Mother-of-two gets a TATTOO to match her daughter's painful skin condition after she asks why she's the only one to have it



The mother of a six-year-old with a serious skin condition which causes blistering and itchy skin has had a tattoo to match her daughter. 
Tarly Poxton has to apply special moisturisers six times a day to keep the symptoms of Netherton syndrome under control.
She was recently diagnosed with the skin complaint which causes blistering, itchy and flaky skin and means she must cover up in the sun.
Her mother, Kory, 25, decided to get inked in a pattern to replicate the symptoms after Tarly asked why both she and little sister Pearl, three, do not have the condition.
The healthcare assistant,... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Health, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail
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