In the United States, a person’s skin color depends on their skin type.
The darker your skin tone, the more you get sun exposure and have trouble getting the best sun protection.
Darker skin tone is also considered more prone to the effects of sunburn.
But there’s some truth to this: The darker a person is, the darker they tend to be.
In the UK, people of average or darker skin tone tend to have higher levels of melanin and are more likely to have darker eyes.
Darkness can also affect how your body responds to sunlight.
People with darker skin have darker skin and a more intense response to sunlight, according to a study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology.
Dark skin tends to produce more melanin in the skin, which is linked to increased skin cancer risk.
People of average skin tone have lower levels of this pigment.
But darker skin also tends to be more prone as well.
It’s also associated with increased melanoma risk, as melanoma is a type of skin cancer that involves the growth of melanocytes.
People who have darker, darker skin tend to develop melanomas at an earlier age.
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, more than half of all melanomas are found in people of darker skin.
Researchers also found that the more dark a person was, the higher the odds of developing melanoma.
The dark skin tends not to be as well-adapted to sun exposure as the lighter skin does.
According the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, darker people tend to experience higher levels the sunburn and more sun damage.
That’s why it’s so important to keep your skin light.
If your skin is dark and you’re experiencing symptoms of sun burn, your skin may not be reacting well to the sun and you may need to get outside and apply sunscreen.