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How to Condition Curly Hair

How to Condition Curly Hair

by @ How to of the Day

Taking care of your curly hair can be a challenge, especially if it gets dry or damaged! Regular conditioning treatments, natural oil remedies, and deep conditioning can help restore your curls to their natural glory and prevent further damage.

What are Stem Cells and Where Do They Come From?

by AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare @ AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare

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Lecture : What are Stem Cells? – Part 2 of 4 – Where Do They Come From? (Below is a transcript of the above video) We now see that there are three sources of stem cells. There are the embryonic stem cells, those stem cells that are part of a developing fetus. There are the Placental stem […]

Five Reasons You Should Be Using Coconut Oil On Natural Hair

by @ Treasured Locks: Latest News

Coconut oil is a product that has taken the hair, beauty, and wellness industries by storm. Even though many women have been using coconut oil over the past few centuries - especially those who reside in tropical climates - its usage and awareness of the benefits seem to have increased massively over the past year or so - which is kind of fantastic and bizarre at the same time. It’s certain a top and popular trend!

Coconut oil is very safe, cost-effective and it's a natural product that actually works! I’ve been a big fan of coconut oil for a really long time. I use it on my natural hair and eyelashes and have seen amazing results! coconut oil enhances the skin and hair, especially afro/natural hair, so if you are not using pure coconut oil - or hair products that contain coconut oil - as part of your hair care regimen, then you need to start now! Plus, it smells delicious.

Here are the top five benefits of using coconut oil on natural hair.

  1. Coconut oil makes natural hair soft.
    As we all know, natural hair is prone to dryness - especially in the cold seasons - and it requires extra care in order to keep it in a healthy condition. Applying coconut oil on a regular basis keeps it soft, smooth and shiny, as well as protecting it from the harshness of winter as it works as a sealant. Best of all, coconut oil is weightless and light so it will not weigh down your hair.
  2. Coconut oil stimulates hair growth.
    Even if it doesn’t seem like it, hair does grow - contrary to popular belief! In fact, all hair types and textures grow at the same rate per month. However, a common issue with Black hair is the lack of hair retention. Coconut oil stimulates hair growth, and because it works to moisturize and seal the hair, it helps with hair retention because it binds to the natural protein structure of the hair and keeps it strong!
  3. Coconut oil moisturizes the scalp.
    If you suffer from dandruff or a dry and flaky scalp, then applying coconut oil is a great way to deal with these issues. Coconut oil smooths, nourishes and moisturizes the scalp to keep it hydrated and to keep it flake-free!
  4. Coconut oil makes natural hair thick and strong.
    As coconut oil helps to stimulate hair growth and keeps hair moisturized, it helps to strengthen the hair as well. Dull, limp and lifeless hair is something that most women want to avoid, so using coconut oil with help to revitalize it and give it the toughness and tenacity it needs. After only a month of using coconut hair, I was surprised to see how my hair got thicker so quickly.
  5. Coconut oil works effectively as a pre-wash and post-wash treatment.

While it’s important to wash your hair often, this can strip it of its natural oils. Applying coconut oil before and/or after you wash your hair will help to maintain its moisture. Plus, if you are prone to shedding hair when you wash it, or when it you comb it afterwards, then applying coconut oil can prevent that and help to retain the hair.

Lastly, coconut oil is a fabulous product, it is a versatile oil and has hundreds of uses for the hair and skin, and although some say it may not work for all hair types, I say it is definitely worth a try and must have product to add to your daily beauty regimen.- article courtesy of Alicia Gadson- www.devoutfashion.com

Review: Cosrx Triple C Lightning Liquid

by CourtneyK @ BlackGirlGoneKbeauty

As someone who has combination skin,that is prone to breakouts and blackheads, dealing with hyperpigmentation has been an ongoing challenge since puberty. In the beginning of the year, I made a challenge to myself to really focus on this part of my skincare routine. I tried a mandelic acid and my skin was not feeling […]

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REPLENISHING

by admin_raje @ Rajeunir Black Caviar

Caviar helps to restore the natural skin balance due to its vitamins and minerals. It absorbs sea mineral salts, calcium, phosphorus and vitamins. These elements provide a natural way to recover the skin’s vitality and to improve its appearance.

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Summer Readiness – Here We Come.

by Metta Murdaya @ JUARA Skincare

Summer is the season for sunshine!  With beaches, dining al fresco, summer fridays (read: buh-bye office walls!), and generally being outdoors, you can easily be more prepared than you realize! You’ve heard repeatedly to never leave the house without sunblock, reapply several times a day (as its effectiveness reduces with light exposure, or just from […]

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Heart Centered Family Medicine

by Lorna Baxter @ Lorna Baxter Skin Care and Body Works Center

Welcome to Heart Centered Family Medicine   I have joined Dr. Andrea Ramsay, M.D. at her practice Heart Centered Family

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CAVIAR SCIENCE

by admin_raje @ Rajeunir Black Caviar

Rajeunir’s caviar products are based on cutting edge formulas containing rich black caviar and scientific advancements that enhance the skin’s health and beauty Caviar is one of the prized ingredients in skincare, based on its essential amino acids, structuring peptides, proteins, essential fatty acids and oligoelements. It has a strong repair and regenerative power, and […]

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28 Black-Owned Skincare Brands To Try This Summer

28 Black-Owned Skincare Brands To Try This Summer


Black Girl with Long Hair

Get your summer skin glowing and smooth with these black-owned skincare brands: Bekura Beauty The sugar scrub is my favorite! Founded in 2011 by Rashida in under the name of its parent company (Bea…

6 Skin Care Benefits Of African Black Soap

6 Skin Care Benefits Of African Black Soap


Positive Health Wellness

We’re always looking for the best skin care products on the market. We need something that cleans, tones, de-oils, and moisturizes at the same time. While you can’t find everything in just the one product, there are some skin care items that will offer as many of the benefits as possible. They will also offerRead More »

VALUABLE CHEMISTRY

by admin_raje @ Rajeunir Black Caviar

Scientific research indicates that caviar has unusually high proportions of vitamins, minerals, lipids and proteins that are highly beneficial for the skin.

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Episode 21 — Thriving #x3E; Surviving: Preventative Health with Dr. Tiffany Lester

Episode 21 — Thriving #x3E; Surviving: Preventative Health with Dr. Tiffany Lester

by Lauren Ash @ Podcasts - Black Girl In Om

n this episode, Black Girl In Om Founder Lauren Ash and Art Director Deun Ivory chat with Dr. Tiffany Lester, their favorite doctor who takes an integrative approach to health. Dr. Lester takes a holistic approach to wellness as she is additionally trained in acupuncture and nutrition. 

