Tag Archives: Skin of Color

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Jan

Heritage is Important in Skin of Color Dermatology and Cosmetic Treatment

For decades, doctors have faced common challenges when treating skin of color patients for cutaneous diseases and conditions that affect skin health, texture, and tone. One problem is that doctors fail to recognize the role that heritage plays in skin disease.  Skin of Color is not just about people of African descent. Yet, treatment for … Continue reading Heritage is Important in Skin of Color Dermatology and Cosmetic Treatment

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Jan

Rosacea and Acne Treatments in Darker Skin Types

                Rosacea is a skin disorder, primarily of the facial skin, characterized by redness and skin bumps, while acne develops as a result of excessive oil production in the sebaceous glands. Both conditions affect millions worldwide. In the United States, 60 million Americans have active acne and at … Continue reading Rosacea and Acne Treatments in Darker Skin Types

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