Well it’s simple if we did not have melanin we all will look like geckos….. It’s the cells in our body that give every organ in our skin its colour. The skin is the biggest organ of the body. Really no jokes….. Our skins main function is protection and of Corse it hold everything inside, so we don’t walk around falling apart, and leaking blood and other fluids.
Well mainly it protects our skins from harm full uv lights.
So when we enter the sun our melanin immediately start to activate and that is why we turn into some sort of colour, the colour depend on the amount of uv light your skin comes into contact with, so 1 either you turn light brown which means your melanin becomes more densely packed for protection, 2 you turn bright red (you now burned your skin and the melanin was not strong enough to protect) 3 you are left with brown patch spots months after your sun tanning session.
Now that’s number 3. Your skin either had a weak spot on the skin, got damaged from over exposer of uv rays or you were on some sort of medication that thinned the skin, like reaction or cortisone. This can also be from doing to many acid peels in a short period of time before you went into the sun. The melanin packed itself so densely that you now have to first build the skin (heal it) and in time your melanin will relax and become lighter in such an area.
Well now we go down the list…..
What treatments is recommended:
So girl this is just a guide line I am here for any assistance, treatments, consultations and I will gladly help you work out the perfect regime and will guide you all the way to your perfect completion.