This is Just My Favorite Place, Period

by AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare @ AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare

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by Savannah B. at This is just my favorite place, period. The experience from the moment you walk in and walk out is tranquil. They are so professional, and attentive to your needs. I first came here for laser hair removal over a year ago, and I’m back, because there just simply isn’t anyone else […]

Episode 23 — On Being a Healer and On Finding True Wholeness with Dr. Crystal Jones and Tie Simpson (Hippie Heathen)

Episode 23 — On Being a Healer and On Finding True Wholeness with Dr. Crystal Jones and Tie Simpson (Hippie Heathen)

by Lauren Ash @ Podcasts - Black Girl In Om

In this episode, Black Girl In Om Founder Lauren Ash and Art Director Deun Ivory take a deep dive into a conversation on being a healer and finding true wholeness through healing with two Atlanta-based guests and friends: Dr. Crystal Jones and Tie Simpson, yoga and mindfulness instructor.

So Supportive in Helping me Cure my Acne

by AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare @ AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare

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by Lydia R. at AMA Skincare has been a blessing to my life. Dr. Pien and Dr. Milgrom have been so supportive in helping me cure my acne. As a student it’s difficult affording treatments but they have worked with me so much. I had horrible skin before I started going to AMA. They recommend […]

Episode 17— A Chat about Skincare with The Glow Expert: Siraad Dirshe

Episode 17— A Chat about Skincare with The Glow Expert: Siraad Dirshe


Black Girl In Om

In this episode, Black Girl In Om Founder Lauren Ash and Art Director Deun Ivory talk all things skincare with beauty writer and Om contributor Siraad Dirshe. 

De-Stress With Massage

by Lorna Baxter @ Lorna Baxter Skin Care and Body Works Center

De-Stress With Massage With today’s high-stress lifestyles and careers, massage therapy is one form of treatment many people are indulging

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How to Treat Diarrhea in Cockatiels

How to Treat Diarrhea in Cockatiels

by @ How to of the Day

If your cockatiel is sick, it's important to spot the sickness right away. In the case of diarrhea, this can be hard to spot in birds. Their droppings are naturally runny, as they contain both feces and urine together, so gauging when it is unhealthy can be hard. However, by assessing their droppings on a regular basis, looking for other signs of illness, and getting them proper veterinary care, you can quickly and effectively treat diarrhea and its underlying causes in cockatiels.

Too Much Fun In The Sun? Sheet Masks

by CourtneyK @ BlackGirlGoneKbeauty

Living in Georgia, I experience long, hot summers with loads of humidity in the air. Learning how to manage my skin’s needs is extremely important when it’s super hot outside.  Luckily, Leaders Cosmetics made a sheet mask that helps soothe my hot irritated skin! When in Costa Rica, I decided to give the “Leaders Daily […]

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Episode 19 — "I'm Not Lonely, I'm Alone": Music + Self-Care Musings with Singer-Songwriter Jamila Woods

by Lauren Ash @ Podcasts - Black Girl In Om

In this episode, Black Girl In Om Founder Lauren Ash and Art Director Deun Ivory chat with singer-songwriter, poet and Chicago native Jamila Woods. 

Simple and Inexpensive Ideas to Make Mom Feel Extra Special

by Yoshiko Yoshiko @ JUARA Skincare

As the daughter of a mother who has always put the needs of others above her own, I am always in search of gifts that would show the love and appreciation I feel for my mom.  Wellness and self-care are high on my list, but I also know that spending time together is a big […]

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#BlackGirlHealing: “What You Do Now Matters Later”

#BlackGirlHealing: “What You Do Now Matters Later”

by Sandria Washington @ BlackDoctor

BlackDoctor.org is excited for this content partnership with GirlTrek to feature #BlackGirlHealing, an initiative created to document the narratives, struggles and successes

What is a Swedish Massage?

by Lorna Baxter @ Lorna Baxter Skin Care and Body Works Center

What is a Swedish Massage? History When most people think of massage, they think of Swedish massage.  The invention of

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REPAIR

by admin_raje @ Rajeunir Black Caviar

The proteins, lipids and vitamins in caviar have skin repair and conditioning properties. Vitamins A and D, for example, work to repair damaged skin cells while helping the skin retain optimum moisture levels.

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20 Dope Pro-Black Pins and Patches

by Portia @ Black Girl with Long Hair

I went to a predominantly white high school in the 90s, and pins and patches were really popular. Favorite rock bands, peace signs, sayings that I as a black people could never relate to, I…

Episode 25 — Season Two Finale: A Letter to Our Teenage Selves

Episode 25 — Season Two Finale: A Letter to Our Teenage Selves

by Lauren Ash @ Podcasts - Black Girl In Om

In this episode, Black Girl In Om Founder Lauren Ash and Art Director Deun Ivory close season two with vulnerability and reflection. Deeply inspired by Solange Knowles’ letter to her teenage self in Teen Vogue, both women share what they would tell their teenage selves. 

The Black Girl's Guide to Gorgeous, Glowy Skin - theFashionSpot

The Black Girl's Guide to Gorgeous, Glowy Skin - theFashionSpot


theFashionSpot

Go for the glow with these tips for gorgeous, glowy skin.

Black Skin Care Treatments Using Lasers

by Kim Adamof @ Outside Raleigh

Up until recently lasers could not be used on dark skin because the laser would burn the skin. People with dark skin not only include African-Americans, but a number of other ethnicities (Asian and Hispanic) and even deeply suntanned Caucasians. With the development of the YAG lasers using the 1065 nanometer wavelength, laser skin treatments can now be performed on people with dark skin without harm. For the purpose of this article we will concentrate on Black Skin Care. One issue that many African-Americans face is uneven skin tone. The most common cause of this is hyperpigmentation. Hyperpigmentation is caused by the excessive production of melanin in the skin due to sun damage or trauma to the skin. This results… Read the rest

How To Get Into K-Beauty Without Going Broke

by CourtneyK @ BlackGirlGoneKbeauty

I often get questions on how to start a K- beauty routine and how to not spend excess money right off the bat when getting new products. This is important because any routine can sometimes get expensive; especially when you’re testing things out to see what works and what doesn’t it gets stressful. When I […]

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SkinStore

SkinStore


SkinStore

Purchase Jack Black skincare online at SkinStore. All your favorite Jack Black products are now available to buy online at SkinStore with free delivery over $49.

JUARA GUIDE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

by Metta Murdaya @ JUARA Skincare

JUARA POLICIES AND PROCEDURES INTRODUCTION WELCOME to the JUARA™ community! JUARA is the “whole package” with its wellness and holistic beauty solutions and its own unique authentic skincare story. JUARA Skincare is inspired by “Jamu,” the ancient Indonesian tradition of botanical healing tonics, validated by modern science, creating an attractive holistic fusion of East-meets-West in […]

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Mencare Mondays: Skincare Isn’t Just For Women

by CourtneyK @ BlackGirlGoneKbeauty

So let me start of by saying that after speaking with a lot of male friends; many of them do not have a set skincare routine of any kind. They just tend to use whatever cleanser, soap and skip to using lotion as a face moisturizer. While this was not the case for ALL, it […]

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Black Moms Abroad: Paula Mans In Salvador, Brazil

by mater mea @ mater mea - Celebrating Motherhood and Women of Color - mater mea

This mom tells us what it’s like to raise her daughter in a majority-Black country that doesn’t always see it for Black folk.

