CARING FOR SKIN OF DARKER TONES

Due to increased melanin concentrations in the skin, darker skin tones experience different areas of concern compared to people with less melanocytes and it is these cells which make treating Asian and black skin much trickier.

This page is dedicated to exploring the products which will allow treatment for conditions faced by people of mainly darker complexion.

 

 

ACNE

 

Acne is a common cause for spots, affecting around 9 in 10 young people (aged 12-25), especially males. There are many types of Acne including;

Propionibacterium acnes grows well in an anaerobic (low oxygen) environment, most frequently found on the surface of the skin. P. acnes is a commensal skin bacterium which helps the skin by stopping harmful bacteria from getting into the pores. The species populates skin pores and hair follicles and feeds on the sebaceous matter. This is a fatty substance produced in glands to keep the skin waterproof.

 

 

ROSACEA

 

etting into the pores. The species populates skin pores and hair follicles and feeds on sebaceous matter. This is a fatty substance produced in glands to keep the skin waterproof.

 

 

Dark skin care:

 

 

HYPERPIGMENTATION

Uneven darkening of the skin affects many of us with darker skin tones.  There are many causes, including hormones and being in the sun, though the condition is much more 

 

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