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Skin discoloration can add years to your visage, even if you have smooth, lineless skin courtesy of at-home skincare and professional intervention such as BOTOX and fillers. With summer in full swing, extra sun exposure can make dark spots worse, despite your most diligent sun protection efforts.
If summer has you seeing spots in the form of freckles, lentigines, melasma or other dark patches, fret not because there are a variety of ways to brighten your overall complexion both at home and in the doctorâ€™s office. Over-the-counter and non-prescription dark spot brighteners may include kojic acid, glycolic acid, retinol, licorice extract, vitamin C, arbutin, mulberry, soy and polyphe
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ZO Skin Health, Inc. cut the (signature shimmering royal blue) ribbon on their new showroom in New York Cityâ€™s posh Soho shopping district with brand enthusiasts, physicians, top â€˜skinfluencersâ€™ and of course, Dr. & Mrs. Zein Obagi on-hand for the celebration. (Mrs. Obagi also has flawless skin, surprise, surprise…).
The festive mood was further elevated as the brand was recently named one of the top 5 skin care brands by dermatologistsÂ by Allure magazine, citing Dr. Obagi’s three decades of prowess in reversing pigmentation and promoting optimal skin health for life.
A natural extension for the doctor-dispensed skin brand now available around
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For almost 20 years,Â celebrity makeup artist Ashunta Sheriff has been beautifying some of the world’s most celebrated women.
While first exploring her passion for makeup, sheÂ realized no woman was one even tone; in fact, many women had multiple tones from redness and broken capillaries to hyperpigmentation, dark circles or discoloration from birth marks. Ashunta began using two shades of foundation to properly even out her clientsâ€™ complexion and give them a lifted, sleek, flawless face. This is how The Perfect Face was born.
In 2014, Ashunta launched an Indiegogo campaign to beÂ able to create and expand herÂ Ashunta Sheriff Beauty (ASB) product line. WorkingÂ in th
By 2050, more than 50 percent of the US population will have skin of color, and dermatologists like Seemal R. Desai, MD, a Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, and the Founder and Medical Director of Innovative Dermatology in Dallas, Texas, are on the front lines when it comes to addressing cosmetic and medical skin issues in these individuals. People with skin of color include African Americans, Asians, Hispanics or Latinos, Native Indians and Pacific Islanders primarily, as well as individuals from these groups who have intermarried. They can have different skin concerns and aesthetic goals and responses to common treatments wh