Millie Court was at her lowest point when she was battling adult acne
Love Island winner Millie Court has shared her transformation after battling adult acne and hitting her "lowest" point.
The 24-year-old recently opened up about her skin condition in an answer session on Instagram.
She confessed she couldn't figure out why her skin kept getting so bad until she met with a dermatologist to solve it.
The reality star discussed her experience to try and help others with the same issue.
She said: "This feels mad to post up for you all to see me when I was at my lowest, and feel the most insecure I've ever felt.
"But if I can help people who feel like I did then that means more to me than anything."
Millie believed that having the implant affected her acne.
She posted: "I started getting acne about a year and a half ago, I couldn't figure it out, when I went to the dermatologist, she helped me realise it was down to my implant.
"I didn't put two and two together and this is kind of what brought it on, they got me off it straight away and they looked deeper into it.
"I am really bad at picking my skin, obviously picking it you're spreading it across your face.
"The main thing I would say is only squeeze when they have a yellow head and use gloves or a tissue."
Since meeting with a dermatologist her skin has dramatically improved.
She added: "I didn't go on roaccutane because I was scared of the side effects, it can be helpful.
"My dermatologist put me on different antibiotics. It's a natural remedy and isn't harmful to your body, it works from the inside out."
The reality star hoped her experience will help someone else.
In her final Instagram story she penned: "Over and out guys. Sorry it was so long but hopefully I helped someone today."
"Just remember, nobody is perfect. I still get spots to this day, spots won't go forever, let's embrace them. It's normal and we are normal people."
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