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Each morning when you wake up and every night before you go to sleep, it is inevitable for you to stray from your usual habits of getting ready to go about your business or take it down for the night. If you allot a few extra minutes daily to follow a skincare regimen compatible with your skin, it would not only leave you with beautiful, healthy and fresh skin but it allow you to maintain that youthful glow as you get older.
Whether your skin type is oily, dry, normal or combination, it is of use to follow this simple four-step process….
We know by now that the sun is nothing to be played with. Just because the sun kissed our skin one day, doesn’t mean it won’t burn it the next. So you have to be careful. Make sure you go into the Spring/Summer season with healthy skin.
Even though some of us know we need to use sunscreen we might not be sure about the kind we need. Well, it’s time to do a little research. Luckily the good people over at Hello Beautiful put together a list of things you need to know when you choose your sunscreen. Check it out.
Healthy, younger looking skin is what everyone dreams of and at its healthiest, black skin is nothing other than incredibly radiant. With a beautiful spectrum of hues and tones, it’s no wonder we have many phrases to describe our skin’s resilience and beauty. Ever heard of the phrase, “black don’t crack”?
Luminous, healthy skin is not hard to achieve. I’ve researched and practiced all the steps I’m about to share with you and I’m passionate about educating African-American women about ways to achieve natural beauty through health and wellness. So it’s my pleasure to offer five simple tips for healthy, beautiful black skin.
Black women aren’t exactly busting down the doors of their local dermatologist’s office. But maybe we should. Instead of relying on fruitless skin care practices passed down from generation to generation, try talking to a professional. Your dermatologist may have a solution to that burning question you’ve always had about the largest organ in your body: your skin.