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For many women, including women with brown skin, our faces tend to show the signs of aging before other parts of our body. After years of making the same facial expressions, coupled with the effects of gravity, lines and folds begin to form. Click here for more information.
Although brown skin ages differently from white skin, in its own way, it does begin to show the passage of time. Wrinkling is not as noticeable in brown skin, but creasing and sagging of the skin in the nasolabial folds and in the marionette’s lines become noticeable. Click here for more information.
We know that, in general, women with brown skin do not age as quickly as women of European descent. Since invasive anti-aging procedures are often not necessary, women with brown skin often rely on topical anti-aging creams, muscle relaxants and filler substances. Click here for more information.
Microdermabrasion may be considered a form of skin polishing where the superficial layer of skin is gently abraded away. Similar to a chemical peel, it is a non-surgical procedure that can be used on any area of the body although the face is the most popular location. Click here for more information.
Laser therapy is used to treat many dermatological conditions from excessive hair growth, blood vessels and tattoos -- to name just a few. Unfortunately, many patients think of lasers as almost magical, but there are limitations to what they can achieve, especially in brown skin. Click here for more information.