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Skin care shouldn’t be colorblind

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February 10, 2020

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melissa koski
February 19, 2020

Most caucasian skin has some pigment but, if you’re a redhead, my daughter and I are auburn and strawberry blond, we have no pigment or very little pigment. When I learned this I stopped trying to tan because I understood why I could never acquire a browned tan. So this also makes us sensitive to certain foods and a lot of lotions, body and face creams and other things as well.

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