Tallulah Willis shares incredible progress shots of her healed and healthy skin after refraining from ‘chronic’ picking for 4 months: ‘What a ride it has truly been!’
Tallulah Willis took to Instagram on Wednesday to show off progress she’s made in her skin care regimen.
The youngest daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, 27, shared a series of progress pics of her treatment illustrating the healing she’s had, saying she was very happy about the advances she was making.
She captioned the shot, ‘Skin update,’ adding, ‘Updates from an antsy handed chronic picker!’
The latest: Tallulah Willis, 27, took to Instagram on Wednesday to show off progress she’s made in her skin care regimen
The former Dancing with the Stars personality wrote, ‘We have *ascended* to peak alien dewy supple goals,’ sharing a series of skin care brands she was using while refraining from picking her face.
She wrote: ‘NOT TOUCHIN MY PRECIOUS DELICATE FACHE W GRUBBY NAILS IN 4 – COUNT EM’ – 4 MONTHS.’
Tallulah said she had never ‘felt so motivated to brag’ and was ‘truly forkin proud’ of the improvements she was making in her personal care.
She noted how she had a ‘scab that occurred 2 days before a GMA appearance and a Vogue shoot,’ adding, ‘What a ride it has truly been!’
She shared images on her Instagram Stories as well, pointing out factors that have impacted her regimen
Willis said a combo of skin care products and refraining from picking her face led to the advancement she was making
The youngest daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis shared a series of progress pics of her treatment illustrating the healing she’s had over time
Tallulah, who revealed her engagement to Dillon Buss this past May, said she was pleased in her growth.
‘All this being said, I am most likely going to sabotage all this progress,’ she said, ‘but until then I am going to marinate in an attitude of gratitude.’
She shared images on her Instagram Stories as well, pointing out factors that have impacted her regimen, including ‘over doing retinol, using nail tools to extract black heads, and going in the sun.’
Willis, seen earlier this month in a selfie, has past been brave and candid about self-care and body dysmorphia issues, with empowering messages to her social media followers
Willis has past been brave and candid about self-care and body dysmorphia issues, with empowering messages to her social media followers.
In May, she posted on Instagram that she ‘punished myself for not looking like my mom, after being told’ she looks like her father.
‘I resented the resemblance as I believed wholly my “masculine” face was the sole reason for my unlovability – FALSE!’ she said. ‘I was/am inherently valuable and worthy, at any life stage, at any size, with any hairdo! (As are you).’
She added, ‘You need to soothe the wound within your soul before trying to “fix” the outsides.
‘Be mindful of the special and impressionable minds around you and their access to social media and potential triggering imagery or the indicators that hyper-focusing on ones appearance goes deeper then just wanting to feel good in their own skin.’
She shared practices that help her amid difficult times, including reading fantasy fiction books, taking social media breaks, going for a walk and writing about one’s feelings.