BLACK TEA AGE-DELAY CREAM

BLACK TEA AGE-DELAY CREAM


Fresh

A face cream with advanced antioxidants that is designed to visibly reduce the appearance of fine lines and firm, smooth, and retexturize the skin.

State Of The Black Hair Care Industry

by @ Treasured Locks: Latest News

Black women outspend other women by a factor of two to six times (depending on which source you believe) when it comes to hair care.  While we represent less than 10% of the population, we spend most of the money spent on hair care in this country.  A black woman will take care of her hair- no matter what the cost. Hair care is deeply embedded in our culture as India.Arie so eloquently described in “I Am Not My Hair”.  This is tremendous spending power that is being spent largely outside of our community.  The vast majority of the money spent by black women on their hair is going to large white-owned corporations, and to Asians who have effectively cornered the market on distribution and retail of black hair care products.  As a black owned company servicing the black community, this is something we are obviously interested in and concerned about.  How did things get this way?  Is there anything we can do about it?  Should we do something about it?  Why should you even care?  In this article, we will address all of these questions.

The first question we will address is "Why should you care?"  If you're getting the products you need at a good price, should you be concerned with who you are buying them from?  This needs to be considered from two perspectives.  First, there is the cost/benefit to you of doing something different than what you are doing today.  Secondly, there is your responsibility, if any, to the community.

We established Treasured Locks in April of 2002 because we simply could not find high quality products for African Americans in our neighborhood or city.   Living in a largely white area, when we went to the local drug stores and grocery stores to find products, we found a huge variety of products for Caucasians, ranging from poor quality to pretty good and some even very good.  But, when it came to African-American beauty products, we found an extremely limited selection and the products that were on the shelves were mostly full of cheap fillers. Even the local beauty supply store sent us to the "Asian beauty supply stores" located in the Black neighborhoods.  When we ventured over to the Asian beauty supply stores, we found not much better quality (if any better) products and a lack of service.  The people behind the counter knew nothing about our hair care needs and concerns. Wanting the best products for our hair and skin, we chose not to settle for the inferior products we were being offered and turned to an alternative source (the Internet) to get a greater selection. Today, after having had our business for a few years, we receive emails from women on a daily basis thanking us for providing them good information on their hair and skin care needs and for providing them with choices of products that are actually good for them.  We also find that even with brands such as Black Opal that are distributed nationally, that many local stores don't carry the entire line or have dropped Black Opal entirely.  Women write to us thanking us for making these products available to them again.  Our customers have found that they can have choices not being offered in their local stores by shopping with us.  They have also found that they can find experts to talk with who share their experiences and can give them advice.  

If you can find the products you need (quality and selection) at your local Asian Beauty Supply store, should  you go out of your way to buy them somewhere else?  How far should you go?  How much more should you pay?  Only you can answer those questions.  A running poll on BOBSA shows that most of the women who answer the poll say they will make at least some effort to buy from black owned companies. But, polls are often skewed simply by who the people are being polled.  The women answering the poll on BOBSA's site are a.) on the Internet and b.) on a website all about trying to improve the situation of Black Suppliers in the beauty industry. We think that skews the results. Our intuition tells us the broader population buys from the source that is the least expensive and most convenient.  And, more than ninety percent of the time that is going to be the Asian Beauty Supply store on the corner or the White-owned grocery or drug store.

We are big believers in capitalism and the American way of life.  We think the free market is a wonderful thing.  It presents us with almost unlimited choices and opportunity as both consumers and as business people.  But, we believe that there are also responsibilities that go along with being a consumer.  Are you spending your dollars wisely?  When you spend your money is your spending in line with your values?  You might not have considered how buying a bottle of shampoo or a relaxer is a moral decision.  But, on some level, it is.  We prefer to patronize businesses that are in our "community", all things being equal.  Community can be geographical (we prefer local merchants over national chains) or along class lines (being entrepreneurs, we like spending with entrepreneurs) or racial lines (we prefer to shop with black owned businesses).  As a company, most of our suppliers are black owned companies.  Personally, we consciously avoid certain corporations even though their prices might be cheaper and they have the same products as others simply because of the way they treat their employees or the community or even their customers. We're not masochistic about it.  Ultimately, we end up doing what is best for us. But, when we're deciding where we're going to spend our hard-earned cash, the supplier's values and position in the community is one of the factors we take into consideration.  

The state of the ethnic hair care market is this.  Currently, the market is about $1.5-2.0 billion/year in the United States.  Black hair care products make up the largest single group of this market.  Given that the Black community is economically disadvantaged, if we could buy from and sell products to ourselves, this would be a great way to help ourselves out of the hole we are in.  We trail in business ownership, income, wealth and in just about every economic category there is.  By sending our hair care dollars out of the community, we are passing up a tremendous opportunity to help ourselves.  What has happened is mostly White-owned companies manufacture the products we buy and Asians distribute and retail the products.   We even have a term for their beauty supply stores- "Asian beauty supply stores".  Even here in mid-America (Cincinnati, OH), Asian beauty supply stores dominate the landscape.  Walk through the black neighborhoods of any city and you're likely to see the same thing.  For the most part, Treasured Locks buys directly from manufacturers.  But, on those occasions where we have had to buy through distributors, our experience has been the great majority of them have been Asian owned and operated.  And, most of our experiences have not been pleasant.  Coincidence?  The Koreans have done a wonderful job of creating their own supply chain and helping each other into the chain while effectively keep African-Americans out.  They do a great job of taking care of their own.  Some have accused the Asians of racism and predatory businesss practices. Some of that may be true.  But, our view is, for the most part, they have been shrewd business people and we have simply handed the market to them. When a large African-American owned ethnic manufacture does manage to spring up it seems that inevitably they end up selling out to large White-owned corporations who see the value of the market that, for the most part, Black people are not stepping up to serve.  In April 2002, we founded Treasured Locks for several reasons, one of which was to be a Black-owned company serving the Black community.  As a small company with limited resources, we cannot go head-to-head with the established corporations who are placing their products on your grocery store or drug store shelves or even with the Asian Beauty Supply stores in the Black neighborhoods.  One of the questions we get on a daily basis is "Can I buy your products locally?".  The answer is "Not yet.".  But, we have found a niche that we think we fill nicely and will expand as our growth allow us to.  Through the Internet, we have found a way to serve our community, to help a few small manufacturers that we represent and, hopefully, to provide a living for our family and to raise productive members of the community (our children).

We find the term "Asian Beauty Supply Store" to be extremely ironic.  And, frankly, annoying.  Do they supply products to the Asian community? No.  The vast majority of their clientele is Black.  Where else do you hear of a store called by a term, not based on what it sells or to whom they sell it, but named for the ownership of the store?  We think this is a sad state of affairs and would like to see this trend reversed, if possible.  If you're interested, there are a couple of videos available that document this in much more detail.  One is the Black Hair Care DVD available for purchase at:  http://blackhairdvd.com/ and for viewing free at You Tube (it's in several installments including periodic updates).  If this link doesn't work, go to YouTube and do a search on Aron Ranen and/or Black Hair Documentary.  Another is also on YouTube.  Some claim this isn't "fair" that Koreans have taken over the market.  But, we're not even going to go there.  The fact is they have, and the question is "What, if anything, are we going to do about it?.  It begins with awareness and education.  We hope that this article will prompt you to think about whether you choose to do anything about it and what you will do.  If Black people vote with our dollars, we can effect a change in this situation.  We are certainly not powerless.  Money talks!

