Rare Skin Condition Sisters

Meet the sisters with a rare condition who lose four STONE of skin every year. Emma and Stacey Picken suffer from a condition that makes their skin grow six times faster than a normal person. The condition, lamellar ichthyosis, affects just one in 600,000 people and means the teenagers shed their entire skin every day. The students face a gruelling task of applying cream twice a day, meaning it takes them two hours just to get ready for college.

Meet the sisters with a rare condition who lose four STONE of skin every year. Emma and Stacey Picken suffer from a condition that makes their skin grow six times faster than a normal person. The condition, lamellar ichthyosis, affects just one in 600,000 people and means the teenagers shed their entire skin every day. The students face a gruelling task of applying cream twice a day, meaning it takes them two hours just to get ready for college.

Meet the sisters with a rare condition who lose four STONE of skin every year. Emma and Stacey Picken suffer from a condition that makes their skin grow six times faster than a normal person. The condition, lamellar ichthyosis, affects just one in 600,000 people and means the teenagers shed their entire skin every day. The students face a gruelling task of applying cream twice a day, meaning it takes them two hours just to get ready for college.

Meet the sisters with a rare condition who lose four STONE of skin every year. Emma and Stacey Picken suffer from a condition that makes their skin grow six times faster than a normal person. The condition, lamellar ichthyosis, affects just one in 600,000 people and means the teenagers shed their entire skin every day. The students face a gruelling task of applying cream twice a day, meaning it takes them two hours just to get ready for college.

Meet the sisters with a rare condition who lose four STONE of skin every year. Emma and Stacey Picken suffer from a condition that makes their skin grow six times faster than a normal person. The condition, lamellar ichthyosis, affects just one in 600,000 people and means the teenagers shed their entire skin every day. The students face a gruelling task of applying cream twice a day, meaning it takes them two hours just to get ready for college.