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Synonyms for freckle

Synonyms for freckle

a small brownish spot (of the pigment melanin) on the skin

become freckled

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mark with freckles

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Every time I do her makeup, she'd say, 'Can we just make sure my freckles are peeking through?
Bad lifestyle, excessive sun exposure and pollution are some of the main sources of damage to the skin - these can cause uneven and darker skin tone, dark spots, wrinkling, dryness, freckles, and other blemishes.
Many fair-skinned beach goers will be familiar with the dusting of freckles that surface on the skin during the summer months.
The study showed the development of eye freckles was associated with getting older, having more sunburns and having a history of severe sunburns that caused the skin to blister.
Freckles are the new beauty marks; Marilyn Monroe's mole has been dethroned.
For the first time, researchers have proved that gene variants associated with red hair, pale skin and freckles are linked to a higher number of genetic mutations in skin cancers.
AN inherited "ginger gene" associated with red hair, pale skin and freckles is directly linked to the genetic risk of developing skin cancer, new evidence has shown for the first time.
The ad features a woman's face speckled with freckles and the tag line reads: "If you don't like your imperfections, someone else will.
I've had freckles for as long as I can remember--but not the kind that creep out over the summer, sprinkling themselves shyly across your nose and cheeks.
The more moles you have and the more freckles you have, the more skin damage you are likely to have," Cancer Council public health committee chair Craig Sinclair said.
David says: "You're not covering your freckles but blurring the distance between them and your underlying skin tone, so you just look sunkissed and glowy.
Our teacher Mr Longstaff called one, 'Freckles' because before it hatched the egg had brown freckles on it.
C's Val Garlanddabbed on freckles using five different shades of eyeliner, for a convincing sun-kissed effect.