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Sensitive Skin

Which Exfoliants Are Best for Your Skin: Chemical or Physical?

If you’re the type who wants to wash your face the moment you see anything about perfecting your skincare routine, get ready to pull out all your favorite products. Today, we’re talking about exfoliating! Exfoliation is achieved in two ways: by physically scrubbing the surface of your skin or by using a chemical (acid) exfoliant. In this article, we’re addressing your burning questions: What is exfoliation? How do physical and chemical exfoliants differ? Which is...

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How to Survive the Skin Purge

So you just started a new product. You did your research, triple-checked customer reviews, investigated each ingredient and finally settled on THE product you think is going to be the answer to your skin woes. Now, all you have to do is sit back and wait to see the expected results. Right? In an ideal world, yes. But maybe shortly after you introduced the new product to your skincare regimen, you noticed you were breaking...

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Breakouts: What Type of Acne Do You Have?

Let’s talk about pimples. Just like the ex you can’t get rid of, they keep popping up. They’re embarrassing, tend to follow us around and show up uninvited. That being said, breakouts are a normal part of life and we have to learn how to deal with them when they decide to show up. Pimples, otherwise referred to as acne or a breakout, are the pesky bumps that appear due to an increase in sebum,...

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5 Melanin-Rich Skin Challenges to Pay Attention To

Do you have melanin-rich skin? Have you noticed that your skin doesn’t react to certain products the way you think it should? This could be due to the fact that your skin is unique. It’s no secret by now that every skin type and every skincare journey is different. Some of us have never had a breakout in our lives, others have spent countless hours trying to find the right dermatologist and the right cure...

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How Urban Skin Rx is Helping Close the Skincare Gap

  In the Glam Gap clip below, African American professionals from media to dermatology explore how dermatologists and skincare pros often overlook the need for specialized African American skincare. Fortunately, as awareness of the gap in skincare products that serve a diverse range of skin tones spreads, companies like Urban Skin Rx (celebrated in the video) step into the limelight. Check out this episode of BET’s digital original, The Glam Gap or read on to...

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Lifestyle Changes For Keeping Sensitive Skin Healthy

Keeping your skin looking good can’t be solved by just slathering on facial products every evening. A great deal of it entails making lifestyle choices that promote skin health. If you have sensitive skin, this becomes all the more important since small shifts in your lifestyle can easily result in breakouts, dryness, or large pores and this skin condition can happen to anyone at any age. Simple things like not getting enough sleep or eating...

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Why You Need an Ice Roller in Your Life

Happy Saturday, sisters! We’re here with more skin-spiration! (You like what we did there?) Today, we want to talk about ice rollers. Have you experienced an ice roller before? It’s fairly self-explanatory what it is, but we want you to know why you need an ice roller in your life right now.   Maybe you’ve seen ice rollers show up in articles telling you about products that’ll “hack” your life. We’ve read those too. Experiencing an...

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Are My Shampoo or Body Products Causing Acne?

    In our last blog post, we talked about the frustrating experience of dark marks that can result from acne. There’s actually another frustrating experience that happens before that... it’s when you first notice the breakout. Sometimes it feels like it happens on our face at the absolute worst time, like before a big event. Breakouts can happen elsewhere on the body too. Sometimes it looks more like a rash. In these moments, I...

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