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Bare Escentuals is launching a seven-product mineral skin-care line developed specifically for Asian skin—and it has more to do with geography than skin-tone: "The texture [of the mineral line] gives a smooth feeling without stickiness and thus is also comfortable for the highly humid climate specific to Asia," said Shiseido, their parent company, in a press release.
The line will debut in Japan this March and will then be released in other Asian countries.
Skin care based on climate conditions makes total sense—Neutrogena named their super-thick hand cream Norwegian Formula for a reason. But outside of their original locale—like say, in the US of A—do different races have different skin-care needs?
The answer is, kind of. In AugustAllure contributing editor Jolene Edgar interviewed dermatologists who considered skin color when giving skin-care advice: The products they liked for black, white, Asian and Southeast Asian patients weren't specially created for any of those groups, but instead focused on the various concerns those women were more likely to have due to their race. Fran Cook-Bolden, director of the Ethnic Skin Specialty Group in New York City, noted that the pigment-creating cells in black skin helped to "protect against skin cancer and premature wrinkling" but that inflammation could cause those cells to be overactive, creating dark marks on the skin.
For this reason, she recommended that black women avoid harsh cleansers and exfoliators and instead opt for gentle products like Aveeno Ultra-Calming Foaming Cleanser and Clinique Even Better Clinical Dark Spot Corrector. Jeannette Graf, assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City, warned that white women were susceptible to early sun damage freckling and wrinklesand also to dry skin.
Interesting stuff, right? Well, there's going to be more where that came from. Luke's and Roosevelt hospitals in New York City told Allurethat in the future, this area of dermatological interest will go even further: "As we learn more about genetic differences, we'll be able to make treatments specific to certain racial or ethnic groups. Stay in the loop with Allure 's premium skin-care coverage, starting now: Check out the December issue's special feature "Face Forward"for the latest scientific developments in anti-aging, sun-protection, and more, currently on newsstands.
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