CC Ādi 16.70

sundara śarīra yaiche bhūṣaṇe bhūṣita
eka śveta-kuṣṭhe yaiche karaye vigīta
Word for word: 
sundara — beautiful; śarīra — body; yaiche — as; bhūṣaṇe — with ornaments; bhūṣita — decorated; eka — one; śveta-kuṣṭhe — with a white spot of leprosy; yaiche — as; karaye — is made; vigīta — abominable.
Translation: 
“One’s beautiful body may be decorated with jewels, but one spot of white leprosy makes the entire body abominable.
Purport: 

The great sage Bharata Muni, an authority on poetic metaphor, has given his opinion in this connection as follows.