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By Jasmine Campbell Black skin care products, should be of central importance in a black woman’s daily beauty regime. As time progresses, and there are changes in fashion and beauty treatments, led by celebrities, the goal always remains the same: For Black skin care products, to ensure that black women look fabulous, and their skin flawless! The best Black skin care products, bring out the unique magic and power of black skin. The more that black women of all shades, invest in taking care of their skin and indeed looking after themselves, the more they destroy the disgusting attacks in mainstream media, directed at them. An article, in Psychology today, written by a fucking dirty, snivelling little man, named  Satoshi Kanazawa, claiming that black women were less attractive than other women, went viral a few years ago, showing how much hatred and competition black women really have to deal with. (Just look at the sneak attacks in the media that Tennis Goddess, Serena Williams has to deal with!) Yet the same article failed to report how much women of other races, attempt to emulate and outright copy black women! Traditionally, there has not been a culture, of directed and intensive skincare regimes, among black women in the same manner, that white women have. This is partially due to the fact, that black women are aware, even at the subconscious level, that their skin, comparatively looks much better, and looks considerably younger than white women, due to the concentration of melanin, higher quality skin cells, and higher levels of elastin that black women have in their skin. White women, generally have had to focus on ensuring that their skin health, and suppleness, is maintained, by using a plethora of specialised skincare products, because they age prematurely, and generally just  look old. All the time. Black women on the other hand, unfortunately, have had a limited skincare regime, that focussed mainly on cheap moisturising lotions available at neighbourhood beauty stores, due to taking for granted their own youthful looking skin.  Of late, hostile environmental factors and over processed foods, amoung other things, has led to many black women develping adult acne, and an uneven, ashy and even leathery look to their skin. An intensive black skincare regime, has not been the norm, as a narrative among African American women. The use of specialised black skin care products, such as:  *Acne treatments *Night creams *Anti aging creams/ serums *Skin lightening and complexion creams *and mud masques has not been part of the daily beauty regime for many black women, when they absolutely should be. This can be attributed to the fact, that beauty products and black skin care, targeted at black women, have not received the same degree of importance, as for instance black hair products, have done for instance. Black women’s focus and main measure of beauty, unfortunately, has centered almost solely around hair weaves.  That is the fucking raw truth. Culturally, black women, invest in chemical hair treatments and weaves, as a beauty accoutrement, more than any other racial group. Indeed the central focus of black women, seems to be, to force their natural hair texture, to be the same as other race groups, almost as if they don’t value the beauty of their own natural hair texture. Compare this, with other racial groups, like for instance upper middle class white women, or Arab women visiting in Los Angeles, or London….where beauty is more holistic. It becomes a lifestyle, encompassing a pursuit of the idea of beauty, by investing in skincare, exercise, fashion and following the latest trends. That demonstrates a level of true commitment to beauty. This is very general, and there ARE black women, all over the world, that make skincare and beauty a priority. In the same vein, there are a myriad of Caucasian women, an overwhelming amount of them, that do not pursue skincare or invest in it. But in the general lexicon/cultural zeitgeist, among black women, it is not a priority and they are suffering for it.   Yet, if we look at the focus of black women’s conception of a beauty regime: getting eyebrows arched, glued on eyelashes, and acrylic nails, they start off as fashion statements, work their way into the mainstream. White celebrities will of course copy black women’s beauty trends, steal it, get praise for it and then keep silent about its source.         Case in point: Kylie Jenner, her slutty sister’s Kim and Khloe Kardashian, Rita Ora, Iggy Azalea, Miley Cyrus even Taylor Swift….all take a leaf from Black women’s beauty trends, steal them and then deliberately fail to acknowledge the source of their style, and so-called “edgy”attitude. They are lowly, dirty, disease carrying thieves, the lot of them! What social media has done amongst black women, is to turn a large number of them, into pseudo celebrities. The “selfie” now has a global audience, and emulating celebrities from the sphere of film, music, and sports  is something that large numbers of black women do, ranging from the top level black woman to the piece of shit hoodrat. Indeed, Instagram has a symbiotic relationship with black women, in that celebrities and ordinary black women users of Instagram, get inspiration from each other: And life imitates art, and art imitates life. As social media, helps to shape culture and black women are full participant’s, in the use of social media, helps to shape culture and black women, are full participants, in the use of social media, the emphasis, is now, more than ever, on the visual, and looking damn good. Black women, are now showcasing their beauty on social media, and in some cases, especially if their ass is big enough, gaining entry into the entertainment industry! Although their roles are not defined, one becomes incredulous as to what these bitches actually do, just think Amber Rose, Kim “Herpes” Kardashian, and Blac Chyna…….think in depth what do they actually do? What is their real skillset?  (*Silence*) Take Bernice Burgos, a bartender who has used social media, to capitalise on her beauty, to create a brand of her own, appearing in big budget rap videos, and hosting at major events, she has shown true flair. There are a plethora of Bernice Burgos types on Instagram, and they exude beauty that is holistic, perfect, black beauty. You’ll note how flawless her skin is. It is fucking flawless! And she is in her mid 30’s! And now, younger black women, will have to start investing in their skin if they wish to emulate the smooth skin of beauties like Bernice Burgos, Nicki Minaj or Lupita Nyongo. Whilst social media use among black women, has its critics, it can be said that has a purpose in spreading different notions of black beauty that is not dependent of the biased, Eurocentric mainstream media outlets, that pretend that black women’s beauty is practically non-existent, unless it is Beyonce Knowles or Rhianna. So…..the question is, how the fuck do I get smooth flawless skin, like a Rhianna or a Bernice Burgos? How do you make yourself fantastic? How can you get the celebrity look? The answer?: A great skincare regime. The black skin care products that must be used to produce, and maintain