Category Archive: Skin of Color

Nov 02

Working with Skin of Color

2-collage-of-women

Skin Differences “Black skin is 60 to 70 percent higher in lipid content than white skin and has larger sebaceous glands. A layer of cells in black skin, although thinner, has a higher concentration of cells than in white skin. Because the stratum corneum is therefore denser in black skin, and the oil glands are …

Continue reading »

Oct 27

Skin Needling, Melanocyte Restoration and Scar Relaxation

5-Melanocyte-Restoration-Before-During-and-Post-Procedure-300x142

Scar Relaxation   Susan Church first introduced Scar Relaxation to the world of permanent cosmetics at the inaugural SPCP (Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals) conference in 1991, after she discovered its benefits while working on several burn survivors in concert with Dr. Grossman. As you will see, this is a process that still presents huge …

Continue reading »