Skincare for Black SkinTen-in-One Multi-Treatment Skin Care Cream
ONE was created for women and men of all ethnicities, especially African American’s whose skin tones range from deepest purple-black to pale caramel/coco brown because human skin is just that: human skin.
ONE's natural pale yellow color is from its combination of ingredients, not from artificial colorants or dyes. Amber/yellow is the universal pigment hue that invisibly blends into all skin colors worldwide. Other cream colors, from white, pink or beige can create a 'chalky' or ash undertone on black/brown pigmented skins making the wearer appear gray or ashen. This makes the user look ill or sickly. With ONE, that ashy undertone doesn't happen. ONE blends completely into all black skin tones as its satin matte finish blots out all shine to skin, diminishing the appearance of all skin imperfections including oily shine, enlarged pores, surface lines and wrinkles.
Black skincare should be the same as all other skincare. We have been sold a nonsense story in that black skin is somehow more resilient to sun damage and cellular breakdown due to the higher amount of melanin in black skin. That’s just not true. African Americans are just as susceptible to the damaging rays of UVA/UVB as everyone else. In fact, recent studies indicate that black skins may even be more vulnerable than other skin tones. That's why it's so important for African Americans to wear a sunscreen routinely and then apply ONE over it. The AMA suggests that sunscreen be worn on nude skin to be optimal in protection. Black skin should wear a sunscreen first and then apply ONE over it to do two things simultaneously: matte down the oily shine of the sunscreen and then let ONE help keep the skin's integrity (the collagen/elastin fibers) tight and firm. The sun breaks down the collagen/elastin fibers and ONE helps keep them tight. The sunscreen and ONE will keep black skin firm, young and virtually wrinkle free.