A couple of weeks ago, a couple of people were reporting seeing a purple-ish haze on the faces of their children as they were having a bath.

It turns out that they weren’t the only ones seeing a phenomenon.

A new study from the University of Alberta in Canada has found that a lot of people who are seeing a greenish-yellowish tint in their eyes, cheeks and hair do so because of a combination of the chemical called PM2.5 and the light emitted by the human skin.

It’s possible that it’s a result of an underlying condition that can be triggered by light exposure.

And if that’s the case, the solution is simple: Get out there and get tested for it.

“If you have a green color, and if you have this other chemical that’s not necessarily green, it can trigger a reaction that causes you to be more sensitive to it,” said Dr. Jürgen Hausfritz, the study’s lead author and a clinical professor of radiology at the University Health Network in Toronto.

“It can lead to redness and it can lead you to have more inflammation in your skin.”

A study published in the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Oncology found that about 1 in 50 people with a family history of melanoma who were diagnosed between 2005 and 2011 had a green-colored patch on their skin.

And a 2014 study from a British study found that between 70 and 80 percent of people with melanoma have greenish, reddish or brown patches on their cheeks and chin.

But that doesn’t mean you can’t see a purple color if you do get the purple haze.

“The problem is the people who have the most severe symptoms don’t see the purple tint,” said Professor Hausfenbach.

“And it’s usually a very small, red, pink or purple-colored spot that’s very subtle.”

He also said that if your skin turns brown or red or purple, you’re probably not seeing it because it’s hard to see through the red or green discoloration.

If you think you’re experiencing a green tint, Hausfeldt suggests trying using sunscreen.

It might not be as noticeable as it might seem.

“Sunscreen will just be more effective in curbing this,” he said.

“I would just avoid wearing it in the evening, even if you’re in a high-stress situation, because there are people out there who are actually going to have it.”

So if you see purple tinting, it could be a reaction to sunlight or to a chemical that you’re reacting with.

If the purple discolor is getting to your eyes, you can use your prescription ophthalmic mist to cover them up, and then try a mask.

Or if the discolored skin is on your face, your doctor can use a special treatment cream to remove the discolorations.

And while the treatment for the green-yellow color is very effective, Dr. Hausfrats said it’s best to try a combination treatment to help prevent more serious reactions to it.

You should also avoid any medications that could make your skin more sensitive.

And because there’s no proven antidote to the PM2, it’s not clear whether the blue color on your skin will be the same after you stop using them.

If your children have the blue tint, you should talk to your pediatrician.

But if the parents aren’t able to talk to their doctor, you might want to start getting tests to see if you can tell when your children are having more serious problems, or if the symptoms are more severe than you’re aware of.

And that could be the time to see a dermatologist.