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That's right: There's not much uplifting news these days. So, when the world wants to comfort trivial stories about hot ducks and companies that sell used cloths, that's understandable, but does a whole story pay off the fact that a celebrity breaks out? This is a feast for the eyes – especially if this celebrity has become loud because of her struggle with a chronic skin disease.
Precisely for this reason, Kim Kardashian claps around Daily Mail . for a recent story about her "Bad Skin Day" in LA.
"It's no wonder that the 38-year-old NPP Beauty CEO occasionally troubles with the foundation and the concealer she wears on a regular basis," read the original story, as shown on Twitter Tweeted at her diagnosis in 201
It's psoriasis all over my face. https://t.co/E94lI7mfDG[19659003-KimKardashianWest(@KimKardashian) February 5, 2019
Fans and trolls quickly commented on the Daily Mail coverage and Kim's response. One user wrote: "DO NOT try to get a tan and wear 10 pounds of makeup every day … just say while others defended NPPs and wrote, Do not let the media shake you. My mother has psoriasis, it took her a long time to accept it and not be shaken off by the opinions of others. Her psoriasis is still bad, but there are underlined issues that she does not want to address, but people like you help to start this convo "and" PS, you are with or without nice psoriasis !!! "Other people offered additional treatment ideas Based on their own experiences: "Apple cider vinegar has always helped me. Do not drink, but actually apply to the plaques with a cotton ball, "a user tweeted.
Daily Mail has since updated the article to explain that the celebrity is suffering a psoriasis flare-up and that she "went to Twitter on Tuesday to explain that what seemed like a few pimples was not an outbreak at all. (Related: The Only Skin Care Product Kim Kardashian Uses Everyday)
ICYDK: Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease characterized by raised, red, scaly patches on the skin, the most common autoimmune disease in the US, affecting up to 7.5 million Americans – about 2.2 percent of the population, according to the National Psoriasis Foundation – psoriasis episodes can be triggered by stress, skin injuries (such as sunburn and scratches), certain medications, and extra infections, but it's different for everyone.
A few months ago, Kim publicly stated that her psoriasis is deteriorating and that she is looking for new treatment options. On December 23, 2018, she tweeted, "I've never seen it like this before, and I can do it here do not even describe. It's taken over my body. "19659006] I think it's time for me to use an anti-psoriasis drug that I've never seen before and can not even describe it at this point. Has anyone tried a drug for psoriasis and what kind works best? Need help ASAP !!!
– Kim Kardashian West (@ KimKardashian) December 24, 2018
She has come across other treatments that she tried out vociferously: nocturnal topical cortisone (about which she wrote "Living with psoriasis" post in her blog, which has since been discontinued); Light Therapy (about which she reported People approximately in 2017); and celery juice, which she shared on her Instagram stories in January after reading that drinking psoriasis could help. There are currently a number of prescription topical and oral psoriasis treatments on the market, but it appears that KKW has initially focused on alternative therapies.
Regardless of whether the outbreaks are acne, psoriasis or otherwise, Kim recalls the reaction. Celebrities are also people – but no one deserves to bluntly expose their imperfections on the Internet.