There is an organization called BOBSA (Black Owned Beauty Supply Association) that is attempting to do something about the state of the Black Beauty Supply industry.  We learned of BOBSA through viewing the Black Hair DVD.  The idea sounds promising. But, a review of BOBSA's website didn't instill us with a lot of confidence that the organization has a solid plan for correcting things in the industry. This is not a criticism of BOBSA.  But, we have joined other organizations and paid dues that just seemed to go into a black hole.  So, admittedly, we're a little skeptical.  We plan to keep our eye on BOBSA to see if anything we find worthwhile comes out of  it.  We're hoping it will.

So, what are we asking from you?  First, of all, just to be aware of the state of things and to be conscious about the decisions you make.  We are not suggesting you boycott Asian Beauty Supply Stores or stop buying your favorite L'Oreal or other products.  We're not asking you to break the bank to buy from Black companies.  If you can find your favorite shade of Black Opal lipstick at your corner store for less than you can buy it from us, there's no reason for you to pay more to us.  We are asking that you consider giving Black owned businesses a chance and to consider other factors besides just price when making your purchasing decisions.  Ultimately, if a Black owned business is not providing you with any value, you are not doing anyone any favors by buying from them- because they will not be in business long.  Treasured Locks makes an effort to provide value in several ways- great products, great selection, personalized service, availability anywhere in the country, availability of information and advice, etc.

We hope you find this helpful.  If you'd like permission to reprint this article or post it on your website, please contact us through our website.

Peace,
Treasured Locks

© 2006 Treasured Locks, LLC

International Dermal Institute “Successfully Treating Hyperpigmentation”

by Lorna Baxter @ Lorna Baxter Skin Care and Body Works Center

I attend the International Dermal Institute Postgraduate class “Successfully Treating Hyperpigmentation” today.   The class was in-depth, scientific, comprehensive and organized;

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Episode 16 — Questions for a Yogi #2 with Chelsea Loves Yoga

Episode 16 — Questions for a Yogi #2 with Chelsea Loves Yoga

by Lauren Ash @ Podcasts - Black Girl In Om

In this episode, Black Girl in Om Founder Lauren Ash and Art Director Deun Ivory chat with popular Atlanta based yogi Chelsea Loves Yoga. In this lively conversation, Chelsea shares how she turned to yoga, her passion for working with young women of color, and how she cultivates community through yoga.

Black Skin Care - Lorna Baxter Skin Care and Body Works Center

Black Skin Care - Lorna Baxter Skin Care and Body Works Center


Lorna Baxter Skin Care and Body Works Center

Black Skin Care Every day women come into my center asking me how to get their skin looking as perfect

PCASkin Advanced Peeling Techniques For Complex Skin Conditions

by Lorna Baxter @ Lorna Baxter Skin Care and Body Works Center

Today I attend PCASkin Advanced Peeling Techniques for Complex Skin Conditions, a hands-on seminar providing detailed information to more experienced

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Defining What It Means To Be A Black Stay-At-Home Mom

Defining What It Means To Be A Black Stay-At-Home Mom

by mater mea @ mater mea - Celebrating Motherhood and Women of Color - mater mea

An accidental stay-at-home mom shares what she’s learned on her journey.

JUARA GUIDE RETURN POLICY

by Metta Murdaya @ JUARA Skincare

Return Policy 1 Product Guarantee. If for any reason a Customer, Guide or personal retail customer of a Guide is not entirely satisfied with the product, they may return the product or any unused portion within 30 days after the purchase (less shipping and handling). 2 Return of Products and Sales Aids by Guides. Upon […]

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Black Kids’ Books Reviewed: Riley Can Be Anything

Black Kids’ Books Reviewed: Riley Can Be Anything

by mater mea @ mater mea - Celebrating Motherhood and Women of Color - mater mea

Davina Hamilton's debut rhyming book is a treat—and teaches a valuable lesson.

Does Corporal Punishment Have A Place In The Black Community?

by mater mea @ mater mea - Celebrating Motherhood and Women of Color - mater mea

Spankings, whuppings, beat downs—whatever you call them, this author says it needs to stop.

Episode 15 — Catching Up with Lauren Ash and Deun Ivory

Episode 15 — Catching Up with Lauren Ash and Deun Ivory

by Lauren Ash @ Podcasts - Black Girl In Om

In this episode, the Black Girl In Om podcast officially kicks off Season Two with BGIO Founder and Creative Director Lauren Ash and new BGIO Art Director Deun Ivory sharing what they have been up to lately.

African American babies: Skin care | BabyCenter

African American babies: Skin care | BabyCenter


BabyCenter

African American babies have special skin. We offer tips on how to keep your black baby's skin soft and healthy and treat skin problems such as eczema.

I’ve had Amazing Results for Treating my Acne

by AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare @ AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare

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by Makenna P. at The doctors took their time to discuss the best plan for me and really showed that they cared. The staff was so nice and cheerful and I could tell that they really care about the patients that come in. I’ve had amazing results for treating my acne here and I couldn’t […]

Black Hair Care Industry 2017

by @ Treasured Locks: Latest News

Several years ago I wrote an article about the state of the black hair care industry. At that time, most of the retail locations that served black communities were Asian owned.  Most of the companies that made products for African-Americans were not owned by black Americans, with a couple of notable exceptions.  And, most of the products on the market were not well suited for the needs of ethnic hair care.  Sadly, two recent news stories in our industry highlight the fact that things haven't changed much and reminded us why we started Treasured Locks in 2002.  

We got our start, 15 years ago, when we discovered a company out of New York called SheaMoisture.  SheaMoisture was using this "new" ingredient from Africa, shea butter. At that time, most people hadn't heard of shea butter even though it had been used in Africa for generations. We started on line selling SheaMoisture and Nubian Heritage products in the days when few small retailers had on-line operations. We loved the SheaMoisture products and remember the original packaging of Nubian Heritage when they had "100% Black Owned and Proud Of It" prominently displayed on the package.  We had several conversations with Rich Dennis, one of the founders of Nubian Heritage, back in the day.  We have stuck with Nubian Heritage and SheaMoisture over better and worse years for both of our companies.  We have seen as they have morphed their packaging to suit a wider audience, brought in outside investors, and removed "100% Black Owned" from their packaging.  Things change, companies grow, companies come, and companies go.  In the last couple of weeks there was a big kerfuffle as SheaMoisture launched an ad campaign that many felt disrespected their base by featuring white women in the ad and kicking off with a black woman talking about hating her hair.  We've seen a few companies makes these steps and how their customer base reacts to their changing product linse and marketing strategies.

