- a discoloring or being discolored
- a discolored spot or mark
A piece of fabric showing discoloration.
Discoloration is defined as something that has turned a different color.
An example of a discoloration is yellow spots on white fabric.
- a. The act of discoloring.b. The condition of being discolored.
- A discolored spot, smudge, or area; a stain.
- The act of discoloring, or the state of being discolored; alteration of hue or appearance.
- A discolored spot; a stain.
- If you’re suffering from lackluster skin, discoloration and fine lines and wrinkles, an at-home glycolic acid peel, such as the Brazilian Peel, can help take years off of your face and leave skin looking like new.
- If a child's clothing has been wet for a long period of time or the child has been exposed to freezing temperatures, shows skin discoloration, and complains of feeling numb, the child should be seen by a doctor.
- Some of the common problems among premature infants are jaundice (yellow discoloration of the skin and whites of the eyes), apnea (a long pause in breathing), and inability to breast or bottle feed.
- Purpura, a purplish or reddish-brown rash or discoloration of the skin, and petechiae, small round pinpoint hemorrhages, are both caused by the leakage of blood from tiny capillaries under the skin.
- Depending on how resistant your hair is to lifting, you may find you need to maintain your color at home to minimize any discoloration or brassy hues with a purple-based shampoo or brightener.