On Monday, February 4th, Daily Mail published an article on Kim Kardashian's skin, saying she was having a "bad skin day" while out and about in Los Angeles.
Kardashian West responded to the story, tweeting "It's psoriasis all over my face."
According to Psoriasis.org, psoriasis is "an immune-mediated disease that causes raised, red, scaly patches to appear on the skin." In the past, Kim has spoken on how psoriasis affects her and her eventual desire to begin medication.
People came to Kim's defense, like this user who mentioned the challenges of being famous and constantly in the spotlight:
Or why an entire article needed to focus on "bad skin days," as if they're not normal:
We confirmed that Kim is indeed, a human, and has skin problems like the rest of us:
Others shared their own personal stories with psoriasis (which is common and affects over 7 million people in the US alone):
And some educated others on the autoimmune disease:
So we've learned the obvious: EVERYONE has skin issues, and everyone's still fabulous!