When singer-songwriter Cyndi Lauper's psoriasis first flared up, the pain was "unbearable." "My psoriasis spread and everything was inflamed," she said. During performances, Lauper, 65, tried to hide the distinctive red spots with makeup and clothing. Now, Lauper has partnered with Novartis for the SEEMEtoknow campaign, which shares inspiring stories of people battling psoriasis to remind patients that they are not alone in their fight. “I think everybody needs hope,” said Lauper.
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SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft TV: A YOUNG woman whose body has been covered by inflamed spots has chosen to publicly celebrate her ‘dalmatian skin’. Georgia Crowther, from Hertfordshire, was just six years old when she woke up with inflamed patches of psoriasis across her entire body. Psoriasis is a chronic disease that causes the skin to become red, irritable and flaky and only affects around 2% of people in the UK. When her condition is at its worst, she has to bathe up to four times a day and will constantly apply cream to moisturise the dry, irritated patches. But now, at 25, Georgia has learned to fully embrace what she calls her ‘Dalmatian skin’. Video Credits: Videographer / director: Marcus Hessenberg Producer: Chloe Sweet, Ruby Coote Editor: Beth Angus Barcroft TV: Barcroft Anima