Pigmentation

Pigmentation refers to the coloring of the skin and the color of our skin depends on the pigment called melanin. When the cells that produce melanin become damaged or unhealthy, the melanin production is affected as well.

Pigmentation disorders may affect patches of skin or the entire body. When your body produce too much melanin, your skin becomes darker. Too little melanin and your skin become lighter. Find out all you need to know about pigmentation disorders and how they can be treated with our insightful and well-researched articles.

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