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Demi Moore’s daughter Tallulah, 30, shares update on her skin picking disorder battle as she shows SHOCKING before-and-after photos

Tallulah Willis opened up Wednesday about her ongoing battle with her skin picking disorder.

The 30-year-old daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore got to work Instagram to share incredible before-and-after photos of her face ‘healing’ from the condition.

Skin picking disorder, also known as dermatillomania or excoriation disorder, is a psychological condition that causes people to compulsively pick their skin, per Cleveland Clinic.

The actress – who recently revealed her autism diagnosis – showed off a ‘before’ photo showing her skin covered in reddish, crusty cuts and scratches around her mouth, nose and eyes, while the ‘after’ photo showed a much more obvious blemish shows. free face.

‘PEEING HAPPENS!! And then healing can happen,” she captioned the carousel. “Healing doesn’t have to mean clearing your skin, and it doesn’t mean stopping intrusive thoughts from creeping in, and it doesn’t mean you won’t do it again. they are small victories.”

Tallulah Willis opened up on Wednesday about her ongoing battle with her skin picking disorder (photo in March)

Tallulah Willis opened up on Wednesday about her ongoing battle with her skin picking disorder (photo in March)

The 30-year-old daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore took to Instagram to share incredible before-and-after photos of her face 'healing' from the condition

The 30-year-old daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore took to Instagram to share incredible before-and-after photos of her face 'healing' from the condition

The 30-year-old daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore took to Instagram to share incredible before-and-after photos of her face ‘healing’ from the condition

She concluded, “There is such a community in this fight and I am so eager to share how I achieved my victories and helped save all the sweet plucked faces of the world!”

In 2021, the star first revealed her diagnosis and let fans know that she was very happy with the progress she was making with her skin care.

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Tallulah shared similar before-and-after photos, writing, “Skin updates from a chronic picker with clumsy hands!”

The former Dancing with the Stars personality wrote, “We have *ascended* to achieve otherworldly, dewy, smooth goals,” sharing a range of skincare brands she used without picking her face.

She added: ‘DON’T TOUCH MY PRECIOUS DELICATE FACHE WITH GRUBBY NAILS FOR 4 – COUNT EM’ – 4 MONTHS.’

Tallulah said she had never felt “more motivated to show off” and was “really proud” of the improvements she was making in her personal care.

Wednesday’s social media share comes after Tallulah revealed for the first time that she has been diagnosed with autism – as she shared how the condition “changed her life” after learning about it last summer.

She shared her health discovery amid her father’s ongoing battle with dementia.

Skin picking disorder, also known as dermatillomania or excoriation disorder, is a mental condition that causes people to compulsively pick their skin, according to Cleveland Clinic

Skin picking disorder, also known as dermatillomania or excoriation disorder, is a mental condition that causes people to compulsively pick their skin, according to Cleveland Clinic

Skin picking disorder, also known as dermatillomania or excoriation disorder, is a mental condition that causes people to compulsively pick their skin, according to Cleveland Clinic

The actress' 'before' photo shows her skin covered in reddish, crusty cuts and scratches around her mouth, nose and eyes

The actress' 'before' photo shows her skin covered in reddish, crusty cuts and scratches around her mouth, nose and eyes

The actress’ ‘before’ photo shows her skin covered in reddish, crusty cuts and scratches around her mouth, nose and eyes

The 'after' photo reveals a much clearer, flawless face

The 'after' photo reveals a much clearer, flawless face

The ‘after’ photo reveals a much clearer, flawless face

'PEEING HAPPENS!!  And then healing can happen,” she captioned the carousel.  “Healing doesn't have to mean that your skin is clear, and it doesn't mean that intrusive thoughts stop intruding, and it doesn't mean that you won't do it again.  they are small victories

'PEEING HAPPENS!!  And then healing can happen,” she captioned the carousel.  “Healing doesn't have to mean that your skin is clear, and it doesn't mean that intrusive thoughts stop intruding, and it doesn't mean that you won't do it again.  they are small victories

‘PEEING HAPPENS!! And then healing can happen,” she captioned the carousel. “Healing doesn’t have to mean clearing your skin, and it doesn’t mean stopping intrusive thoughts from creeping in, and it doesn’t mean you won’t do it again. they are small victories

She posted a throwback video of her and her father, who has been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia and aphasia in the past two years, on the red carpet at the premiere of the actor’s 2004 film The Whole Ten Yards, who was then 10 was broadcast years ago. old Tallulah also played in it.

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She captioned the post: “Tell me [you’re] autistic without telling me [you’re] autistic.’

The video shows a young Tallulah being held by Bruce as he answers a journalist’s questions, fiddling with his ears and repeatedly rubbing his bald head with her hands.

Her post prompted one follower to ask about her diagnosis.

The actress replied, “Actually, this is the first time I’ve ever shared my diagnosis publicly. I found out this summer and it changed my life.”

Her sister, Scout LaRue, also wrote, “She’s stimulating,” while Tallulah replied, “Dude, the ear curl. I wish we had stronger audio.”

According to the Cleveland Clinicstimming ‘is when a person makes the same movements or sounds repeatedly.’

It’s a way for people to regulate their emotions and it is “often (but not always) associated with autism spectrum disorder and other neurodevelopmental disorders.”

Tallulah has been brave and outspoken about issues with self-care and body dysmorphia over the years, with powerful messages to her followers on social media.

Tallulah was seen in March with sisters Rumer and Scout and mother Demi Moore

Tallulah was seen in March with sisters Rumer and Scout and mother Demi Moore

Tallulah was seen in March with sisters Rumer and Scout and mother Demi Moore

Rumer Willis, father Bruce Willis, Tallulah, Demi Moore and sister Scout LaRue Willis in 2015

Rumer Willis, father Bruce Willis, Tallulah, Demi Moore and sister Scout LaRue Willis in 2015

Rumer Willis, father Bruce Willis, Tallulah, Demi Moore and sister Scout LaRue Willis in 2015

Rumer Willis, Demi Moore, Bruce Willis, Scout Willis, Emma Heming Willis and Tallulah Willis attend Demi Moore's 'Inside Out' Book Party on September 23, 2019

Rumer Willis, Demi Moore, Bruce Willis, Scout Willis, Emma Heming Willis and Tallulah Willis attend Demi Moore's 'Inside Out' Book Party on September 23, 2019

Rumer Willis, Demi Moore, Bruce Willis, Scout Willis, Emma Heming Willis and Tallulah Willis attend Demi Moore’s ‘Inside Out’ Book Party on September 23, 2019

Demi Moore, Scout Willis and Tallulah attend the 2018 International Women's Day event

Demi Moore, Scout Willis and Tallulah attend the 2018 International Women's Day event

Demi Moore, Scout Willis and Tallulah attend the 2018 International Women’s Day event

In 2021, she posted on Instagram that she was “punishing myself for not looking like my mother after being told” she looks like her father.

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“I hated the resemblance because I believed my ‘masculine’ face was the only reason I wasn’t loved – FALSE!” she said. ‘I was/am inherently valuable and worthy, at every stage of life, in every size, with every hairstyle! (Just like you).’

She added, “You have to soothe the wound in your soul before you try to ‘fix’ the outside.”

‘Be aware of the special and impressionable minds around you and their access to social media and potentially triggering images or the clues that hyperfocusing on your appearance goes deeper than just wanting to feel good about yourself.’

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