These 4 types of skin are present in almost every region in the world.
The family tree column is mentioning the majority in the referring countries or regions.

Adapted from the Fitzpatrick Skin Typing Test:

This information is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

Type 1

Skin Color: Pale or Milky White Freckles Hair Color: Red or Blonde Eye Color: Blue, Green or Hazel Tanning: Always Burns Family Tree: Celtic Ancestry: Irish, Welsh, Scandinavian, Scottish or Breton

Type 2

Skin Color: Very Light Brown; Some Freckles Hair Color: Blonde or Light Brown Eye Color: Blue, Green or Hazel Tanning: Sometimes Tans, but Usually Burns Family Tree: Average Caucasian

Type 3

Skin Color: Light Brown or Olive Hair Color: Light to Dark Brown Eye Color: Hazel or Brown Tanning: Rarely Burns Tans Well Family Tree: Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Asian and Hispanic

Type 4

Skin Color: Brown or Dark Brown Hair Color: Dark Brown or Black Eye Color: Brown Tanning: Rarely Burns, Tans Very Rapidly Family Tree: Asia, Middle Eastern, Black Hispanic, African, African-American & Carribean

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