Model’s Rare Skin Condition

A former model’s life was left in tatters when she developed a rare skin condition – which causes blisters the size of her hand to develop all over her body. Maxine Forrest, 43, had built a successful career modelling rings and ladies watches in adverts – and even appeared in a foot fetish magazine in America. Her body was the tool of her trade – until she was diagnosed with a rare form of Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB).

A former model's life was left in tatters when she developed a rare skin condition - which causes blisters the size of her hand to develop all over her body. Maxine Forrest, 43, had built a successful career modelling rings and ladies watches in adverts - and even appeared in a foot fetish magazine in America. Her body was the tool of her trade - until she was diagnosed with a rare form of Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB).

A former model's life was left in tatters when she developed a rare skin condition - which causes blisters the size of her hand to develop all over her body. Maxine Forrest, 43, had built a successful career modelling rings and ladies watches in adverts - and even appeared in a foot fetish magazine in America. Her body was the tool of her trade - until she was diagnosed with a rare form of Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB).

A former model's life was left in tatters when she developed a rare skin condition - which causes blisters the size of her hand to develop all over her body. Maxine Forrest, 43, had built a successful career modelling rings and ladies watches in adverts - and even appeared in a foot fetish magazine in America. Her body was the tool of her trade - until she was diagnosed with a rare form of Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB).

A former model's life was left in tatters when she developed a rare skin condition - which causes blisters the size of her hand to develop all over her body. Maxine Forrest, 43, had built a successful career modelling rings and ladies watches in adverts - and even appeared in a foot fetish magazine in America. Her body was the tool of her trade - until she was diagnosed with a rare form of Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB).