Dark Skinned Italians?

Answer

Dark skinned Italians are no different than any other Italians, except that their family genetics has created darker skin. Some Italians wish to lighten their skin, which can be done with creams. However, most often, skin is either dark or light, and there's not much that can be done about it.
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