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Causes of skin discoloration include sun overexposure, certain medications, an overload of iron, certain fungal infections, or a history of skin inflammation, according to MedlinePlus. The condition of having dark blotch... More »

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Different types of skin discoloration include flat patches of lighter skin, darker areas or hyperpigmentation and reddened areas on the face, according to Healthline. Lighter skin discoloration often results from aging o... More »

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Inflammation of certain areas, Addison's disease, hemochromatosis, tinea versicolor, pityriasis alba and vitiligo can all cause the skin to turn different colors. These diseases are often the result of different factors,... More »

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Possible causes of patchy skin discoloration include changes in melanin, the chemicals in the skin responsible for color, bacterial or other infections, or changes in the blood vessels, according to MedlinePlus. Generall... More »

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