Lindsay Lohan is in the clear and ready to tell the world how she got there.

The A Prairie Home Companion player has signed up to become the latest celebrity spokesperson for Proactiv Solution, the seemingly miraculous acne treatment that has had Jessica Simpson, Kelly Clarkson and other fresh-faced stars proudly singing its praises.

Lohan's deal with the Guthy-Renker company, the producer of Proactiv's trademark infomercials, is reportedly worth about $2 million.

"My skin, thanks to Proactiv, is clear all the time," Lohan, whose supposed battle with bad skin is probably the only thing that the paparazzi have left her alone about, says in her on-camera testimonial about the line's effectiveness. "Proactiv heals acne, but the best thing is that it's super gentle, so it works every day like skin care. That's how I use it, and it works."

Lohan's two-minute skin saga will start airing this week on MTV, MTV2, E! and Style. (E! Online, E! and Style are all part of E! Networks.)

The Proactiv regimen, a three-step assault on acne that utilizes a cleanser, toner and repairing lotion (plus a few other helpful products), has also been touted by Sean "Diddy" Combs, Vanessa L. Williams, Brooke Shields and Elle Macpherson.

But you don't have acne.

Exactly.

"Celebrities have access to nearly every skin care product, and they choose Proactiv because it works," Proactiv Solution senior VP Karen Barner said in a statement. "We're thrilled that Lindsay uses Proactiv Solution and is happy to speak out in support of the brand."

While she insisted to Harper's Bazaar last month that she's ready to be taken seriously as an actor, that doesn't mean that Lohan doesn't want to be appreciated for her good looks, as well. The former child star who celebrated her 20th birthday on July 2 told British GQ recently that she's happy to show off her curves for photo shoots.

"It's my body. And I like my body. And I like my breasts. And no, they're not fake," Lohan said in an interview for the magazine's August issue, hopefully clearing up a point of contention that has haunted the tabloids for awhile. "I think a woman's body is so much more sensual than a man's. I'm not saying strip off all your clothes, but there are certain photos I like people taking of me, where I'm comfortable. As long as it's tasteful?why not?"

Lohan also graces the cover, hair flowing, curves proudly emphasized. And yes, her skin looks fabulous.