In the past several years, the beauty world’s attention has turned to multicultural skincare and more specifically, to the importance of a beauty regimen tailored toward individual ethnic skin types. Although we certainly cannot generalize everyone’s skin tone, texture or individual skincare needs based on their cultural heritage, DNA and genetics play a fairly key role in determining the future of our epidermis. As we prepare to step into 2020, all of us can expect to “face” a new decade of aging! Although this might be a terrifying thought, it’s better than the alternative. Before we all kickstart a season of holiday revelry, late nights and too much sugar, be sure to check out these scientifically backed skincare tips for your particular cultural group.
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How to care for your fair skin
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Medium and olive skin
How to care for olive skin
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Tan to ebony skin
Here’s why darker skin tends to stay youthful in appearance
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Regardless of race — think antioxidants
Think inner beauty
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Limit caffeine and alcohol
You are what you eat!
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