Women have endured years of cruel bullying but have finally learnt to love their facial deformities

By ALEXANDRA THOMPSON HEALTH REPORTER FOR MAILONLINE

Two sisters are proving beauty is more than skin deep.

Asia Williams, 22, and India Walls, 20, were born with Treacher Collins Syndrome, which affects the bones and tissues in the face.

The sisters, from Marion, Ohio, inherited the syndrome from their mother, Nicole, who taught her daughters to embrace their unique beauty.

Despite their mother trying to install confidence in the girls, years of cruel bullying left them questioning if they even wanted to live.

Sisters Asia Williams (left) and India Walls are proving beauty is more than skin deep 

Now comfortable with their appearances, the girls, who have tens of thousands of Instagram followers, post pictures on social media to encourage others to embrace their uniqueness.

The girls were born with Treacher Collins Syndrome, which affects facial bones and tissues

Ms Williams told Barcroft TV: ‘The advice that I would give to other people is never compare yourself because comparing yourself is what’s going to destroy you.’

Ms Walls added: ‘Just love yourself!’

Their mother Nicole (pictured third from left with their siblings Melakyi, Malik, Makai and Malkia) has the same condition and has always told the girls they are beautiful

Full article at The DailyMail

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