This is RARE.


“I don’t remember much of last year. Most times I have felt like a zombie, but my meds bring me back to life.  Sometimes I feel worse in the catatonic state of brain fog, pain, and exhaustion. I have no sight of all that I have lost; all the things that had been slowly and softly falling to the floor like a pin dropping.”

Welcome to the life of someone suffering from Autoimmune Small Fiber Neuropathy (AISNF). This disease affects only 29 people in the world. That’s a very small number, making this disease so RARE. This is why RARE. believes no one should suffer alone behind this or any other rare disease. RARE.’s message and mission is so needed and beyond powerful! As RARE. likes to put it “RARE. did not just happen, it was a process borne from the frustrations of living with a rare and painful disease.”

So What are they all about?

RARE. strives to bring awareness to the faces of rare diseases by wearing and using their beautifully crafted products

Their products also help familiarize the public with the over 7,000 rare diseases that millions of people in the United States suffer from.

RARE.’s clothing line, accessories, and décor promote self-love and happiness.  In addition, they are able to create RARE., one-of-a-kind pieces for any occasion upon request 😁 making every piece special. One attribute we love about them, is they believe everyone is rare in his or her own way, something we agree with 💯. Everyone has differences and this is what makes you rare. Believing that peoples differences is what makes your rare, should be celebrated and shared with the world. To further promote this cause, 15% of the profits from their RARE. Collection and 100% of the Greater Than Project proceeds will be donated to the National Organization of Rare Disorders.  The Greater Than Project expresses strength with a pin that shows that you are greater than anything you face.  

Learn more about RARE. and help support their mission by purchasing something RARE., because “Sometimes all it takes is not feeling alone in the fight to keep going.”

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