Anyway this is what I wrote.
Our baby was born with Recessive Dystorphic Epidermolysis Bullosa (RDEB). It’s is an extremely rare genetic skin disease, where collagen 7 is missing in the bottom layer of the skin. The absence of collagen 7 means the skin has no anchoring fibrils which results in blisters and sloughing skin from only the mildest forms of friction. Our daughter’s skin is so fragile that even the slightest miss touch with a finger nail will damage her skin.