That "Skin tight" appearance you've been working to maintain in your skin will definitely be there, as long as you use natural skin care products for your beautiful black skin.
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African Americans have been obsessed with their hair as far as I can remember and in the scheme of things, I've only been on the planet a few years. Notice I didn't give my maturity.
But you've been told things about your hair for years such as how to grow it and what to use on it.
As an African American, when you're looking at this particular procedure, you'll want to make sure it's something that you're going to benefit from. You are a person with melanin, therefore, you do not want someone applying pressure to your skin that's not well versed in working on your...
Color and its role in cosmetics for African American Skin is very exiting and the use of bold vibrant colors brings a whole new approach to image and expression in skin care and make up.
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How does African American skin react to stressful situations?
According to Stretch Dowse, MD, a Victorian Physician of 1887, he makes the statement that "Some physicians suggest that stress may be responsible for 75% of all diseases in the Western world, including skin diseases (e.g....
The Role of Hyaluronic Acid in African American Skin Care
How Hyaluronic Acid Works When Caring For African American Skin
Regardless of the brand of product you choose, if it contains restylane and perlane, these are hyaluronic acid fillers. Hyaluronic acid filers work by attracting...
Black Skin and Cosmetic Surgery
African American skin is a more thicker layer and it is oiler than white skin. With that said, it is prone to scarring and keloids if you get a unfamiliar surgeon to operate on you. Look at what happened to Micheal Jackson! He was unfortunate to get someone...
Like they say, if it isn't broken, why fix it! Here are the 12 products that I swear by.
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Antioxidants are natural substances made up of vitamins and minerals and have an important role in skin aging and face products especially when it comes to African American skin. Antioxidants can fight off "free radicals".
There's that word again "free radicals". What the heck are free...
But what's in a Peptide?
Natural ingredients such as barberry, licorice, arbutin and kojic acid have been proven to lighten pigmented areas. These ingredients are not as strong as a
hydroquinone but strong is not always better, especially for African American