See Teen Moms' REAL skin texture after fans slam Leah Messer, Kailyn Lowry & Chelsea Houska for 'photoshopping' pics

Teen Mom stars Leah Messer, Kailyn Lowry, Jenelle Evans, and Chelsea Houska's real skin texture has been exposed after years of photoshop allegations by fans.

The reality TV moms have used picture editing to their advantage, according to their followers who have begged them to embrace their natural looks.

Now Leah, 29, Kailyn, 30, Jenelle, 30, and Chelsea's true skin textures have come to light upon examining recent red carpet looks.


Blue-eyed blonde Kailyn has grown a massive following of 4.2million on Instagram, and regularly shares updates of her hectic life with four sons.

But in all of her social media posts, her skin and body have appeared flawless, even while going makeup-free.

However, without the use of photo editors, while on the red carpet, Kailyn has shown off her pores and natural shine.

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Jenelle has always prided herself on keeping things real with her 2.9million followers, except when it comes to her skin texture.

The mother of three has been open about bodily changes and her recent health issues, but in all of her posts, her face and skin have appeared flawless.

But, in red carpet photos without any sort of filtering, the North Carolina native has a shiny forehead and t-zone, with some fine lines as she heads into her 30s.


Chelsea has faced backlash for years regarding her "over-editing", as many believe her Instagram filters portray an unrealistic depiction of life.

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With a whopping 6.5million followers, the MTV star has worked to maintain the image of perfection, with a feed full of a flawless face and dark tan.

However, professional images sans edits have revealed the busy mom has a fair share of her own skin imperfections.


Leah Messer has kept a solid social following by regularly posing for photoshoots with her three daughters.

But many fans have trolled her for "looking unrecognizable" in the majority of her posts.

Though Leah's skin has a natural glow, in red carpet photos her natural creases have shown through.

All three of the Teen Mom regulars have faced their share of backlash regarding photo editing over the years.


In October of 2020, Kailyn hit back at the haters after they ripped her for "photoshopping" a lingerie shoot.

The TV personality shared a behind-the-scenes video as she posed in a variety of looks.

The Delaware resident took to TikTok to share the results of the boudoir shoot as she posed in several pieces of lingerie, including a thong set.

Kailyn added the caption: "but y’all swear it’s photoshop."


In July of last year, Jenelle was accused of "photoshopping" her skin in a bikini photo alongside her children.

Critics claimed she had "blurred out" a "YOLO" tattoo on her collarbone while posing in a red and white floral bathing suit.

But the controversial mom has defended herself against internet warriors and body shamers galore.


Last summer, Chelsea faced fan backlash for over-editing and having "no unfiltered" photos with her four kids.

The Teen Mom alum was also mocked for using "orange and dusty" Instagram filters over all of her social media posts.

She has been delt criticism from fans who say she will have "regrets" for over-filtering her children one day.

In July, the reality star shared a side-by-side comparison of a photo of herself with her infant daughter Walker, one natural, and one with a filter called "Bon Voyage."

Fans were not impressed, as one took a screenshot and re-shared the photo to Reddit for a heated discussion.


In October, Leah was also accused of editing her photos by eagle-eyed fans on Reddit.

The TV star posted a selfie to Instagram where she stared sultrily into the camera with one arm draped behind her head.

The mom-of-three wore a champagne-colored top and her long hair in loose waves.

"Waiting for this Adele album to drop," she captioned the post.

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Leah used a filter in the selfie that made her eyes look brighter and that she had fake lashes on.

Fans were not pleased as they raced to the comments to rip her for not embracing her natural look.

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