Molly-Mae Hague in tears as she reveals rare health condition that made her ‘hide her arms for a YEAR’ has returned


MOLLY-MAE Hague has shared her upset and disbelief after a rare skin condition suddenly reappeared on her arms.

The former Love Island star, 22, had 12 months of treatment to get rid of the medical problem and used to feel too self-conscious to bare her skin.

Molly-Mae Hague is devastated about her latest medical woe
A skin condition has reappeared on her arms

But Molly is feeling thoroughly disheartened after the condition – called Tinea versicolor – made a comeback overnight.

The harmless fungal infection causes discoloured patches on the skin and, in Molly’s case, they are white.

Taking to Instagram, Molly shared a picture of her arm and posted a ‘crying’ emoji next to it.

She told her fans: “I actually can’t believe I’ve woken up this morning to my pigmentation having come back.



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“It took me a WHOLE YEAR to get rid of this last time. I didn’t get my arms out because I was so self-conscious…

“I actually can’t believe it has come back. No idea what could have caused it.”

She added: “I think the actual for this is Tinea versicolor.”

According to the NHS, Tinea versicolor is also known as Pityriasis versicolor and is caused by a fungus that lives on the skin.

Antifungal shampoo and antifungal cream are the main treatments for the condition.

Since finding fame in the 2019 series of Love Island, Molly has always spoken openly about her health battles in a bid to help others.

She has shared photographs of the large strawberry birthmark she was born with, posted from her hospital bed after having two lumps removed and did not hide her tears after discovering a mole on her leg was cancerous.

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Recently, Molly has been vocal about her struggles with endometriosis.

In March, she underwent surgery in a bid to ease the painful condition that affects the lining of the womb.

Molly previously covered her arms to hide the fungal infection

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