skincare

You'll want to add these products to your beauty routine ASAP.

Check out these anti-aging, skin, eye, and hair serums that will restore, replenish, and refresh!

Whether it's haircare, skincare, or makeup, we have vegan options created by Black female entrepreneurs!

From her "must have" products for flying to days when she forgets to take off her makeup, and more, the singer and actress shares her products and routine with us!

Angela Basset is known for her youthful glow. Now she's going to help us all achieve it, too.

Brooklyn Flavors: We’ve bottled some Brooklyn historical neighborhoods and streets with a scent of their own. From the art, to the books, music, to underneath…

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  Dr. Heather Woolery-Lloyd is a board certified dermatologist specializing in the treatment of pigmentation disorders. She completed her undergraduate studies at Georgetown University and…

One of the most essential skincare habits is to take off your makeup as you’re getting ready for bed. But…are the particular face wipes you’re…

You probably already have a favorite face wash and lotion, but scrubs, masks, and acne treatments can be added to your regimen without dropping too many dollars. Believe it or not, you can find worthy products at a drugstore. Freeman Feeling Beautiful Pink Grapefruit Exfoliating Facial Scrub This scrub uses lemon extract and grapefruit extract, […]

Sunscreen is essential (this you’re aware of!), but before you buy it and apply it, learn the latest scoop from Glamour. And if you think black women don’t need sunscreen: think again! How To (And Why You Should) Protect Your Skin From The Sun 1. It’s Not Just About the SPF Level. “Once you go […]

Did you know that Vitamin D is really important for your general health, especially for African Americans, but most people are lacking it in some way. Sunlight is the best way to get Vitamin D, but with people spending less time outdoors than they have in the past, it’s not shocking that people need to […]

Could you be aging your skin without knowing it? Dermatologists explain the biggest mistakes women make, and how to correct them. YOU DON’T PROTECT EVERY INCH Make sure to rub two teaspoon-size blobs of SPF 30 all over your face, neck, hands, and chest—but don’t forget other oft-skipped spots: “In my practice, I’m seeing an […]