Tuesday, September 23, 2008


All girls are not like Freckles.The freckles make their pretty face become ugly.So,let us know Freckles more.

Very many people know the freckle, but did not know why calls the freckle? Has the relations with the house sparrow? Yes, the name indeed has the relations with the house sparrow.Accurate saying has the relations with house sparrow's egg.Sees the house sparrow egg person to be supposed to know why on the face spot did call the freckle. The accurate spot is: Freckle popular name “freckle”, its origin “face shape if the sesame seed disperses in, if que color of the egg”, therefore is called the freckle.

What are freckles?Freckles are flat, circular spots that typically range in the size of the head of a nail. The spots develop randomly on the skin, especially after repeated exposure to sunlight and particularly in persons of fair complexion. Freckles vary in color -- they may be red, yellow, tan,light-brown,brown, or black -- but they are always darker than the skin around them since they are due to deposits of the dark pigment called melanin.

The word "freckle" comes from the Middle English "freken," which, in turn, came from the Old Norse "freknur," meaning "freckled." (Some speakers of Old English and Old Norse must have had a tendency to developing freckles.)

Children who do not produce enough melanin to protect their skin against harmful rays from the sun develop temporary freckles associated with childhood that usually go away upon puberty, once more melanin is produced.People with the fairest skin often do not produce enough melanin, and so freckles are present after puberty and into adulthood,indicating that individual as a genetic carrier for freckles.

Upon exposure to the sun, freckles will reappear if they have been altered with title="Cream (pharmaceutical)" creams or lasers and not protected from the sun, but do however fade with age in some cases. Freckles are not a skin disorder. People with a predisposition to freckles may be especially susceptible to sunburn and skin cancer, and should therefore take extra care to protect themselves in the sun with a daily sunblock of at least SPF 15.

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