RTE article The colour that makes you darker or lighter depends on your melanin.
Your skin is made up of two main components: melanin, a pigment that gives you a colour, and keratin, a sticky protein that is used to make skin cells stretch and contract.
The more melanin in your skin, the darker you are.
The darker your skin the more melanins it contains.
It’s this balance that gives a colour a colour.
But if your skin contains too much melanin it can turn dark, while a little bit of keratin can make your skin appear lighter.
A darker complexion may make you appear thinner and younger.
This can cause people to be perceived as less attractive and to make them feel like less of a human.
This is because you are perceived as being a ‘less human’ person, because your skin looks darker.
In addition, a darker complexion can make you feel more physically frail.
For example, it can make it harder for you to hold your breath and be able to move.
This effect is called hyperhidrosis.
This causes you to be more irritable and have a harder time sleeping.
It can also cause you to feel more tired and irritable.
These problems can make the skin appear darker and make you more likely to develop psoriasis, a skin disease.
However, there are treatments that can help reduce the effects of hyperhidria.
A melanin-rich cream is used on some people to help them control their skin’s darker colour.
There are also many products that are made with ingredients made from keratin that can make skin darker, so that it looks less like dark skin and more like light skin.
It is important to note that this article focuses on darker skin, not lighter skin.
There is a difference between dark skin, which is the skin that has a little more melanina, and lighter skin, a more pigmented skin.
So if you have darker skin but have a little less melanin then you should still be able the benefits of the cream will be the same.
How does it affect the skin?
You can tell if you are dark by the appearance of dark patches on your face or under your eyes.
If you have a light complexion you are more likely than someone with darker skin to have light patches on their skin.
This means you can notice the colour change when it’s dark outside or when you are in the shade.
It could also be due to the amount of melanin you have.
The colour is also affected by the thickness of your pigmentation.
A dark skinned person with a lighter complexion may be more likely for their skin to appear light than someone who has darker skin.
If this is the case then the cream may not be as effective as it should be.
It may not stop psorosis, but it may make it easier to find treatment.
There may also be other side effects to the cream, including: it can cause your skin to look red, dark, and discoloured