As an award-winning skincare formulator, a black woman with a child who has various allergies, I understand that the key to healthy Black Skin is using natural and organic products in your daily regime.
The Black Girls’ Little Book of Beauty highlights the importance of being aware of maintaining flawless looking skin, through the use of products with ingredients that work specifically with the characteristics of black skin. It highlights ingredients and practices to avoid like using hydroquinone to bleach skin and other harmful, banned, toxins which potentially result adverse effects on the skin.
Importantly knowing your skin type and having a good basic skincare routine are paramount, as is understanding products and choosing what is right for your skin type.
We are all physically similar as humans, but when comes to skin, black skin is quite different and has its own characteristics that need to be taken into account. Squeezing a black or white head can result in a keloid (scar) similarly ignoring or not taking care of pimples can result in a blemish that results in uneven skin tone.
The Black Girls’ Little Book of Beauty is the go-to guide. It has skincare regime ideas for all seasons, DIY recipes for quick personalised products for your to try. It also has a detailed sections of the correct food and nutrient sources of a healthy, dewy-looking skin.
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