• Azziad Nasenya shared her incredible skin transformation after a one-year battle with severe acne.
• Azziad talked about having the problem for seven years.
Tiktoker Azziad has detailed her transformation after fighting acne
Through her Instagram page, Azziad Nasenya shared her incredible skin transformation after a one-year battle with severe acne.
Azziad asked her fans to appreciate their journey as everyone has a different one.
She also mentioned that people were harsh and bullied her while some gave her fake prescriptions.
"People will be harsh and they will bully you and will come up with whatever reasons as to why you have acne," she wrote.
Azziad delved deeper as she shared her acne journey and how far she had come by showing transformed photos.
"It's been a journey. For anyone dealing with acne few tips. People will say you must have money ,this is half true. We have seen a lot of individuals who have good skin yet they don't have money, we have seen people with money with textured skin too.
Don't listen to online self proclaimed dermatologist because everyone will want to give you a prescription what to do what to not do. People will be harsh and they will bully you and will come up with whatever reasons as to why you have acne.
Don't listen, see a professional get help because people can be so ignorant about this topic, be patient and find what works for your skin. We are all different and we have different skin types."
In the past, Azziad talked about having the problem for seven years.
She said her acne grew worse when she was in form two, and like any other high schooler, she was down for any idea that got proposed, toothpaste? yes, aloe vera? say no more.
In 2020 she decided to see a dermatologist, but it didn't work. On to the second dermatologist, the prescriptions worked, and her skin cleared up, only for her to have an ugly bounce back.
A persistent Azziad resolved to try monthly facials in 2022 and see where it would lead. Having begun the facials in March and daily medication, it was until July that she saw a glimmer of hope.
She noted her acne is genetic, and her trigger was too much protein intake.