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Melasma and the Mental Health effects of skin conditions

Skin Health | Last Active: Aug 21, 2019 | Replies (11)

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OK, I didn't know yours was that deep. Frankly speaking, I did not know how deep was mine but Pigmanorm really helped it, so I just wanted to share my experience. You are a lucky woman because you had kids and your youngest is 18 years old 🙂 That's beautiful! To me, this horror happened when I was 34 y.o. and, of course, no man will marry me like that & I can also forget about having children 🙁

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Thank you so much for sharing what has helped you! I’m going to ask my dermatologist next time I see her! Please don’t say that you’ll never get married. I know it’s so hard to feel confident, but someone will love you for your heart. My husband tells me it’s way more noticeable and important to me than anyone else. I think he’s right. When you see someone with something on their face do you focus on it? I don’t- I’m much more forgiving of others. Also, my 9 year old nephew just got diagnosed with an aggressive form of Crohn’s disease- it really puts things in perspective. Hang in there!