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"Which user story from the NØIE community is your favourite, and why?"
I’ve been struggling with acne and eczema (still struggling with it) since I was a teenager. Just like Maria, I’ve always wondered how people just walk around with nice and beautiful skin. When I was struggling with acne I would always get questions from friends/family and even people that I don’t know:
“Have you tried this and that product?” or “Do you have pimples because you don’t wash your face?“. I felt that it was not only me who had the issue but apparently people around me also had an issue with it. This made me feel very self-conscious about myself.
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