Two US sisters with facial deformities share their stories on social media to inspire others Asia Williams and India Walls, two sisters from Marion, Ohio, in the United States, who were born with Treacher Collins Syndrome (TCS), a genetic facial disorder, prove that beauty is more than skin deep.
After years of bullying, the two sisters decided to share their stories on social media to encourage more people suffering from TCS to accept themselves regardless of how they look.
Despite their mother trying to install confidence in the girls, years of cruel bullying left them questioning if they even wanted to live.
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.
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.’