Sea Buckthorn Oil

What It Feels Like to Grow Up with a Chronic Skin Condition?

I get a lot of heat from random people when I say that living with a chronic skin condition is tough. Their point, and it is a fair point, is that a skin condition isn’t as debilitating as a physical disability and that I should be grateful for my life not being worse than it is.

These comments don’t come from people with disabilities, nor their families. Mostly because of disabled people, and their families, know what it’s like to get through life not being “normal,” and they have better things to do with their time, like living, to worry about being petty about everything that is published online.

Granted, that psoriasis doesn’t prevent me from traveling or doing routine stuff, but it’s still a chronic condition. And one that jeopardizes the healthy existence of an organ, skin. It took me years to achieve a balance where my skin doesn’t flare up every time I try a new food or decide to go shopping for vintage clothes. And that wouldn’t have been possible without the help of FaceDoctor’s natural psoriasis treatment, definitely the best skin treatment for psoriasis problem out there.

As a kid, being told I couldn’t have fun with the other kids who were rolling around the dirt because my psoriasis might get worse was really hard. I felt humiliated, and I felt I wasn’t normal, despite my mother’s best efforts to convince me otherwise. Puberty was doubly bad. I had to survive the most awkward phase of one’s life while coping with a chronic skin condition.

Finding FaceDoctor’s sea buckthorn oil soap made all the difference in how I cope with the disease, and I feel I’m a bit closer to normal now than I have ever been in my life. When I share my story with people, it’s because I want them to tell someone they know who is experiencing sadness or depression, or who is feeling less “normal,” that there are ways to deal with it. Just because it’s online and you happened to read it, doesn’t mean you were my target audience to begin with.

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