GREY PATCHES OF PIGMENT
Melasma, or sometimes called, chloasma or the mask of pregnancy, is a common skin condition which produces light to dark brown or grey patches of pigmentation on the face. The name comes from melas, the Greek word for black. It's common in women, especially when pregnant or people with darker skin-types who live in hot climates.
Melasma becomes more noticeable in summer and then fades in the winter. It's not infectious, or cancerous.
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