28 Instagram Accounts to Follow if You Have Vitiligo
For those with vitiligo, Instagram is often more than just a social network – it’s a way to find community, connection and support. At least that’s what University of Oregon graduate Elizabeth Witcher found in her recent study.
A sociology and psychology major living with vitiligo, Elizabeth used her senior thesis to do research that showed that social media – and specifically Instagram – provides a means of connection for those with vitiligo that is absent in the physical world.
If you’re looking to connect with the vitiligo community on Instagram, here are 28 inspirational, informational and share-worthy accounts to follow.
There are several Instagram accounts that exist solely to repost submitted photos and share the stories of those with vitiligo. Follow the accounts below to share your story or read about other people with vitiligo.
Projects + Photo Series
With vitiligo being a visual condition, it’s no surprise that there are numerous art and photography projects popping up. Get involved by following these projects or applying to be a part of them.
Models + Influencers
Talk about inspirational! These are just some of the women leading the conversation about vitiligo in the world today as models and/or spokesmodels.
Bloggers + Vloggers
Looking for lifestyle, makeup, fitness and fashion tutorials and inspiration? Check out this list of bloggers, vloggers and photo journalists, all of whom have vitiligo.
@moms.can.be.fit | Tiffanie
Communities + Organizations
These are just a few of the organizations, communities and nonprofits at the heart of the vitiligo community today. Follow these accounts for news, updates and support.
Last but not least…
Don’t forget to follow us for news, advice, perspective and positivity as we continue to share everyday life with vitiligo. See you on the ‘gram!
That’s certainly not all of them so help us out! Which vitiligo accounts do you follow?
Erika Page is a writer and blogger with universal vitiligo. Her first spots appeared on her spine when she was seven years old and today vitiligo covers her entire body. Based just south of Washington, D.C., Erika founded Living Dappled to create a community of inspiration and hope for girls and women living with vitiligo.
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