Family Member Kisses 3-Year-Old, Then She Breaks Out In Bleeding Blisters

It all began at Sienna Duffield’s second birthday party. Her mother, Savina French-Bell, let a family member kiss her on the face. Soon after, Duffield would break out into blisters that looked like “acid” had been poured on her face.

“It started to look like someone had thrown acid over her face, it spread from her mouth to her cheeks, and above her eyes,” French-Bell told Inside Edition. “People would give us horrible looks, children would stare and adults would make nasty comments.”

For the next eight months, doctors would tirelessly try to figure out what the cause of the bloody skin infection was. Little did they know that the key was in the simple kiss.

“For eight months, no antibiotics were working as the infection kept coming back and her face was being ravaged,” said French-Bell. “I was told she may have allergies to something, so I kept her away from pets and made sure she no longer consumed any dairy products.”

It would be up to Sienna’s mother to solve the mystery of her illness.

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Savina French-Bell was distraught when her 3-year-old daughter, Sienna Duffield, mysteriously began to break out into painful, bloody blisters.

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“Sienna was being eaten alive by her skin infection,” French-Bell told Inside Edition. “It came out of nowhere on her second birthday, when she started developing ulcers in her mouth. She stopped eating and every day for eight months was horrific. There was always blood on her clothes and I was scared to take her outside.”

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The blisters were so severe that they would bleed onto her clothes and bed sheets.  Doctors believed she had eczema or allergies, but prescription antibiotics and eczema creams did not work.

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