Skin care is not a one size fits all process. Different factors like gender, age and allergies require varying regimens and ingredients. This is especially true in skin of color where the wrong choice of tools and products can lead to additional and long lasting problems.
I get so many questions on scarring, pigmentation and skin lightening, I decided to collect all related posts under a new Skin of Color Tab. It won’t answer all your questions, but it’s a good place to start. When you need additional information, just email me. If I don’t know the answer, I will find an expert who does.
Acne and Women of Color
Can I Use Shea Butter with Retin A?
Can Women of Color Use Lasers?
Can Women of Color Use Retin A?
Do I Really Need to Use a Suncreen in the Winter?
How Do I Deal with Dark Spots After Acne?
Hydroquinone- How Long Can I Use It?
Retin A- One Dab for the Whole Face?
Skin Brighteners vs Skin Lighteners– What’s the Difference?
Woman’s History Month– Mme. C.J. Walker