A pigmentary or color changes on the skin should be evaluated by a dermatologist. If there is a loss of color, that could signify early vitiligo. Sometimes minor damage to the skin can result in pigment loss. There are a host of other conditions that also result in color loss. You must see a dermatologist to determine the correct diagnosis and treatment.View Thread
Now that Spring is officially upon us, it is important to remember to apply a daily sunscreen of at least SPF 30. Daily application of sunscreen is the number one way to prevent premature signs of aging such as fine lines and wrinkles and will protect you from over exposure to harmful, cancer causing, UV rays.View Thread
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