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Hyperpigmentation is a common skin problem. Here’s what you can do about it. – The Washington Post

Gould’s hyperpigmentation, especially her melasma, is triggered by sun exposure, and unfortunately, she now lives in Florida where, she said, “walking to the mailbox is too much sun.” But even if she avoided the outdoors at all costs, according to Dallas-based cosmetic and procedural dermatologist DiAnne Davis, it might not leave her melasma-free. “It can definitely sneak up on you, through visible light from your lightbulbs, computer screen and cellphone.”

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