What causes my skin color change?

Depends. If you have had a previous burn or sun damage you may get skin color change. Most of the time the melanin in your skin is reacting to what injured it (radiation, sun , fire, etc). If your skin is blue it usually means you are not getting enough oxygen, if it is red you are possibly flush either due to heat or dehydration. Sun damage can also cause loss of color in spots on the limbs.

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Why does my skin color change when I get cold or nervous?

Skin color changes. Because both cold temperature & nervousness cause blood vessels just under the skin to constrict or dilate. Less blood flow causes skin to look more pale. More blood flow causes the skin to redden. Read more...

Does your skin color change if you have hiv/ aids? And if so why?

Not usually. Skin color would not change due to hiv/aids; as any disease progresses, the chronic anemia and wasting can give a pasty white appearance to the skin, but there's no direct influence of the virus on skin pigmentation. Read more...

How come some babies are born with hair and others don't is it in the genes? Can a babies hair, eyes, and skin color change after born?

Newborn babies. Yes, genetics are what determines whether babies have a lot of hair or are close to bald. Most babies are born with a shade of grey colored eyes and will change over the next year or longer. Hair color in the first year and change as well. Babies skin will be lighter or pinker as newborns and also change over time after birth. Read more...