A woman with a reddish hue of her skin appears to be suffering from a rare and serious condition.

Urticaria pigmentation is caused by the pigment in certain pigments in the skin, such as pigments produced by the liver, the skin’s surface cells, or the mucous membranes of the body.

The condition can lead to red or orange skin, red eyes and even anemia, which is the inability to absorb nutrients or blood.

It is a severe form of skin cancer that can also be deadly.

As many as 70% of people affected with urticarian pigmentation develop the disease.

It affects up to 1 in 6 women, and the disease usually occurs in a young woman, with anemia typically occurring around 20 years of age.

The symptoms of urticarians pigmentosa vary widely, from a skin rash to skin discoloration.

Treatment of the condition depends on how severe the skin discolorations are, but they typically begin in the early stages of the disease, and then progress to a more severe form that includes red eyes, red skin and severe fatigue.

Symptoms of urtsicaria pigmentosis include: rashes or blisters