Sophie who has a birthmark on her forehead smiles at the camera wearing a white t-shirt

New and expanded services & support

Changes to our services for children and young people - and why they're needed.

We support people who have a visible difference or disfigurement to lead the lives they want.

How weCan help

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Dola sitting in an office, wearing a headset and smiling

If you are struggling with the emotional impact of a visible difference, call or message our Support and Information Line.

A woman in a nurse's top, wearing glasses with white hair tied up, applies skin camouflage products to a man's face. We can see the back of the man's head only - he has some stubble on his face and wears a shirt and a blue jumper.

Our Skin Camouflage Service gives people living with a visible difference a choice over their appearance.

A young woman with a visible difference looking towards the camera

Read guides for young people and adults with a visible difference, as well as parents of children who look different.


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Laura, a woman with alopecia. She has green eyes and is wearing a red fleece with a grey lining and looking at the camera. There's a field behind her.


I am finally becoming the role model I needed. I can choose to wear whatever wig as and when I want to, but know I am beautiful without it too.

Read Laura's story