Leukoderma is a loss of skin pigment, especially
in patches, caused by a number of disorders and contact with various
chemicals. Loss of skin pigment causes white spots or patches.
It can be caused by
Diseases present at birth such as tuberous sclerosis, partial
albinism, piebaldism, and Waardenburg syndrome
Immune system issues such as eczema, psoriasis, and some forms of
lupus vitiligo and halo moles
Contact with chemicals to the skin.
Infections such as leprosy, syphilis, and others
Information about the picture of Leukoderma
You will notice in the picture below the white patches of skin. When
this much skin is covered it is usually because of a medical condition
rather than something coming in contact with the skin.