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These Common Hair Products Contain Toxins That Can Seriously Damage the Body

By Julie Ricevuto May 15, 2018
A new study reveals some scary findings. 
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Help for African-American Hair During Workouts

By Anna Jimenez February 14, 2013
There are a thousand and a half reasons why you can’t possibly make it to the gym today, right? Well, let us take a moment to solve one obstacle for […]
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Discoloration Is Determined By Your Skin Tone

By NewBeauty Editors January 25, 2011
Discoloration, also known as hyperpigmentation, can arise from a variety of different aggressors. Lighter skin doesn’t contain very many melanocytes or melanin (which is responsible for giving skin and hair […]
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Eye-Area Aging Occurs Earlier In African Americans

By Marci Robin August 16, 2010
It’s common knowledge among beauty experts that African American skin is more wrinkle-resistant than Caucasian skin. In fact, a Caucasian woman’s forehead is likely to show signs of aging a […]
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Early Signs Of Aging In African-American Skin

By May 13, 2010
All skin colors do not age equally. Darker skin may resist wrinkles 10 to 20 years longer than lighter skin because it is thicker. But even though African-American skin may […]
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Get Gorgeous Curls With Strength And Length

By Marci Robin March 8, 2010
Our first thought upon receiving Miss Jessie’s Super Sweetback Treatment was, what’s sweetback?, naturally. And although we managed to trace the reference back to Melvin Van Peebles’ 1971 pre-blaxploitation pic […]

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