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Jonathan Van Ness Talks Psoriasis, Skin Care, and SelfAcceptance
March 24, 2018
Jonathan Van Ness is just one of many popular figures to come forward about their struggles
It always helps me to know that there are other people out there that are dealing with psoriasis
The world currently knows Jonathan Van Ness
as the lovable, hilarious, long-haired personality
on Netflix’s reboot of Queer Eye, which has
quickly become something of a sob-inducing
phenomenon since it first aired in February. As
one-fifth of the Fab Five, Van Ness’s role as The
Groomer is to make the show’s participants feel
like their best selves via grooming makeovers —
and by empowering them with the tools to get
the same results on their own. It’s not hard to
see how skilled the hairstylist is at connecting
with contestants on-screen, but two weeks ago,
Van Ness resonated with people in a totally new
way when he opened up about having psoriasis
As someone who struggles with a chronic skin
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condition herself, I was eager to hear what he
had to say in person about his experience — and
just as I expected, he didn’t disappoint. Ahead, find out how Van Ness cares for his psoriasis,
what he wants others with the condition to know, and how he finally found self-acceptance
through it all.
“I use this steroid cream [called] Enstilar, which is like a foam and is super expensive because it’s
not covered by insurance, but it really lays it all down. It really sticks on your skin for a while,
which I love, [because] I’ve tried some other prescription creams and oils, but you can tell they
just come off fast. Also, other ones I’ve used it take like two weeks to control the flare-up, but I
swear to god I use the Enstilar three nights in a row and it’s gone for a minute.”
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