The patchy, grayish-brown discoloration that we observe on our face is called melasma. It often affects areas that are open from the sun, such as the forehead, cheeks, nose, and chin, and affects more women than men. It is not frequently serious, but, as with any other skin conditions, it cries out to be treated.
Hair fall and receding hair lines are among the signs of biological process that people fear the most. Men experience it more frequently but it does occur to both men and women. Unlike wrinkles and sagging skin however, unreasonable hair loss cannot be promptly hidden by specialized creams and regular beauty serums.