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If you are struggling with the impact of a visible difference, our Support and Information Line is here to help.

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

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

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

Marcus, who has facial scars on the right side of his face, wearing a black hat and grey hoodie, looks towards the camera with a slight smile

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

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Abbie, a 16-year-old white woman who has long brown hair and facial scarring. She's wearing a black jacket and jumper and sitting outdoors at a cafe table on a street.

Abigail

I now feel able to talk to people about my face, explain my story, and be proud. I also learned that I don’t need to tell people about my life if I don’t wish to, it’s my choice.

Read Abigail's story

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