Thorne has been purposefully ditching makeup to stand up to her acne bullies.
"When you are sick as a dog and your acne is on fleek," the actress captioned this Instagram photo on June 3.
Whether she's in public...
"Look at my acne!" she demanded on Instagram. "It's here!"
... or the privacy of own home, Thorne refuses to hide or "feel bad" about her makeup-free skin.
She frequently shows her unedited skin on her Snapchat and Instagram videos.
Because Thorne experiences the occasional breakout (like, ahem, most women), Bioré Skincare sought out the actress to promote its line of products for acne-prone skin.
“I’ve struggled with my acne a lot, I always post it on my Snapchat,” Thorne told People earlier this year. “But I’m excited about this partnership. I hope I help somebody out there because I’m spreading the word.”
But unfortunately, trolls simply cannot bear the sight of bare skin.
Even though Thorne went public about her dermatitis (aka eczema, which results in the inflammation of the skin) and revealed she's on Accutane, haters still insist she needs to do more to "fix" her skin.
(However, there's not a simple solution when it comes to curing acne. “I’ve had a lot of people just say to me, ‘Why don’t you just wash your face?’ and I’m like, ‘Are you kidding me right now?!'” Thorne told People last June.)
Thorne recently hopped on Instagram Live to address her ~controversial~ pimples.
Before heading to the airport on July 19, Thorne called attention to her makeup-free face. She reminded her followers that, yes, she has acne — and no, she's not hiding it.
Fans applauded Thorne for actually acknowledging her skin struggles rather than mask them.
But for the trolls who *still* have a problem with Thorne's skin, she has a simple message:
Not today, acne bullies. Not today.