My lifelong belief is confirmed by the fact that generally a healthy person is pretty and it's not about any canons of beauty or beauty preferences. I mean the attributes of health, like shiny hair or luminous eyes, smooth skin, healthy teeth and aesthetic nails (not only just after leaving beauty salon), being fit and a natural, proportional figure.
I have never been nor am I a beauty, however, that during the process of my nasal polyps healing, I began to look much better than in the latter more advanced stage of the disease. 'Better' or simply healthier! I am still far from my genetic blueprint potential looks, but the effect I achieved is something that I completely did not count on and actually did not even think about for a single moment. When I started my treatment, all I thought was that I just wanted to be able to breathe normally. Who would have payed attention to appearance in such a situation? as I don't mind these extra nice surprises at all.