- “It’s a condition in which you get tiny pimples on your skin,” Yami said.
- “I developed this skin condition during my teens,” she said.
- “Still there is no cure for it,” said Yami
Actress Yami Gautam revealed that she suffers from a skin condition called keratosis-pilaris in an Instagram post, to which she attached a bunch of close-up shots of herself. In her note to her Instagram family, Yami Gautam wrote that having become aware of her skin condition over the years, she has finally decided to “embrace” her “shortcomings”: “I have recently And when they were about to go for post-production (a common procedure) to hide my skin condition called keratosis-pilaris, I thought, ‘Hey Yami, why don’t you accept this fact. and accept it enough to be okay with it. Just let it be… (Yeah, I talk out loud to myself).”
Elaborating on her skin condition, which dates back to Yami Gautam’s teenage days, the actress wrote: “For those who haven’t heard of it, it’s a skin condition in which you get tiny bumps on the skin. There are bumps. I promise they’re not the same as your brain and your neighbor’s aunt screwed it up.) I developed this skin condition during my teens, and there’s still no cure for it Not there.”
Yami Gautam said she is finally ready to face her “insecurities”: “I have dealt with this for many years and today finally, I decided to let go of all my fears and insecurities and love and accept me.” Got the courage.” Wholeheartedly the flaws. I too found the courage to share my truth with you. Oof!
Yami Gautam wrapped up her post with these words: “I didn’t feel like airbrushing my folliculitis or ‘shaping up’ that ‘under-eye’ or that waistline! And yet, I feel beautiful. “
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In the past, Yami Gautam has been criticized for endorsing fairness products when she said she considered withdrawing from advertising commitments. In 2019, Yami Gautam starred in the film Bala, which addressed the obsession issue of fair skin complexion and premature balding. Referring to the film, Yami Gautam said that dropping the brand is not a solution, but the bigger goal is to change the perception.