Then, after that, there was a story about a CEO of a black hair care company who will no longer do business with a certain Asian beauty supply store.  Good for him!  We remember the days of going to the "Asian beauty supply store" to get products. We didn't refer to them as "Asian beauty supply" because they sold products to Asians, but because the neighborhood stores were exclusively, or nearly exclusively, owned by Asians. The products were usually full of cheap filler ingredients. The people working in the stores didn't know about our hair care needs.  Even worse, they didn't care. And, we never felt quite comfortable or welcome in most of these stores.  The story that ran about the way this particular store was treating its African-American customers was a reminder of the days when we had to endure that just to get the products we needed for the girls.

Treasured Locks has gone through our ups and downs in the last fifteen years. We've faced challenges from suppliers, increased competition, the sudden passing of our daughter Shayna, and having to find new ways to reach customers in an increasingly crowded space.  It hasn't been easy, but we are still standing.    We have not gotten a distribution deal like many of our former online competitors. You won't find our products at Target or Walmart. We still sell from our home, direct to our customers, over the internet.  We are still 100% black owned (and proud of it).  From those early days, we have grown into a company that not only represents others products, we have developed our own, high quality line of products. We are grateful for those customers who have stuck with us, who have spread the word about us, and who continue to support small black owned businesses trying to serve our community.  Thank you!

Back-To-School Skincare With Dermalogica Clear Start

by Lorna Baxter @ Lorna Baxter Skin Care and Body Works Center

Back-To-School Skincare with Dermalogica Clear Start Summer is coming to an end and before we know it school is in

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Sweet Black Tea & Rice Moisturizer - JUARA Skincare

Sweet Black Tea & Rice Moisturizer - JUARA Skincare


JUARA Skincare

Kombucha. Antioxidant-rich moisturizer boosts hydration and helps reduce the appearance of fine lines/wrinkles for smooth, healthy-looking skin.

What are Stem Cells and Why are They Important?

by AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare @ AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare

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Lecture : What are Stem Cells? – Part 1 of 4 – Why Are They so Important? (Below is a transcript of the above video) Hello everyone, I am Asher Milgrom, the CEO and Chief Scientist of AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare. My specialty is biomedical sciences and we specialize here in Integrative Medicine and […]

EP. 014 - Season One Finale: Community Q&As and an Announcement

EP. 014 - Season One Finale: Community Q&As and an Announcement

by Lauren Ash @ Podcasts - Black Girl In Om

In this episode, co-hosts Lauren Ash and Zakkiyyah Najeebah and special guest Deun Ivory take questions from the Black Girl In Om community in the season finale of the BGIO Podcast.

How to Take Care of Black Skin

How to Take Care of Black Skin


LIVESTRONG.COM

The amount of melanin in your skin determines its tone. The more melanin you have, the darker your skin. Palomar Community College explains that the difference in skin tones is a result of human migration and adaptation to tropical and nontropical environments. Black-skinned individuals have greater sun tolerance than those with pale skin and also...

Review: BomiBox Korean Subscription Beauty Box

by CourtneyK @ BlackGirlGoneKbeauty

In the world of beauty, subscription boxes have been an ongoing trend for the past couple of years. In Korean Skincare this has proved to be no exception. I had the opportunity a few months ago to purchase my own Korean Beauty Box with a company by the name of BomiBox. I had come across […]

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How to Get a Professor to Change Your Grade

How to Get a Professor to Change Your Grade

by @ How to of the Day

It’s frustrating to work hard on an assignment and not earn the grade you feel you deserve. Before approaching a professor about changing your grade, you need to carefully review the course syllabus, assignment instructions, and your professor’s comments. If you still feel you deserve a different grade, make an appointment to speak with your professor and be prepared to present evidence supporting your desire for a grade change.

Benefits Of Fruit Peels For Your Skin And Home – Infographic

by Karen Reed @ Positive Health Wellness

Share this Image On Your Site Please include attribution to Positive Health Wellness with this graphic.

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What Causes Stretch Marks & How to Prevent Them

by AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare @ AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare

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  Today we are going to talk about what causes stretch marks and how to prevent them. Nearly 75% of pregnant women experience stretch marks around their stomach in the latter part of their pregnancy. Teenagers often experience stretch marks during the puberty years due to growth spurts. Though stretch marks may fade over time, […]

OUR BRAND

by admin_raje @ Rajeunir Black Caviar

Life is within us and around us, like an immense sea; forever stirring, it affects us and changes us. As we are changed, we crave balance and harmony, in our body and mind. We turn to nature, to the pure and eternal sea. In its depths, which humans are just beginning to learn, treasures are […]

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Home Page - Rajeunir Black Caviar - Luxury Skin Care Collections

Home Page - Rajeunir Black Caviar - Luxury Skin Care Collections


Rajeunir Black Caviar

Rajeunir's Black Caviar Transformation is a symbol of rejuvenation and beauty, leaving the skin glowing and silky, beautiful to the look and touch...

BE A JUARA GUIDE – SIGN UP FORM

by Metta Murdaya @ JUARA Skincare

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SkinCareRx

SkinCareRx


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White Hat Vs Black Hat SEO

by Eric @ Outside Raleigh

If you think your competitor on front pages of search engines are getting all the traffic you are absolutely right! There are various techniques that you can use to get your website among the top ranked websites in search engines. These techniques are collectively called Search Engine Optimization. There are two main categories of SEO techniques: black hat SEO and White Hat SEO. Black Hat SEO Black hat SEO refers to the aggressive strategies used to get top rankings in search engines. Black hat SEO does not obey search engine guidelines. In fact, websites that have been discovered to use black hat tactics are often blocked from search engines altogether. Black hat techniques include keyword stuffing, using invisible text,… Read the rest

Episode 18 — Five Challenges in Creative Entrepreneurship and How to Overcome Them

by Lauren Ash @ Podcasts - Black Girl In Om

In this episode, Black Girl In Om Founder Lauren Ash and Art Director Deun Ivory share five challenges that they have faced in their journeys in becoming creative entrepreneurs and how they have overcome them. From how to stay committed and convicted in your craft to staying present through the lows and highs of working for yourself, Lauren and Deun drop knowledge gained from their own inspiring journeys.This conversation speaks to anyone who is interested in starting their own business, charing their creative work or learning how to stay true to themselves.

How to House a Canary

How to House a Canary

by @ How to of the Day

Canaries are sweet little singers who need big homes to make sure that they get enough exercise. If you’re getting a canary, make sure that their home is a good one by giving them a roomy cage filled with food, perches, and toys. Weekly cleaning and care will ensure that your canary loves their home as much as they love you.

Episode 24 — Mindfulness 101 with Neuroscientist, Artist, and Meditation Guide Nkechi Njaka

Episode 24 — Mindfulness 101 with Neuroscientist, Artist, and Meditation Guide Nkechi Njaka

by Akudo Mez @ Podcasts - Black Girl In Om

In this episode, Black Girl In Om Founder Lauren Ash and Art Director Deun Ivory explore the question what is mindfulness? with neuroscientist, multi-disciplinary artist and integrated lifestylist Nkechi Njaka. Nkechi has spent the majority of her life investigating the relationship between the brain and the body and has always felt the significance of their integration. For several years, Nkechi worked as a neuroscientist as well as a professional modern dancer and choreographer. 

