It is a little-known fact that the veins on your arm are not just there to look pretty, but to perform a vital function. When the veins burst, they release the dark purple pigment known as melanin and your skin tone and color are instantly restored.
Although it’s not often found (or even talked about) when it comes to skin tones and skin colors, melanin is an essential part of human skin and is used to protect your skin from damage due to the sun’s UV rays. But what many people don’t realize is that melanin is also responsible for the color of your veins. The reason your veins are purple is because you have the pigment melanin in them.
You can reduce the amount of melanin in your veins by eating more fruit and vegetables, and drinking more water. However, it takes a lot of melanin to produce melanin pigment. You need around 100-200 grams of pigmentation to have your skin color.
The reason your veins are purple is because you have the pigment melanin in them.
The pigmentation of the skin is determined by how much melanin is in your blood. The amount of melanin in your blood is actually proportional to the size of your blood vessels. Smaller blood vessels tend to have more melanin in them, which is why you have smaller blood vessels than larger ones. Also, the number of blood vessels in your skin is directly proportional to your age.
There is a simple explanation for why your skin color is so much different from the average. There is a small number of people who are born with the pigment melanin in their skin, and these people tend to have larger blood vessels than the average. There are also a number of people who are born with pigmentation that is not melanin. These people have smaller blood vessels in their skin and tend to have more “normal” pigment in their skin.
I think the problem is that we don’t think the same way about how our blood vessels are related to our age. People who are born with melanin in their skin tend to have larger blood vessels than people who are born with pigment without melanin in their skin. There is a tendency to try to think that there is a correlation between blood vessels and age, but there really is no one-to-one correlation.