Hypopigmented Spots

Hypopigmentation refers to patches of skin that are lighter than your overall skin tone. Your skin's pigmentation, or color, is based on the production of a substance called melanin. If your skin cells don't produce enough melanin, the skin can lighten. These effects can occur in spots or may cover your entire body.

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