Demi Moore's Daughter Tallulah Shares Candid Photos of Health Disorder

Tallulah Willis continues to be open and honest with fans about her health.

The daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore is partnering with a nonprofit organization called the Picking Me Foundation, a mental health organization that supports individuals with dermatillomania or excoriation disorder, "a mental health condition where a person compulsively picks or scratches their skin, causing injuries or scarring," according to the Cleveland Clinic.

Alongside a side-by-side comparison photo, the 30-year-old took to Instagram to acknowledge that, while "PICKING HAPPENS," so does "healing."

In the first pic, Tallulah was experiencing a lot of redness around her mouth and orbital area, while the second snapshot showed markedly less irritated skin.

"Healing doesn’t have to mean clear skin, and it doesn’t mean intrusive thoughts stop intruding, and it doesn’t mean you’re not gonna do it again," she wrote. "it’s small wins."

While she hasn't yet elaborated too much on her own experience with "this struggle," she called on the larger community affected by the disorder and revealed, "I want so badly to share how I achieved my wins and help rescue all the sweet picked faces of the world! ☀️☀️☀️."

Skin picking is often associated with OCD, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, trichotillomania, and other mental health conditions, as well as eczema and acne.

Earlier this year, Tallulah revealed that she'd recently been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder as she posted a video of herself as a child in her father's arms on the red carpet, rubbing her hand on his bald head over and over in a repetitive motion that she and her family now recognize as "stimming."

"...this is the first time I’ve ever publicly shared my diagnosis. Found out this summer and it’s changed my life. ☀️," she said at the time.

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