2. Yellow Tinge on Your Skin
The liver is responsible for washing away bilirubin in the blood. It cleans the blood and does not let toxins get into your bloodstream. If your liver is unhealthy, then it is very possible that the level of bilirubin in your body is above average. This is what might make your skin or eyes change their normal color and turn yellowish. In order to find out what kind of problem it is, talk to your doctor and take special tests. Only a specialist can tell you whether you are suffering from jaundice, hepatitis or any other health issue. A newborn child’s liver is not strong enough that’s why yellowish tinge on a baby’s skin is not a rare phenomenon.