Gen Y Speaks: For years, I feared being judged based on my looks. A 6-month eczema outbreak changed that

Gen Y Speaks: For years, I feared being judged based on my looks. A 6-month eczema outbreak changed that

24/10/2021 9:09:00 AM

Gen Y Speaks: For years, I feared being judged based on my looks. A 6-month eczema outbreak changed that

I still remember that day, sometime in July 2019. I woke up with raw bloody wounds all over my body, a swollen face and eyelids, and a bed full of dead skin. My skin hurt with every move I made.

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Shisha bars in France are attracting a devoted Gen Z clienteleFor the last 15-20 years, shisha has become fashionable in certain circles. Popular with young people, the process of consuming it encourages socializing and invites conversation, an interlude suspended in time, a break from our ultra tech-focused and individualistic society where everything moves at lightning speed. Far from the stigmatized image of the hookah bars of yesteryear, in many Western countries the new incarnations of these meeting places are being appropriated by Gen Z, and in Franc