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Bachelor couple Laura Byrne and Matty ‘J’ Johnson reveal their skin insecurities

‘I remember how much it was so bad looking in the mirror’: Bachelor couple Laura Byrne and Matty ‘J’ Johnson reveal their skin insecurities

Bachelor couple Laura Byrne and Matty ‘J’ Johnson have revealed that they both have uncertainties about their skin.

The engaged couple, who share one-year-old daughter Marlie-Mae, candidly discussed their concerns with Body and Soul magazine this week, admitting that they sometimes struggled to feel confident.

Matty, 32, says he suffered from acne as a teenager and sometimes hated looking in the mirror.

Honestly: Bachelor couple Laura Byrne and Matty 'J' Johnson (both in the photo) have revealed that they both have insecurities about their skin.  The couple candidly discussed their concerns this week with Body and Soul

Honestly: Bachelor couple Laura Byrne and Matty ‘J’ Johnson (both in the photo) have revealed that they both have insecurities about their skin. The couple candidly discussed their concerns this week with Body and Soul

He said, “I remember how bad it was to look in the mirror. The first thing you see when you meet someone is their face.

“So if you have really bad acne and you are talking to someone, you can only think,” I bet you look at my acne. ”

Laura, 33, who suffers from the Melasma skin condition, says she feels the same as her fiancé.

Shiny people: Matty, 32, says he suffered from acne as a teenager and sometimes hated looking in the mirror

Shiny people: Matty, 32, says he suffered from acne as a teenager and sometimes hated looking in the mirror

Shiny people: Matty, 32, says he suffered from acne as a teenager and sometimes hated looking in the mirror

He said, “I remember how bad it was to look in the mirror. The first thing you see when you meet someone is their face. Depicted as a teenager

“You’re right when you say you think people are looking at you,” the accessories designer agreed.

“I have pigmentation, which came out very badly when I was pregnant, and it made me so self-conscious that when I had to meet new people I felt I had to explain it.

“Why do I feel I have to do that? It’s my face. I have no control over that, ”she added.

Last year, in a detailed Instagram post, Laura shared a makeup-free photo of her skin and shared how the skin condition affected her during pregnancy, causing severe hyperpigmentation on her face.

Skin problems? Laura, 33, who suffers from the Melasma skin condition, says she feels the same as her fiancé. “You’re right when you say you think people are looking at you,” the accessories designer agreed

Honestly: Last year Laura shared a makeup-free photo of her skin in a detailed Instagram post telling how the skin condition affected her during pregnancy causing severe hyperpigmentation on her face

Honestly: Last year Laura shared a makeup-free photo of her skin in a detailed Instagram post telling how the skin condition affected her during pregnancy causing severe hyperpigmentation on her face

Honestly: Last year Laura shared a makeup-free photo of her skin in a detailed Instagram post telling how the skin condition affected her during pregnancy causing severe hyperpigmentation on her face

“When I was pregnant, I posted quite a bit about my melasma. I’ve always had pigmentation, but pregnancy really gave that baby a light, ”she explained.

Laura then encouraged women to accept their flaws and not always compare themselves to other women on social media.

“This is just a reminder that most of the people you follow on Instagram don’t actually have perfect skin, or perfect butts or perfect breasts that defy gravity,” she wrote.

“If you or someone you love has Melasma – I just want you to know you look great, girlfriend.”

Ready for more: In this week's Body and Soul issue

Ready for more: In this week's Body and Soul issue

Ready for more: In this week’s Body and Soul issue

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