The name of this condition is Hypertrichosis universalis. Its a genetic disease. These three girls from India were from a family of six and only three of them suffer from this condition.
It is one of the rarest conditions in the world, affecting just one in a billion people.
However, in an incredible quirk of fate, three sisters have all been blighted by a condition known as werewolf syndrome – where they are covered from head to foot in thick hair.
Savita, 23, Monisha, 18, and 16-year-old Savitri Sangli, who live in a small village near Pune, central India, inherited the hypertrichosis universalis disorder from their father.
All three struggle to keep the condition under control with cream and hope they one day might eventually be able to pay for specialist laser treatment to rid them of their excessive hair.
Despite the devastating effects of the syndrome, the siblings still dream of a day when they might get married.
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