By Jo Tweedy For Mailonline. A mother-of-four who suffers from a rare skin condition that covers her body in bubble-like lesions says she's finally learning to embrace her appearance. Rachael Reynolds, 43, from Huddersfield, says she's even ready to wear a bikini again in public for the first time since her teens. She suffers from genetic disorder neurofibromatosis type 1 NF1 which causes lumps and bumps - effectively small tumours - across her face, neck, arms, back, stomach and legs. Just two years ago, the mother-of-four says she would sometimes avoid going out for fear of what people would say about her skin When Rachael goes on holiday later this year, she'll wear a bikini again - for the first time she was a teenager. The TV series was billed by Channel 5 as a way of confronting prejudice and challenging perceptions. Neurofibromatosis type 1 NF1 is a common genetic condition that affects one in 3, people in the UK to some extent.
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