Skin Care Is Not One Size Fits All

By Marissa Hicken June 22, 2011
A new survey from Obagi Medical Products found that whether a woman is of African-American, Hispanic, Asian or Middle Eastern descent, she probably faces some ongoing issues with her skin. […]

Does Asian Ethnicity Warrant Different Botox Use?

By NewBeauty Editors February 10, 2011
Those of Asian descent have distinct facial features, such as smaller, wider-set eyes. Botox or Dysport can be injected under the eyes to open them up more, but not necessarily […]

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 […]

A Potent Peel To Treat Discoloration In Dark Skin

By Marci Robin September 26, 2010
Hyperpigmentation is not limited to caucasian skin, but many treatments for it are. This is because of a higher risk of side effects that look worse than the initial problem. […]

Race And The Race Against Time

By NewBeauty Staff September 21, 2010
Melanin, the substance that gives skin its color, plays a big part in how different ethnicities show the signs of aging. With lighter skin, UV rays from the sun can […]

East Asians Are Turning A Blind Eye To Get Tan Skin

By Marci Robin August 31, 2010
Many parts of Asia have a long history of considering fair skin the most desirable kind of complexion. In recent years, however, an increasing number of East Asians are seeking […]

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