Bay Area dermatologist says that this whole "freckle phenomenon" has simple explanation.
“Freckles are basically areas of the skin where you have more pigment or melanin deposition from UV radiation,” she toldTime. “The forearms, the wrists and the hands are really common spots to get that exposure. If you think about it, when you’re driving, that side of your wrist and hand are just constantly being exposed to sunlight, even if you’re wearing sleeves.”
I still think it's weird that almost all of us have this same wrist and boob freckle! 💁🏻♀️
So apparently this is a thing? Most women have a freckle on their right wrist and one on the oppose side of the chest (ok fine boob)...and lookie there. Sure enough so do I, but on my left wrist and right chest. Surely this has to do with dominant hands and sun exposure 🤷🏼♀️ pic.twitter.com/nKkBSb0UOR— Lindsey (@darbyspoodle4) May 29, 2019
ladies..... u got a freckle on the middle of ur wrist or is this a myth lmao pic.twitter.com/VpwkkeWKTj— aaryn ✰ (@aarynwhitley) May 22, 2019