Millie Bobby Brown embraced the highs and lows of skincare in her Instagram post from October 23. The Stranger Things actress, 19, posted a glamorous mirror selfie where she showed off her clear skin and held up her brunette hair. In the second picture, Millie took a selfie of acne on her makeup-free face while in the car. Millie gave a shoutout to her beauty brand, Florence by Mills, in her caption by writing, “@florencebymills send help!”
Some of Millie’s famous friends celebrated the young actress for posting the breakouts on her face for her 63 million followers to see. Drew Barrymore told Millie in the comments, “I love keeping it real. You are the greatest.” Paris Hilton chimed in as well with a smiling face with heart-eyes emoji. And Millie’s Stranger Things co-star Noah Schnapp showed his friend support by commenting, “Love it.”
Millie previously embraced her skincare imperfections in an Instagram video shared in March. She explained to her followers how she gets rid of pimples on her skin with products from Florence by Mills. “As you can tell I’m having a pretty rough night with my skin,” the famous teenager said in the video. “This zit is not very happy. These pimples up here are not happy. This one right here isn’t,” she added.
As Millie’s video continued, the British actress applied Florence By Mills’ Clear the Way Clarifying Mud Mask to her face, before she added a tea tree oil spot sticker to her “angry” pimple “to give it the love it needs.” She concluded the skincare tutorial by letting her fans know that her cleansing routine with the mask and oil “has really helped” before admitting she was “officially ready for bed.”
Millie named her popular skincare line that launched in 2019 after her grandmother, Florence. The Emmy Award nominee previously told People how her grandmother inspired her to go into the beauty business. “My grandmother embraced her individuality a lot and she expressed herself. I definitely relate to that,” she said. “I’ve been told I’m like her in that respect, and I wanted that to represent my brand as well.”