I do know he used makeup. Whether he did anything to cause a permanent loss of pigment is another story. But it is accepted that he had vitiligo.<quoted text>Well, if you don't know, then why even bother babbling about it, dopey?
Educating about skin disorders is not babbling. Not everyone treats it, however. Some don't care that they are splotchy all over. In India, they have a conundrum of women losing pigment on their forehead. The women are expected to wear the bindis, yet some become allergic to the glue on them. Then the men don't want to marry them because some "curse" caused them to turn white in a spot. Some are highly superstitious. But not wearing the adhesive bindis for a while or getting tattoo work are really the only ways to address it. They could wear makeup there, but then there are probably the arguments of it being fake and all.