While dark skin types have higher resistance to sunlight and cutaneous aging than fair skin, pigmentation spots are a major problem. In fact, ageing of dark skins particularly leads to pigmentation irregularities and malanin production is disturbed by all types of inflammations affecting the skin.
Acne is the most common dark skin disorder among adolescents and adults. They tend to have inflammatory acne, the most common type of acne, and a higher chance of keloid scarring.
Melasma or "mask of pregnancy" results from functional problems with cells that produce and contain the malanin pigment. Women with dark skin and people living in areas of intense and prolonged sunlight are more susceptible to developing melasma.
The major symptom of post-inflammatory hyper pigmentation is a darkening of the skin that occurs after it has been injured (cut, scrape, burn, or even lesions).
Small and dark dots that appear often on the cheeks and may resemble moles. There is no risk involved with flesh warts, although many people prefer to have them removed for cosmetic purposes.
Darkened spots on the skin are caused by direct, prolonged exposure to ultra violet (UV) rays.
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