Some people have pigmentation disorders that make their skin color change. Your melanin is what gives your skin its natural pigment, but if the cells in your body which produce it become damaged or unhealthy, you will start to see changes in how dark and light your are as well.
Melanin is a pigment found in your skin that gives it its colour. Skin pigmentation disorders affect how much melanin you have, which can make it harder for special cells to produce more of this important substance, leading to patches or even an entire lack of coloring in some cases.Gat A Call Back!
Pigmentation in the skin membranes is due to pigment called melanin. The amount of this pigment varies between different races so that someone with a darker complexion will have more pigmented areas than those who are lighter-skinned. Pigmentation is the result of melanin production in skin cells. The more pigment, or dark colors, a person has may be due to heredity and/or sun exposure that causes pigmented spots on the body like freckles or age spots. Skin sensitivity varies from one individual to another as well; some people can tolerate strong sunlight for hours while others get very burned after only minutes outside.
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