Black Skin Care
Black Skin Care
Myth: Those with darker skin needn't be concerned about skin cancer.
Fact: This misconception can be the kiss of death — literally. While ethnic skin provides some built-in "sun block" against the rays that can kill, its natural protection (approximating SPF 10) isn't enough to promise immunity.
phrase - an expression consisting of one or more words forming a grammatical constituent of a sentence has been Cover Girl's calling card, helping to make it the leading cosmetics brand in the nation. But only now is Procter & Gamble, Cover Girl's $29 billion parent company, finally making good on its stance as an innovator.
What are we talking about when we talk about the beauty industry. In a word we talk about our political, economic, social and cultural heritage all bound into one. The reason for this all encompassing role occupied by the beauty industry is historically connected to our enslavement and the struggles we have engaged in to gain greater independence, freedom, and equality in America from our former slave-masters and their children. The struggles to free ourselves from their control over our cultural desires have taken on political, social and economic forms of resistant.
IT'S SAD TO NOTE THAT DECADES after independence, countless innovations and educational advances, African women seem to be exactly where they started many years ago.
This is not in social, political or economic terms, but in terms of the way they view and feel about themselves as black women.