A BURNS victim has bared all in a photoshoot to help inspire other women who are suffering with mental health problems and self-love.

Kizzy Brockall, 32, from Barton, went to the photoshoot in London as part of her new role as an ambassador for support network, Love Disfigure.

The mother-of-four was left with 96 per cent burns when the caravan she was living in went up in flames in July 2013.

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Ms Brockall, who continues to battle with depression, wants to help other women feel good about themselves.

She said: “When I first came out of hospital with the burns, things were hard with the way I looked, but now I believe I am beautiful, and I say that to myself and believe in myself.

"I want to help others and I will try my best to do so. I have come so far from hating the way I am, people calling me horrible things and people moving away from me, but I’m still me and I’m still the same as everyone else.”

Ms Brockall has also done other photoshoots too and has even appeared on ITV’s This Morning last year where she was styled by Gok Wan and did a swimwear catwalk with other women who had inspiring stories to tell.

Since the fire, Ms Brockall has had a tracheostomy to help her to breath and has Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and asthma, but thanks to Love Disfigure she has been able to look past this.

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She said: “I still suffer with depression and anxiety but talking and trying to do things helps. I liked to stay in as much as I could, but I have a lot to do now that I’m with Love Disfigure which keeps me going.

“Now I have so much going for me. I believe in myself more and it’s something I love to do and to help others along the way. Sylvia has brought me out of my shell."

She added: “This photo shoot has just blown me away as it’s something for mental health which I suffered so badly with.”

Love Disfigure is a support group set up by founder, Sylvia Mac, and raises awareness for people with scarring, skin conditions and health conditions that affect their appearance.

Ms Mac, who is also a burns victim, has began to campaign by collaborating with brands and photographers to create images of people with visible or hidden differences.

She said: “I wanted to show that we also suffer severely with our mental health through our body image so it’s not restricted to size, ethnicity etc.

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"By sharing these images online we are able to reach a larger community who feel they don’t fit in.”

One of the photos is being shared on the Healthy London website as part of a blog to hospital staff and council staff.

Burns victim, Carrie Ann MacRitchie, from Oxford, also took part in the shoot.