Read how one woman learned to celebrate the changes in her skin.
It's possible to have vitiligo and self-esteem. Read one person's account.
When you’re diagnosed with vitiligo, you may wonder if it will spread, how to camouflage skin patches, and your risk for skin cancer.
Advocates, dermatologists, and people living with vitiligo offer kernels of advice to make the journey better, less stressful, and more hopeful.
“I put up with a lot of ugliness [from others] because of my vitiligo,” Karen Ruffin says. From that, came a need for creating beauty and accepting her own.