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Alisha

Alisha is the creator and blogger for beingmeinmyownskin.com, a website dedicated to her experience with psoriasis. Her blog interweaves personal stories with tips, ideas, and the stories of other “Psoriasis Psuperheroes.” Alisha strives to change people’s hearts and create compassion among people who least understand.

Alisha’s stories

I'm sharing my personal skin condition story, thoughts, and feelings in partnership with Promius Pharma as a paid spokesperson. The stories, thoughts, and opinions below are expressly my own. Promius Pharma is not responsible for any other content in these posts.

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Celebrities Who Have Psoriasis

Psoriasis was the embarrassing secret I tried my best to conceal with clothes and mistruths for the first 20 years of my life. Most times, without my permission, the galling inflamed spots of dry skin tended to introduce themselves to those who didn’t have a warm welcome to provide.

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My 2 Psoriasis-Related New Year’s Resolutions

In December I had a bad breakup—not with a particular person, but with my psoriasis treatment. After 2 years of being on a treatment I considered unbreakable, it decided to stop working. This caused me a lot of stress and anxiety.

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Finding the Silver Lining: 7 Reasons I’m Thankful for My Psoriasis

If you could choose three words to describe how you felt when you were first diagnosed with psoriasis, what would those words be? I’m sure the word “thankful” would never make the list.

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It’s Time To Change The Way You Feel About Psoriasis

I’m excited to announce that I’ve partnered with My Skin Matters, a fearless movement for people with skin conditions. It’s a movement that helps people with skin conditions move out of a place of fear and isolation to a community of loving, caring, empathetic individuals who unite in their struggles.

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