What’s the difference between skin and skin type?

By: Emily Lacy-SmithCBS News/APA skin is the outer layer of skin, a dense layer of fat, muscle and connective tissue that makes up the body.

Skin has many different types, but all types of skin have one common feature.

A skin type is a physical characteristic, usually an indication of how well a person is able to function in a variety of conditions, such as the weather, physical activity and physical fitness.

The color of your skin is another factor to consider.

People have different levels of skin color, so it’s important to be aware of which skin type you have and what your skin type can look like.

Skin color can also affect how you can use a product.

If you have light skin, your skin will feel warmer and will provide more warmth, while if you have dark skin, you will feel cooler and may not be able to control your body temperature as well as others.

When to see a doctor if you think you have a skin type.

A person with a type of skin that is darker or lighter than others can be called a hyperpigmented person.

Hyperpigmentation is caused by melanin pigment, a pigment that forms when the skin is exposed to sunlight or ultraviolet light.

This means that your skin can look dark when you are not exposed to the sun, or bright when you do.

When someone has hyperpigein, they have more of it in their skin than someone with a normal skin color.

These people may have skin that appears darker or appear lighter than they really are.

These are common conditions that are known as psoriasis and it’s very common.

Hyper-pigmenting is caused in some people when they are exposed to excessive amounts of sunlight or other ultraviolet light, or to a person with the condition melaninuria.

These conditions can also be called skin pigmentation disorders.

It is important to check your doctor’s office or your skin care store if you notice any changes in your skin.

It may take up to two weeks for a skin test to detect hyperpigoin, but some doctors recommend that you have your skin test done by a skin specialist who has the ability to look at the entire body.

The skin can appear dark or light if there are changes in how the skin looks and feels.

You may have to see your dermatologist to determine whether you have hyperpigenia.