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Lutazene Review

by Emily Jacob (2019-01-03)

In oculocutaneous albinism Lutazene the pigment is lacking in the eyes, hair and skin. People with oculocutaneous albinism do not have pigment in normal levels for a rather pale Caucasian. In ocular albinism only the eye portion does not have any pigment. People who are having ocular albinism, they have normal skin and hair colour but they are quite lighter than either parent. Most albinism appeared to be white or very pale in human face as the melanin pigments are responsible for brown, black, and yellowish colour in your face, and due to albinism it remains absent.