Covered with wounds due to skin diseases a student has become a model


Lucy bill-Lottto page-Lucy Beall Lott in Facebook

Despite the severe disease of the skin, student, University of St. Andrews University in Scotland has starred in advertising underwear and took part in a fashion show. This publication reports the Metro.

19-year-old Lucy bill-Lot (Lucy Beall-Lot) suffers from recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa. Congenital disease that makes her skin extremely sensitive and easily vulnerable. Even minor impacts lead to the formation of blisters and erosions. To avoid damage, hands and feet have to be bandaged. Appearing blisters must be carefully treated, otherwise they will turn into scars.

The girl claims that he heard a lot of offensive comments in his address. “One of my exes said I was never attracted because of the skin. It was very tactless, she says. — When I was invited to participate in the filming of underwear, immediately reminded of his statements that I “will never be attractive””.

According to the girl, she hopes her photos will help change the attitude of people who struggle with similar diseases. “It was great to see that people don’t show me your fingers and laugh, and applaud, she says. Never thought it possible.”

In 2017, it was reported that 25-year-old girl from Ghana suffering from vitiligo became a model. In childhood was mocked by classmates for her unusual appearance and badgered her. When she was a nurse, she saw a scout model Agency.

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