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The Truth About Black skin care products ?

Let's talk about African American skin care in general. African-Americans have special needs for their skin primarily because of their skin tone and it's proness to dryness,discoloration and hyperpigmentation.  Other ethnic specific skin care problems include razorbumps and ashy skin.

Some of traditions in black culture are to use natural products including shea butter and coca butter. These products in their raw form have natural healing abilities however when heated and processed shea butter and cocoa butter loses a lot of be natural healing ability.

So what should a consumer look for when finding the best  black skin care product? The first rule is to know your skin.  Identify your specfic skin care issues do you have dry skin or oily skin rough skin.

For example if you have oily skin avoid products that use mineral oil in their forumlation.
In turn if you have dry skin finds products with key ingredients at a moisture this is key to avoiding dry skin and as well as keeping the face hydrated.

Sun screen should be a part of every African american skin care regime. Sun screen as well as products that help stop discoloration. Also avoid products with a high percentage of alcohal and perxiode that drys black skin out. We also recommend a black skin care product that has sunscreen and it because hyperpigmentation is a  huge problem in the African-American community very few black skin care products address it effectively. These are some basis rules of thumb for black skin care





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