Erika Page

Erika Page is the Founder and Editor of Living Dappled. After getting vitiligo at the age of seven, she lost 100% of her pigment to the condition and today lives with universal vitiligo.

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12 Dermatologist-Approved Sunscreens You Can Use to Protect Vitiligo

The products included this roundup were submitted by readers with vitiligo in our annual Skin…

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5 Foundations Recommended By (and For) Women with Universal Vitiligo

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Shop-Worthy Vitiligo Tees You’ll Be Ready to “Add to Cart”

There’s no easier way to celebrate vitiligo and raise awareness for this condition than to…

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How One Dancer with Vitiligo Is Breaking the Beauty Mold for Performing Arts

Dancer and choreographer Risa D’Souza was doing a question and answer session at the end…

U.S. World Vitiligo Day will take place June 24-26, 2022 in Bloomington, Minnesota
Your Guide to the 2022 U.S. World Vitiligo Day Celebration in Minnesota

Update: A livestream of this event will be available via MyVitiligoTeam. World Vitiligo Day, celebrated…

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Community Q&A: How Do You Respond to Questions About Your Vitiligo?

When you live with vitiligo, a more-often-than-not visible skin condition, you’re likely to get attention…

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How Finding Beauty in Others Helped Me See It in Myself

It’s time for a confession: I used to think vitiligo was ugly. And not just…

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Living Dappled Launches Vitiligo Beauty + Skin Product Survey

Do you have go-to beauty products that help you live with vitiligo? Share your favorite…

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How I Gave Up Hair Dye to Embrace My Vitiligo Hair

I got vitiligo when I was seven years old and lost 100% of my skin’s…