Eggs & Diabetes

Eggs & Diabetes

by Sandria Washington @ BlackDoctor

For many people with diabetes, the most challenging aspect of care is determining what to eat. As a

Formula 103 for Legs & Bikini Line

by @ Treasured Locks: Latest News

Just in time for summer... after a long hiatus, we have Formula 103 for Ladies back in stock.  You asked for it, we got it.

Formula 103 for Legs and Bikini Line is a razorless hair removal cream like nothing else available. Formulated with herbal properties, it is effective, mild and easy-to-use removing hair in the bikini area and the legs and leaving your skin feeling amazingly, smooth and soft.


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JUARA WHOLESALE ORDER FORM

by Metta Murdaya @ JUARA Skincare

Dear JUARA Resellers, We occasionally update the order forms and encourage you to frequently check this page. If you have any questions, please email orders@juaraskincare.com. We always enjoy hearing from you! DOWNLOAD THE LATEST JUARA WHOLESALE ORDER FORM HERE.

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Here's Your Guide to Proper Black Skin Care

Here's Your Guide to Proper Black Skin Care


Face2Face Africa

Here, Face2Face Africa resident beauty expert Renarda Joy offers information on proper skin care based on your skin type.

Review: Son & Park Beauty Water

by CourtneyK @ BlackGirlGoneKbeauty

I came across Son & Park Beauty Water by getting a sample of their product via BomiBox a Korean beauty subscription box. I had heard other beauty junkies saying how much they loved this product so much and imagine my surprise when I finally received a sample of my own to try. Son & Park […]

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JUARA GUIDE TERMS & CONDITIONS OF USE

by Metta Murdaya @ JUARA Skincare

JUARA TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE 1. AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU AND JUARA. These Terms and Conditions of Use (“Terms”) and JUARA’s Privacy Policy (available at (provide link)) form a legally binding agreement between you and JUARA. They govern your access and use of JUARA’s websites, applications, content, products, goods, services, software, technology and other materials, […]

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The ABCDE of Melanoma

by Lorna Baxter @ Lorna Baxter Skin Care and Body Works Center

The ABCDE of Melanoma Melanoma is a malignant tumor that originates in melanocytes, the cells which produce the pigment melanin that

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Best Ground Breaking Medical Derm Specialist

by AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare @ AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare

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by Nica Gan M. at Dr. Pien is a definition of one of the best medical practioner in her specialty. Pathology is the logic of medical field and ive been exposed to many medical practioner in different specialty and subspecialty. Ive seen many cancer cells, neoplastic cells, benign cells, organisms, virus, and more unknown mystery […]

Sun Protection – How to Prevent & Treat Sun Damaged Skin

by AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare @ AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare

The post Sun Protection – How to Prevent & Treat Sun Damaged Skin appeared first on AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare.

Oh how we love the way the sun feels, but oh how we hate what it does… sun damaged skin! Yes, the sun does make flowers bloom and trees grow, but flora was designed for that purpose. Human skin on the other hand, was not designed to withstand the effects of prolonged exposure to the sun, […]

Lorna Baxter, Reiki Second Degree Practitioner

by Lorna Baxter @ Lorna Baxter Skin Care and Body Works Center

Lorna Baxter, Reiki Second Degree Practitioner.  I attended an 8 hours class today and attained the Second Degree in the

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Relay for Life Spaghetti Dinner

by Webmaster @ Outside Raleigh

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE             Contact:  Pam Grimes Phone:  (919)747-7788 Come one, come all!!!  Calling all members of the community in the McGee’s Crossroads area to come out and support the 50/210 Fire Department and Ladies Auxiliary Relay for Life team at their spaghetti dinner on Thursday, February 27th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  This is a great way to take care of dinner without having to cook.  The dinner will be held at the 50/210 Fire Department located at 50 Greenleaf Dr. Angier, NC  27501 in the McGee’s Crossroads area. Click The Image to see Flier All proceeds from the event will go the Johnston County Relay for Life – 50/210 Fire Department team.  Plates will be $7.00 and… Read the rest

How to Get Beautiful African American Skin

How to Get Beautiful African American Skin


wikiHow

The best way to achieve gorgeous African American skin is to take care of your skin the best you can. That means protecting it from the sun and practicing healthy habits. It also means paying attention to hydration and being gentle with...

My Top Three Favorite Sheet Mask Brands

by CourtneyK @ BlackGirlGoneKbeauty

As most of you know by now, I love sheet masks. They serve an important part of my skin care routine and I use them 3-4 times a week. A question I get often is what are some of my favorite sheet masks.  While I haven’t tried every mask that exists, I decided to share […]

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Black Can Crack: Esthetician Seven Brown On Raising The Bar For Clinical Skin Care

Black Can Crack: Esthetician Seven Brown On Raising The Bar For Clinical Skin Care


mater mea

The beauty entrepreneur and founder of Harlem Skin Clinic tells us how she built her skin care company from the ground up.

Get Ready for BGIO Season 2

Get Ready for BGIO Season 2

by Lauren Ash @ Podcasts - Black Girl In Om

The Black Girl In Om podcast returns with Season Two featuring new BGIO Art Director Deun Ivory and BGIO Founder and Creative Director Lauren Ash as your co-hosts! This season, expect conversations about mental health, skincare, current issues, music, and, of course, yoga. An amazing line-up of guests join Lauren and Deun this season, including some of today's leading ladies in the wellness and beauty industries. Take a deep breath, open your heart, and get ready for necessary conversations about holistic wellness, self-care, and inner beauty and women of color!


Subscribe to the Black Girl In Om podcast via iTunes and Google Play!

Traveling With My K-Beauty Routine

by CourtneyK @ BlackGirlGoneKbeauty

Having a 10 step skincare routine can sometimes be a lot of work especially when traveling.  I get this question often about how do I personally fit my entire routine if I am traveling overnight, or even for a few days.  Here are a few tips I have learned to help you on your trips. […]

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Expert Q and A: People of Color Face Unique Skin Problems

Expert Q and A: People of Color Face Unique Skin Problems


WebMD

People with skin of color will comprise approximately half of the U.S. population by 2050, according to projections from the U.S. Census Bureau.

5 Tips To Care For Black Skin With Acne

5 Tips To Care For Black Skin With Acne


BlackDoctor

  When we get acne on our beautiful skin, we have to be careful about how we treat it. This can be difficult as so many skin care tips are not geared toward ethnic skin. “Most skin care is onl…

Sleeping Beauty: The Do’s and Don’ts of Skin Saving Slumber

by Metta Murdaya @ JUARA Skincare

  Sleeping Beauty… You may think that you have heard it all before, how important “beauty sleep” is and about getting seven to eight hours of per night blah blah blah. Maybe your schedule doesn’t allow you a super long night’s rest or you’re a night owl or early bird. Many of us just can’t […]

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What is Hyaluronic Acid and how does it benefit the skin

by Lorna Baxter @ Lorna Baxter Skin Care and Body Works Center

 What is hyaluronic acid? Hyaluronic Acid (HA or hyaluronan or hyaluronate) is a substance that attaches to collagen and elastin

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How to Care for a Pug

How to Care for a Pug

by @ How to of the Day

Pugs are a friendly and goofy dog breed that love attention almost as much as people love their folded-up faces. Those folds need special care, though, to keep your pug happy and healthy. Create a consistent routine of meals, play time, and quiet time for your pug, and make sure you provide them with regular fold cleanings, ear cleanings, nail trims, and baths. It can take a little extra work, but with some attention you can care for all of your pug’s unique needs.

