This is not a comprehensive list, but here are some ideas on how to identify pigmentation and how to determine if it is a problem.1.
Neck Pigmentation: Some people may have a slight increase in white pigment on their neck.
This is a common complaint.
It’s usually a sign of a hormonal condition.
Some people can also have pigmentation in the face.2.
Body pigmentation is usually a more serious problem than neck or neck/body pigment.
Sometimes the problem can cause severe skin damage.3.
Skin Pigmentation/Pigmentation-on-the-Body: Some skin pigmentation can cause skin damage and/or damage to the face or body.4.
Face Pigmentation-On-the, Neck, Body: Some facial pigmentation causes problems with the skin around the eyes and the nose.5.
Hair Pigmentation in a Hairline: Sometimes there may be a problem with hair that can cause problems.
Hair color can affect skin tone, but it can also cause problems in the eyes.6.
Body Color-On the Face: Skin color changes to darker shades of red, orange or yellow.7.
Body/Skin Color-on the Neck: Some neck pigmentation may be an indication of a problem related to the neck or shoulder.8.
Skin color-on/on the Chest: Some women who have had an increased risk of cervical cancer have had skin color change from lighter shades of black to darker colors of black, red, brown or tan.9.
Eyes: Some eyeliner may cause eyeliner to have a darker, more intense color.
This can be a sign that the eyeliner is irritating.10.
Nose: Some nose wrinkles can be caused by a hormonal disorder.
Some nose bleeds can be related to an enlarged thyroid gland.11.
Body Hair: Some body hair may be associated with problems related to a hormonal or autoimmune disorder.12.
Skin: Some of the color of the skin may be abnormal.13.
Hair: Hair may be affected by a genetic disorder.14.
Body Fat: Some men with body fat may have red or purple skin.15.
Face Fat: People with red or brown skin may have skin that looks like it is on fire.16.
Nose Fat: A person with red, yellow or brown nose may have facial fat that is redder than normal.17.
Hair Color: Some individuals may have darker hair colors that can be associated to a skin condition.18.
Hair-Color-On/On the Neck/Body: If the hair is red, tan or dark brown, this may be related in some people to a hormone problem.19.
Nose Color-ON/ON the Neck or Body: If you have red, green or brown facial hair, this is a bad sign.20.
Skin Color-In/On Face: Some color changes on the skin can be seen as a sign someone has a hormonal issue.
Skin color can change from dark, light or light to darker or lighter shades.
This color change can be very noticeable on a normal person.
Some people have a skin pigment problem that causes problems.
Some skin issues can lead to problems in their body, especially those that affect the face, neck or body of the person.
This problem can also be associated in some cases with problems in skin condition or hormone problems.
For more information, visit our Skin Color page.
If your child is concerned about their skin color, ask your doctor to check your child’s history.
They can tell you what your child may be doing and whether it is related to any of the problems listed above.
If your child has an increased or increased risk for a hormonal problem or a skin or hair issue, ask them to check with your doctor or pediatrician.
For more information on skin color and skin color-related issues, visit the Skin Color and Skin Problems page.