We firmly believe all different skin colors and types are beautiful, and this woman's birthmark is certainly no different.

Yulianna Yussef was born with a disorder that left her body covered in birthmarks.

Yussef has CMN, or congenital melanocytic nevus, which resulted in the birthmarks all over her body, including a large one on her torso.

While she preaches body positivity in all her posts, her latest explored the reality of living with her many birthmarks.

"On my social media feed I try to post fancy photos that showcase how confident I am about my birthmarks, self acceptance and how I've learned to live with my giant Nevus," she said in a caption. "But I want to be honest with you and tell you a little bit more about how I actually physically feel and give you some more information about birthmarks."

One of the biggest struggles is the body hair that goes hand-in-hand with her birthmarks.

"Sooo my back is actually fluffy," Yussef wrote. "I can't do anything about that, and even more annoyingly, the hairs on the birthmarks all over my body are thicker and more dense than around the normal skin."

The only way she can remove the hair on her birthmarks is by cutting them, as she can't shave or wax the area (though she does wax around her birthmarks.)

Another side-effect? The itching.

"The itching is so fucking bad that it just drives you crazy! Sometimes I literally want to scratch my skin off," she wrote. "Waking up at night because I can't control myself, scratching it which causes the birthmark to swells and forces me to get up and put cold compress on it."

While she learned to control the itching now, she said it was much harder when she was a child.

"I am an adult I now can control myself but children no, some scratch themselves till they draw blood at night," she said. "There is no solution besides growing up and learning how to control yourself. It's a part of our 'difference' and we should learn to live with this."

The most scary thing, however, is the risk of melanoma.

"Anyone can develop skin cancer because of one birthmark," she wrote. 

Yussef wants to use her platform to remind others that being different is OK.

"I’m tired of being bullied and hiding from people and from all these clothes that I wear at summer,” Yussef told Yahoo. “I just asked myself why people react at me like that, and the answer was — they didn’t know what it is, some are just curious in positive way, but lot of people think that I could infect them!”

“I’m not a model, I want it to be clear,” she told Yahoo Lifestyle. “But maybe I’m a role model for those who have CMN or another kind of differences.”

She preaches self-love regardless of what others might say or the bullying she's experienced.

"The key is to love yourself no matter how different you are from the standards of 'normal'. It's all about accepting yourself. Nobody says that it's easy," she wrote in a caption. "But I learned from my life experience, that the way you see yourself and your worth is how you teach others to treat and see you."

That's a message we can get behind.