BSIP, THOMY KEAT / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY BSIP, THOMY KEAT / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Freckles on a woman's back and arm. Freckles are small areas of pigmented skin that develop after repeated exposure to sunlight. The dark skin pigment involved is called melanin. There are two types of freckles: ephelides and lentigines. The former appear during the sunny months and fade during the winter, whilst the latter are normally slightly darker and remain all year round.
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