The Fitzpatrick range is a common skin range used for human skin pigmentation. The Fitzpatrick scale is a numerical category schema for human skin color. It identifies the typical response of different sorts of skin to ultraviolet light. There are 6 groups of the Fitzpatrick range. We will discuss Kind 4, 5, and also 6. This is where most African-American individuals fall into.
Type 4, (Modest Brownish)-- Typical Mediterranean skin tone, hardly ever burns, constantly tans well.
Type 5, (Dark Brown)-- Center Eastern skin types, really seldom burns, tans very easily.
Kind 6, (Deeply pigmented dark brown to black)-- Never burns, tans quite possibly.