Can Adult Eye Color Change?


For most people, eye color does not change as an adult. The amount of melanin - the pigment that colours the irises - usually remains about the same after eye color finishes developing during infancy. However, in a tiny percentage of people, eye color does change as an adult. This can happen as a gradual change throughout adolescence and adulthood due to genetic predisposition, or more quickly due to eye diseases such as pigmentary glaucoma.
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