The One Bella Thorne Quote About Acne You Need To Hear Before Your Next Breakout

MIAMI, FLORIDA - APRIL 07: Bella Thorne is on the set of Univisions 'despierta America' in support of the film 'Ratchet & Clank' at Univision Headquarters on April 7, 2016 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images)
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Contrary to what some celebs might have you think, everyone gets blemishes from time to time. It's just one of those universal things that bonds us all together. Sure, it can be annoying, but Bella Thorne's positive outlook on pimples might be just what you need to battle your breakouts. Instead of dwelling on the unwanted spots, she embraces them. It might sound crazy, but her advice is actually pretty smart.

If you're anything like me, you're guilty of letting little things ruin your day. Sometimes it's spilled coffee and other times is that nasty zit that just had to show up. Thankfully, Thorne has the advice that you need to change all of that. Instead of getting angry about her pimples, she calls them beautiful. I know, I know. I'll let Thorne do the talking.

"I got this pimple the other day and I said to my sister, 'Look at this! I have a press day coming up!' And she said, 'That's a beautiful pimple, Bella. That is beautiful. Scars are beautiful," Thorne told Us Magazine. "We both struggle with acne, but now, every time we get something on our face, we just to each other, 'That's beautiful. I love my scars. I love my skin.' You have to change your mindset."

I guess it's true what they say— change your outlook, change your life. If you need more than just a different attitude, Thorne has you covered with that too. She also told the publication that she has switched to plant-based products to help control acne. Here are a few to add to your makeup table.

1. Aveda Gel Cleanser

Aveda Botanical Kinetics Purifying Gel Cleanser, $23, shop.nordstrom.com

Every product made by Aveda is completely plant based, so it's perfect for even the most sensitive skin.

2. Burt's Bees Cleanser

Burt's Bees Radiance Facial Cleanser, $7.39, walmart.com

Thorne is actually the face of Burt's Bees new #LoveYourNature campaign. There's a good chance that she would approve of this for washing your face.

3. Erborian Cleansing Oil

Erborian Solid Cleansing Oil, $39, sephora.com

If you prefer an oil, then this highly rated Sephora find is the one for you.

4. Botanics Micellar Water

Boots Online Only Botanics All Bright Micellar Cleanser, $6.37, target.com

What's better than micellar water? One that also has the power of plants. 

5. Etsy Botanical Facial Cleanser

Botanical Facial Cleanser, $3.75, etsy.com

This plant based product is handmade, so you can guarantee that there are no chemicals added.

6. Acure Face Wash

Acure Organics Sensitive Facial Cleanser, $5.84, grove.co

Wash your face and add probiotics at the same time? Yes, please!

7. Dermalogica Makeup Remover

Dermalagica Travel Sized PreCleanse, $10.50, ulta.com

This pre-cleanse (aka makeup remover) is completely plant-based, so you can add it in with your favorite cleanser.

The right outlook and products can completely change everything. 

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