mahto's Instagram page

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