In the most recent edition of the Miss Universe that took place in the month of January 2017 we all learned that the contest is committed to taking a turn in the standards of beauty. Well, they could go a little further in the next election.
A young woman of 20 suffering from a rare genetic disease has just begun her journey to take the precious crown.

Evita Patcey Delmundo has her body completely covered with moles, a condition that has not been easy to live before the curious looks and even taunts of other people. Having already learned to accept herself as she is and learn to live with it, she is ready to serve as an example.

“I really learned to love myself and to communicate with others,” he said in a recent interview by Teen Vogue. She admitted that she put aside the idea of ​​taking off the moles after talking to the doctors and knowing that it would be a risk to her health. “I’m grateful now that I have not changed anything,” he said.
After signing up for the 2018 Malaysian Miss Universe, Evita wants to expand her message: “Beauty is not just what is on the outside, it is not someone with the perfect face or the perfect body,” he said. “Beauty is what you are as a person and how you love yourself. It is never about perfection.”

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