The British beauty bravely chose to leave her psoriasis flare up on her elbow exposed at the prestigious Met Gala sending an important signal that psoriasis is no cause for shame.Psoriasis can be frustrating and embarrassing for many people suffering from the chronic skin condition is an autoimmune disorder.Supermodel Cara Delevigne 29 who has modeled for glamorous luxury brands like Chanel Dior and Burberry recently made a powerful statement by leaving her psoriasis scabs exposed for all to see on the world famous Met gala red carpet.
Psoriasis is a skin condition that causes red itchy patches to develop on the skin. It is a chronic disease which means that it does not have a cure. Fortunately symptoms can often by managed with different treatments and for some even lifestyle adjustments.Psoriasis can be frustrating and embarrassing for many people suffering from the chronic skin condition which is an autoimmune disorder.However when one of the worlds biggest supermodels rocks one of the biggest red carpets without covering her own flare ups from the skin disease thats some pretty powerful activism.Cara Delevigne 29 has modeled for glamorous luxury brands like Chanel Dior and Burberry but we think nothing makes more of a statement than Cara striking a pose at NYCs Met Gala blatantly showing patches of psoriasis on her elbows.
While this statement alone cannot remove the agitation that many people deal with it is a step in the right direction to help others with similar health issues build confidence. For a public figure like Cara to help reduce the shame of the disease and use her platform to redefine beauty flaws and all is what makes a true role model.Initially arriving to fashions biggest night in a red pantsuit the British stunner removed her blazer to reveal her top half and breasts covered in gold body paint leaving her elbow patches exposed and free of paint on full display.