The story of Marta Bustos, the writer who lost her eyes making soap and whom Queen Letizia admires | People | Entertainment

The story of Marta Bustos, the writer who lost her eyes making soap and whom Queen Letizia admires | People | Entertainment
The story of Marta Bustos, the writer who lost her eyes making soap and whom Queen Letizia admires | People | Entertainment

Marta Bustos is a young Spanish woman who has gone through a difficult experience that has completely changed her life. In 2020, an accident involving caustic soda, while she was making soap at her house, left her blind.

However, Marta did not let herself be defeated by adversity and has shown great resilience, ability to adapt and overcome difficulties, in addition to the fact that she decided to share her experience through a book.

‘The loss of my brown eyes’ is the title of her work, which has been very well received by the reading community and even Queen Letizia of Spain has shown admiration for Marta’s work and has asked her for a copy and an autograph during an event. This fact has made Marta’s story known to a wider audience.

Marta Bustos, the writer that Queen Letizia admires

As La Voz de la Salud published, Marta was living in the United States at that time as a migrant, despite being married to an American, so the first weeks after her accident were the most difficult.

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“I couldn’t access health insurance […] I made a video asking whoever wanted to collaborate, and it went viral. We raised a lot of money in a very short time, I received a lot of solidarity and support and I began to pay for the treatment,” he told the outlet.

Initially, the doctors’ diagnosis considered both eyeballs lost, but, against all odds, with a lot of positivity and family support, Marta can say that she recovered vision in one of her eyes, according to Guioteca.

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influencer life

Marta Bustos, who can now be considered one of Queen Letizia’s favorite authors, lives as an influencer due to her story that has made her go viral.

This was pointed out to the magazine Hello!, to which he assured that he went from having 200 followers to more than 200 thousand on his Instagram account and also has a podcast called “Life is blind.” “I have felt so supported by my followers […] This restores your faith,” he said.

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