The Truth About Freckles

Enjoy seeing your freckles pop up as Summer draws near? If you do, you're not alone. In fact, freckles are so popular these days that some people draw them on with eyeliner or get freckle tattoos to capture that youthful, sun-kissed vibe. That said, like any skin pigmentation, you still need to keep an eye on your freckles as they can sometimes indicate a bigger problem. Additionally, although freckles are more harmless than other marks that can appear on the skin, they signify sun exposure and UV-induced damage. Studies also show that the more freckles someone has, the more likely they may develop skin cancer later in life. In other words, having freckles doesn't necessarily mean long-term bad news for your skin, but you should monitor them regularly and take appropriate steps to protect your skin from the sun

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