Nurse’s Sore Throat Transforms Her Body into ‘Leopard Print’ Pattern

This April, she fearlessly shared a video of herself in a halter crop top that failed to conceal the reddish patches on her skin.

She said: “I posted it and it’s literally the best thing I’ve ever done in my life. I feel so amazing about it. My confidence has skyrocketed, I can’t even describe it, and it’s amazing. I feel really powerful. [The blotches are] everywhere, my ears, face, the bridge of my feet, legs, hips, bum cheeks, everywhere. I get people staring every day. I honestly don’t care anymore, I’m so past the point of caring.”

Ashling received messages saying the red blotches resemble art, and psoriasis patients thanked her for raising awareness about the condition.

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“Posting on TikTok genuinely just makes me feel good about myself and when people comment and say I’m beautiful, I feel good. Especially with this on my skin, being called beautiful makes me feel a lot better because you do feel that you’re ugly with that type of thing. It’s one of those things, at the end of the day, we need to normalize it. Everyone’s beautiful in their own way, shape or form,” was the nurse’s words in the video.

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Her self-esteem helps her cope with onlookers staring at her leopard-printed skin, and Ashling responds with grace to sudden insecurity.

Have you ever suffered from any skin condition? How was your first reaction? Let us know in the comments how did you cope with it.

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