Tinea versicolor

The organism Malassezia is a kind of yeast found on the surface of the skin. It regularly doesn't bring on any medical issues. Actually, a hefty portion of the microbiota (or minute life forms), including yeasts like Malassezia, that live in extensive groups on your skin help shield you from contaminations and different pathogens that can cause mischief or sickness. They live close by your body's cells in cooperative connections, with skin cells and minor creatures supporting and profiting each other. Once in a while, be that as it may, this yeast can become crazy and influence the regular shading or pigmentation of your skin. At the point when this happens, you may create patches of skin that are lighter or darker than the encompassing skin. This condition, which isn't infectious, is known as tinea versicolor, or pityriasis versicolor. The condition happens when a kind of yeast from the Malassezia family causes a contamination or smothers your safe framework.

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