Albinism People suffering from albinism lack melanin pigment all over their body, including hair, eyebrows, eyelashes and even the ribs. The skin of such people appears pinkish because of the presence of underlying blood capillaries.
Albinism’s main signs include
- Changes in skin
- Eye colour
Some albinos can develop the following symptoms after being exposed to the sun, which are,
- Lentigines, large freckle-like spots
- Moles, usually pink due to the reduced quantities of pigment
- The colour of the hair will turn brown, and the colour of the eyes will turn brown or blue.