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  1. refers to the natural color, texture, and appearance of the skin, especially that of the face

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  2. A person’s complexion is, however, a biological trait

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  3. The word is derived from the Late Latin complexi, which initially referred in general terms to a combination of things, and later in physiological terms, to the balance of humors

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  4. The four humours were four fluids that were thought to permeate the body and influence its health

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  5. The concept was developed by ancient Greek thinkers around 400 BC and developed further by Galen

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