Naturals Relaxing and Texlaxing Their Edges is a Thing I Just Found Out About

by Portia @ Black Girl with Long Hair

Sleek edges and baby hair will probably never go out of style, and why should they? It’s a part of black culture and sometimes a laid hairline completes a look. The majority of us have probably tried…

Episode 12 — Creating from an Authentic Place: Live Podcast with Deun Ivory

Episode 12 — Creating from an Authentic Place: Live Podcast with Deun Ivory

by Lauren Ash @ Podcasts - Black Girl In Om

In this episode, Black Girl in Om goes live for the first time at the first annual Chicago Podcast Festival! Co-hosts Lauren Ash and Zakkiyyah Najeebah have an illuminating discussion inspired by BGIO's Visual Content Director and special guest Deun Ivory.

Episode 22 — Embrace your Narrative, Take Ownership & Remain Patient: A Talk with Lindsey Day of CRWN Mag

Episode 22 — Embrace your Narrative, Take Ownership & Remain Patient: A Talk with Lindsey Day of CRWN Mag

by Lauren Ash @ Podcasts - Black Girl In Om

In this episode, Black Girl In Om Founder Lauren Ash and Art Director Deun Ivory have a heart-to-heart with their friend Lindsey Day, co-founder of CRWN Magazine.

Black Skin Care

by Lorna Baxter @ Lorna Baxter Skin Care and Body Works Center

Black Skin Care Every day women come into my center asking me how to get their skin looking as perfect

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Top Treatments & Myths to Get Rid of Stretch Marks

by AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare @ AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare

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WHAT ARE STRETCH MARKS & WHAT CAUSES THEM? Stretch marks, referred to as striae in the medical field, occur most frequently after sudden weight gain or loss. One of the most common causes of stretch marks is pregnancy. Pregnancy causes a major change in hormones that change how the body is able to make collagen as well […]

YOUR OPPORTUNITY: BE A BRAND AMBASSADOR

by Metta Murdaya @ JUARA Skincare

   WELCOME! BE A BRAND AMBASSADOR & JUARA GUIDE   JOIN THE MOVEMENT TO UNLOCK THE SECRETS OF JAMU TO HELP IMPROVE OUR DAILY LIVES. JUARA Skincare offers an opportunity for anybody seeking the best in life for themselves and others, where individuals are empowered to nurture themselves as well as their communities, where the […]

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Episode 17— A Chat about Skincare with The Glow Expert: Siraad Dirshe

Episode 17— A Chat about Skincare with The Glow Expert: Siraad Dirshe

by Lauren Ash @ Podcasts - Black Girl In Om

In this episode, Black Girl In Om Founder Lauren Ash and Art Director Deun Ivory talk all things skincare with beauty writer and Om contributor Siraad Dirshe. 

Skin Care & Fitness

by CourtneyK @ BlackGirlGoneKbeauty

 So many people talk about having a morning routine and a nighttime skincare routine; but some people forget an also important step, working out and skincare. Recently I started back getting into my fitness goals, so I felt it was necessary to share with you all how I keep my skin together during these times. […]

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Four Nude Lipstick Collections Made For Black Women By Black Women

by Elle @ Black Girl with Long Hair

Nude lipsticks are one the most popular types of shades in the beauty world due to their versatility and how easy they are to wear. However, many brands make nude lipsticks that are only “nude”…

Ingredient Spotlight: Candlenut

by Metta Murdaya @ JUARA Skincare

Oh the Candlenut. Also known as Kemiri in Indonesian, Kukui in Hawaii, and a staple in food, beauty, and health treatments. Also known affectionately as “the poor man’s macadamia nut” in Indonesia, we love this ingredient for not only its variety of uses but the benefits it has! Here are some popular uses in Indonesia: Beauty: […]

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Episode 20 —

Episode 20 — "On Getting Clear, Staying True with Hey Fran Hey: Being of Service to your Vision and Others without Sacrificing your SELF"

by Lauren Ash @ Podcasts - Black Girl In Om

Francheska Medina, lovingly known as Hey Fran Hey, has had to learn to find balance, say no, and discern what’s best for her life just like anyone else. In this episode, Lauren Ash and Deun Ivory chat with lifestyle influencer and fellow wellness podcaster Fran about the power of establishing boundaries, recalibrating your energy, and being intentional about how and what you focus your energies on. Fran gets vulnerable in sharing her personal journey of self-healing from a life-threatening health scare and how listening to her body and reassessing her relationship to work and lifestyle choices ultimately led her toward holistic wellness.

Darker Skin

Darker Skin


AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare

Challenges, Truths And Misconceptions Of Darker Skin Do you have “darker” skin? Asian, Hispanic, Pacific Islander, Arabian, Middle Eastern, South Asian or

'Black Don't Crack' Isn't a Skincare Regimen

'Black Don't Crack' Isn't a Skincare Regimen


Racked

Relying on an age-old adage does nothing to appease my troubled skin.

ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY

by admin_raje @ Rajeunir Black Caviar

Caviar is rich in vitamins, such as vitamin A and E, which are antioxidant agents. These active ingredients are responsible for protecting the oils and lipids in cell membranes and cell organelles against oxidation. a-tocopherol, or vitamin E, is the tocopherol type with the greatest biological activity in the body and it is highly important […]

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Cocktail your concealer

by admin_raje @ Rajeunir Black Caviar

like my cover-up to float on the skin and hide imperfections rather than sink in and accentuate them. My latest trick: I first dab my ring finger into an eye balm.

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Mencare Mondays: 4 Steps To Starting Your Skincare Routine

by CourtneyK @ BlackGirlGoneKbeauty

Fellas, I know it may seem like you don’t need a lot for your skincare routine but some of you don’t do anything at all. Trust me, eventually this will catch up to you as our skin texture changes as you age. Here are 4 steps to starting a skincare routine. Doing these consistently twice […]

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Black Skin Care

Black Skin Care


TargetWoman Women Information Portal

Black Skin Care - tips to keep the black skin healthy and attractive. Look at various makeup products for black skin.

