Melanie Griffith, the iconic actress and beloved figure in Hollywood, has once again found herself at the center of health speculations due to her seemingly discolored appearance when she was seen leaving a Los Angeles skin care salon recently.

Griffith, 65, the esteemed daughter of actress Tippi Hedren and known for her relationships with famous figures like Don Johnson, Antonio Banderas, and Steven Bauer, was seen with apparent blotches on her face and hands as she exited the trendy Melanie Grant skin care spa.

The star of "Working Girl," who has publicly discussed her past experiences with cosmetic procedures and skin treatments, has previously admitted to receiving dermabrasion treatments, which are laser procedures designed to combat skin cancer by removing potentially malignant cells. These treatments, while effective, often result in bruising.

The alarm bells for Griffith's health started ringing a year ago when she was first noticed with conspicuous red patches on her hands. A source at that time commented, "The current state of Melanie's hands has everyone concerned. Despite her claims of seeking medical advice, the situation looks ominous."

Griffith's previous encounters with skin cancer have been publicly documented, raising fears of a potential recurrence. "Body Double" star confessed in 2017 about undergoing a procedure to remove skin cancer cells from her nose, after she was seen sporting a bandage on the same. The following year, she posted on social media about her post-cancer treatment dermabrasion, saying, “Bandaged again after having dermabrasion, the final step to fix the now removed basal cell skin cancer.”

In the past, she has taken the opportunity to advocate for sun safety and regular skin checks. Griffith warned her followers, saying, "If any of you have it, get it fixed! If you lay in the sun, are exposed to lots of sun, be CAREFUL. Use sun screen. Get checked out by your dermatologist." As we wish her well, it's also a reminder of the critical importance of skin health and preventive measures.