Chloasmas, also known as melasma or “pregnancy mask”, are dark, brown or grayish spots that appear on the face especially during pregnancy.
They usually appear on the cheeks, forehead, nose and upper lip, and less commonly around the eyes.
The skin darkens to protect itself from sun contact.
Symbolically the sun is associated with the father; the skin is related to contact and the face to our image.
Therefore, it is an attempt to avoid contact with the father, because it can affect our image.
What conflict of contact do I have with my father or the father of my child?
The conflict may refer to excess, defect, non-existent or bad contact.
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