Perk up foundation with face oil

by admin_raje @ Rajeunir Black Caviar

Instead of layering on powder before happy hour, press a few drops of face oil over your cheeks to refresh your foundation and create a super natural glow

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Best Remedies for Stretch Marks

by AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare @ AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare

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Many people who experience stretch marks are self conscious of the appearance of their skin. Skincare providers offer several treatments, procedures and remedies for stretch marks to help reduce their appearance. Patients should know that stretch marks do not pose any medical danger, and are considered only a cosmetic issue. Due to their cosmetic nature, […]

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$10.06
Aveeno Positively Radiant Brightening Cleanser For Face, 6.7 Fl. Oz (Pack of 3)
$23.07
Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion
$17.69
Aveeno Positively Radiant Makeup Removing Wipes, 25 Count
$6.49
Aveeno Positively Ageless Anti-Aging Firming Body Lotion, 8 Oz (Pack of 2)
$16.91
Aveeno Active Naturals Positively Radiant 60 Second In-Shower Facial, 5 Oz. (Pack of 3)
$19.17
Aveeno Nourish+ Volumize Lightweight Shampoo, 10.5 Fl. Oz
$10.00
AVEENO Active Naturals Positively Radiant CC Cream Spectrum SPF 30 Fair to Light 2.50 oz
$16.07
Aveeno Active Daily Moisturizing Lotion, Fragrance Free, 20 oz , Pack of 2 Pump Bottles
$23.49
Bundle: Aveeno Baby Daily Moisture Lotion, 18 Ounce + Aveeno Baby Wash & Shampoo, 18 Ounce
$23.11
Aveeno Baby Lavender & Vanilla Calming Comfort Lotion, 8 oz (Pack of 2)
$15.54
Aveeno Absolutely Ageless Facial Care Starter Kit SPF 30 Daily Moisturizer 15ml & Restorative Night Cream
Aveeno Active Naturals Daily Moisturizing Lotion, Twin Pack 20 OZ
$17.98
Aveeno Therapeutic Shave Gel, 7 Ounce (Pack of 3)
$15.99
Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion Tube, 3 Count
$8.11
Aveeno Nourish+ Volumize Lightweight Conditioner, 10.5 Fl. Oz
$5.99
Aveeno Positively Nourishing Whipped Souffle Body Cream, 6 ounces (Pack of 2)
$16.48
Aveeno Nourish+ Moisturize Gentle Hydrating Shampoo, 10.5 Fl. Oz (Pack of 3)
$22.47
Aveeno Active Naturals Daily Moisturizing Lotion, 18-Ounce Pump (Pack of 2)
$20.59
Aveeno Active Naturals Daily Moisturizing Lotion, 20 Ounce Pump
$15.99
Aveeno Active Naturals Skin Relief Body Wash, Fragrance Free, 12 oz (Pack of 2)
$21.55
Aveeno Positively Radiant Brightening Cleanser For Face, 6.7 Fl. oz.
Aveeno Active Naturals Skin Relief Overnight Cream, Fragrance Free, 7.3 Ounce
$12.12
Aveeno Active Naturals Pure Renewal Shampoo and Conditioner Set, 10.5 Fluid Ounce each
$18.99
Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion 1oz pack of 3
$6.12
Aveeno Bar Dry Size 3.5 Ounce Aveeno Moisturizing Bar For Dry Skin (Pack of 3)
$12.99
Aveeno - Active Naturals Positively Smooth Shave Gel with Natural Soy - 7 oz.
$4.39
Aveeno Positively Radiant Intensive Night Cream, 1.7 Ounce
$15.04
Aveeno, Facial Moisturizers Positively Ageless Lifting Firming Eye Cream, 0.5 oz
$16.88
Aveeno Ultra-Calming Nourishing Night Cream, Fragrance Free, 1.7 Ounce
$16.38
Aveeno Moisturizing Bar 3.5 Oz (Pack of 6)
$18.44
Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion For Dry Skin, 18 Fl. oz.
Aveeno Baby Continuous Protection Lotion Sunscreen With Broad Spectrum SPF 55, 4 Oz
$13.84
Aveeno Positively Nourishing Hydrating Body Wash, Fig and Shea Butter, 16 Ounce (Pack of 2)
$16.48
Aveeno Absolutely Ageless Facial Care Starter Kit (Pack of 3)
$23.97
Aveeno Radiant-Looking Skin Gift Pack
$11.99
Aveeno Active Naturals Fragrance-Free Moisturizing Bar, 4 Count
$19.95
Aveeno Ultra-Calming Foaming Cleanser For Sensitive Skin, 6 Fl. oz.
Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Body Yogurt Lotion - Vanilla and Oat - 7 oz
$11.69
Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Body Wash - 12 oz
Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion , 2.5 Ounce (Pack of 3)
$12.91
Aveeno Clear Complexion Foaming Cleanser, 6 Ounce
Aveeno Ultra-Calming Nourishing Night Cream For Sensitive Skin, 1.7 Oz
Aveeno Gentle Conditioning Baby Shampoo, 12 Ounce (Pack of 2)
$15.00
Aveeno Ultra Calming Makeup Removing Wipes, 25 Count (Pack of 2)
$17.42
Aveeno Moisturizing Bar for Dry Skin 3 Oz (Pack of 8)
$23.67
Aveeno Positively Radiant Skin Brightening Daily Scrub, 5 Ounce (Pack of 3)
$7.69
Aveeno Active Naturals Positively Nourishing Moisturize Shampoo & Conditioner Set Wheat Complex and Oat Protein for Damaged Hair 310ml
$19.99
Aveeno Active Naturals Men's Shave Gel, 7 Ounce
$3.99
Aveeno Creamy Moisturizing Oil - 12 oz - 2 pk
$16.85
Aveeno Lightly Scented Baby Wash & Shampoo 8 oz.
$8.49
Aveeno Skin Relief Shower & Bath Oil 10 oz
$19.95
Aveeno Hydrosport Wet Skin Spray Sunscreen With Broad Spectrum SPF 30, Sweat And Water Resistant 5 Oz
$8.99
Aveeno Body Wash - Calming - 16 oz - 2 pk
$21.67
Aveeno Baby Daily Moisture Lotion - Fragrance Free - 8 oz
$5.56
Aveeno Baby Daily Moisture Lotion, Fragrance Free, 8-Ounce Tubes (Pack of 6)
$27.45
Aveeno Anti-Itch Concentrated Lotion, 4-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 3)
$19.77
Aveeno Smart Essentials Daily Detoxifying Scrub, 5 oz
$13.49
Aveeno Positively Radiant Daily Moisturizer With Sunscreen Broad Spectrum Spf 15, 4 oz.
Aveeno Positively Nourishing Hydrating Body Wash, 16 Ounce (Pack of 2)
$21.94
Aveeno Stress Relief Moisturizing Lotion 12 Oz
$11.99
AVEENO Therapeutic Shave Gel 7 oz (Pack of 5)
$25.58
Aveeno Positively Nourishing Calming Lotion - 7 oz.
$5.87
Aveeno Active Naturals Daily Moisturizing Body Yogurt Body Wash, Vanilla and Oats, 18 Fl. Oz (pack of 3)
$25.92
Aveeno Clear Complexion Daily Moisturizer, 4 Oz
$15.68
Aveeno Positively Radiant Skin Brightening Exfoliating Daily Scrub, 5 oz.
$6.59
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