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#MarkerChronicles Is One Woman's Inspiring Way of Dealing With Vitiligo
Brit + Co
Celebrities including the late Michael Jackson and model Winnie Harlow have done a lot to shed light on vitiligo, a condition that causes a loss of skin pigment in patches. But those who have it know living with vitiligo is no easy task. Instagram ...


See the artistic transformation of this vitiligo patient
TheNewsGuru
A certain lady, Ash Soto has been causing stirs on social media through her sexy artistic shoot. She was diagnosed with vitiligo at the age of 12. Ash endured bullying as a result of her skin condition. “I've been called cow, I even was once told I had ...


Daily Mail

Florida woman with vitiligo paints her skin with art | Daily Mail Online
Daily Mail
Student Ashley Soto, 21, from Orlando, Florida, spends hours carefully painting her skin with intricate designs, from world map to Van Gogh's The Starry Night.

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Refinery29

This Woman Turned A Rare Skin Condition Into A Work Of Art
Refinery29
Doctors aren't sure exactly what causes vitiligo, but think it may be an autoimmune disease, according to the National Institutes of Health. Autoimmune diseases happen when someone's immune system attacks parts of their body, like Soto's body attacks ...
Woman Bullied For Vitiligo Is Using Art To Spread Body PositivityHuffington Post Canada
After Being Bullied for Her Vitiligo, This Woman Decided to Turn Her ...Cosmopolitan.com
This Woman Turns Her Vitiligo Into Stunning Body ArtHuffington Post
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Cosmopolitan.com

After Being Bullied for Her Vitiligo, This Woman Decided to Turn Her Skin Into A Work of Art
Cosmopolitan.com
"I never realized how beautiful my vitiligo was until I traced it with a black marker, it really helps to bring out the different colors of my skin," she told The Daily Mail. "I was always trying to find a way to look at my skin in a positive light, I ...
Bullied Student Turns Vitiligo Into Artwork: See the Stunning PhotosUs Weekly
Woman With Vitiligo Turns The Skin Disease Into Stunning Body Art ...GoodHousekeeping.com

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GoodHousekeeping.com

After Being Bullied for Years, Woman With Vitiligo Turns Her Skin Into Art
GoodHousekeeping.com
Ashley Soto, 21, of Orlando, Florida, was diagnosed with vitiligo – a disease which causes the loss of skin color in blotches – when she was 12 years old. Within a year, it had spread to most of her body, leading her to wear long-sleeved shirts and ...

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Us Weekly

Bullied Student Turns Vitiligo Into Artwork: See the Stunning Photos
Us Weekly
“I never realized how beautiful my vitiligo was until I traced it with a black marker,” she said. “It really helps to bring out the different colors of my skin.” She realized that when she outlined the patches, it looked like a map. “From there, I ...
After Being Bullied for Years, Woman With Vitiligo Turns Her Skin Into ArtGoodHousekeeping.com

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VIDEO: Treatment for pigmentary disorders including vitiligo and melasma
Healio
Alexis, chairman of the department of dermatology, Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai West, highlighted his session on disorders of pigmentation including loss of pigmentation and excess pigmentation. He discussed treatment for vitiligo, including ...


Daily Star

Bullied student flaunts rare skin condition in sexy selfies as she bites back at haters
Daily Star
Ashley said: "I never realised how beautiful my vitiligo was until I traced it with a black marker, it really helps to bring out the different colours of my skin. "I discovered after drawing around my white patches my skin looked like a map, which I ...


Late-breaking research highlights at AAD include vitiligo, psoriasis treatment
Healio
An epidermal graft harvesting system was an effective alternative to split-thickness skin grafting in treating patients with vitiligo, according to research presented at a late-breaking research forum of the American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting.

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