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An Irish woman in her 20s, why did she change her face?

An Irish woman in her 20s drew attention by revealing her face completely changed by severe eczema.

Beatrice Gau Cahaas, 22, a children’s gymnastics instructor in Ireland, has had eczema since she was born. But when she turned 20 two years ago, her eczema flared up on her face. Not only was her face swollen, hard scabs formed around her eyes, blocking her vision and making her unable to see. He is now fortunately recovering. He revealed her past 6 days on her SNS (TikTok), and with the support of her many people, she has more than 41,000 followers.

To prevent her relapse, Beatrice follows a strict diet of vegetables, fruits, fish and a small amount of collagen, and cuts out her gluten and dairy products, she said. 메이저사이트Since then she has never had a relapse.

Beatrice said, “It was the most painful and shocking experience of my life,” but “I disclosed my personal experience to give people who are going through the same situation as me hope that they are not alone and that their skin can be healed.” He also said, “We will spread eczema awareness to everyone around the world.”

Eczema initially manifests only as itching, blisters, erythema, and swelling, but when it enters the chronic stage, swelling and blisters decrease, instead wrinkles occur, the skin thickens, turns into scales, and pigmentation appears. There are many causes of eczema, such as stress, changes in temperature or humidity, infection by bacteria, mites, and fungi. For swelling and itchiness caused by eczema, it is effective to treat first aid with cold compresses. If it has already entered the chronic phase, it should be treated with steroids. It is important to keep the skin sebum (oil film) healthy by applying a moisturizer to the skin.


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