I am very proud of my skin color and my roots. The term “brown skin” or anything related used in this video, specifically refers to the skin and pigmentation problems surrounding brown skin and darker skin in general – more melanin causes darker spots or patches. This is because cells that normally produce brown pigment evenly across your skin go into overdrive and produce too much melanin. When we break the skin from a cut, burn or a pimple, skin cells produce more melanin for protection, which results in a dark spot or patch. Since the sun hits the face each time we step outside, dark spots get darker and tend to linger for years or even a lifetime.
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