flawless black skin, must be comprised of natural ingredients. Black skin of all shades, simply does not react well to chemicals. Plant based skincare, would be best in nourishing black skin. Take for instance Magus Hermes, which is a skincare range that is made solely for black and mixed black skin. (we have to include that term because soooooo many black women love talking about how damn “mixed” they are, so here you go, we cater to you too! The world says you’re black though, just thought i’d throw that in there!) The range includes pure plant ingredients, that are derived from rainforests in Cameroon, Brazil, and Venezuela are synthesised and made into unique formulas, that work with the melanin in black skin, to make the skin glow. The most important thing, in black skincare, should be in making skin smooth and flawless. It’s an element of self respect, to care for and maintain, the most visible representation of who you are: Your skin! No matter how much one acknowledges or denies- It is a fundamental truth. An effective black skincare regime, must utilise powerful mud masques, in order to clear acne and blemishes. Powerful exfoliators, that conditions black skin, will provide a clear complexion. Deep moisturising creams, that locks in hydration, keeps black women looking younger and adds a glow, a shine to black skin, of any complexion. Night creams, as well as creams to brighten, lighten, and even out the skintone, further add to gaining, and maintaining a flawless black skintone. Not an ashy, or blemish and acne filled one, that so many Black women have these days! Black skin care, must be looked at by black women as an expression of self respect . Self love and the culmination of the excellence of black beauty. Blemish, and acne filled skin, cannot simply be covered with MAC makeup for selfies on Instagram. In the same vein, there is simply NO excuse for acne covered skin on a black woman or nasty, ashy dead looking skin anymore. No excuse whatsoever!!! Skincare, has to be a priority for black women, as a symbol of pride, self love and the pursuit of true excellence. That is the new focus, that black women should engage in, as it will demonstrate, that black women are taking control of their image, and the way they are perceived. Looking after, your skins health, and appearance, is an unconscious statement of self love, and pride. Taking an interest in black skin care products, is a representation of black women, taking control of their own vision of beauty. If one looks objectively, and takes off the chains of a Eurocentric, brainwashed mindset……Black women, are extremely beautiful, and are gifted with a variety of rich skintones. It is simple, to understand, that anything that has value or perceived value, must be maintained. It is of utmost importance, for black women to value respect and enhance their skin, by using specifically targeted for black skin products, that use natural ingredients. Magus Hermes, is dedicated to black women, and dedicated to ensuring that they look, like the potential living Goddesses they can and should be. The truth is that, a lot of Black women, lack confidence in themselves, and cover for it , with the attitude of “sass” or being “independent”, and “not needing no man”, which is just a defence mechanism. It is fucking bullshit and everbody sees through it. Nothing more, and its an attitude that people can see through very easily nowadays. It’s the same as when, you have black women who are always proclaiming that they are “mixed”, or have all types of ancestry apart from being black, as if they have something to prove, and as if the Russian, Indian, Polish, Jewish, Alien, Nazi, Korean, Martian or whatever else they say they are mixed with, accept them fully, which they should put to the test one day! In all likelihood, the other races DO NOT accept these black sisters screaming at the top of their lungs like fucking idiots that they are mixed. No one gives a shit about that. Black women are black women, and should be proud of that fact, mixed or not. A beautiful,black woman. Get over it! Respect yourself. If you do not, why in the fuck would anyone in their right mind, respect you? Look after your skin. Worship your skin. Invest in your skin, as that is the badge, your identifying mark. Why not make it better, than everyone else’s? Black skin care products, that use natural ingredients, are the best way to look after your skin, and look like the goddess that you, as a Black woman undeniably are, regardless of what pathetic journalists and jealous, sexually weird bloggers write: Their stinking opinions do not count. Let them all burn in hell !!! And no, We DO NOT FORGIVE THEM!!!!
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Black Skin care Products! The key to looking like a Black Goddess! By Jasmine Campbell Black skin care products, should be of central importance in a black woman’s daily beauty regime. As time progresses, and there are changes in fashion and beauty treatments, led by celebrities, the goal always remains the same: For Black skin care products, to ensure that black women look fabulous, and their skin flawless! The best Black skin care products, bring out the unique magic and power of black skin. The more that black women of all shades, invest in taking care of their skin and indeed looking after themselves, the more they destroy the disgusting attacks in mainstream media, directed at them. An article, in Psychology today, written by a fucking dirty, snivelling little man, named  Satoshi Kanazawa, claiming that black women were less attractive than other women, went viral a few years ago, showing how much hatred and competition black women really have to deal with. (Just look at the sneak attacks in the media that Tennis Goddess, Serena Williams has to deal with!) Yet the same article failed to report how much women of other races, attempt to emulate and outright copy black women! Traditionally, there has not been a culture, of directed and intensive skincare regimes, among black women in the same manner, that white women have. This is partially due to the fact, that black women are aware, even at the subconscious level, that their skin, comparatively looks much better, and looks considerably younger than white women, due to the concentration of melanin, higher quality skin cells, and higher levels of elastin that black women have in their skin. White women, generally have had to focus on ensuring that their skin health, and suppleness, is maintained, by using a plethora of specialised skincare products, because they age prematurely, and generally, just  look old. All the time. Black women on the other hand, unfortunately, have had a limited skincare regime, that focussed mainly on cheap moisturising lotions available at neighbourhood beauty stores, due to taking for granted their own youthful looking skin.  Of late, hostile environmental factors and over processed foods, amoung other things, has led to many black women develping adult acne, and an uneven, ashy and even leathery look to their skin. An intensive black skincare regime, has not been the norm, as a narrative among African American women. The use of specialised black skin care products, such as:  *Acne treatments *Night creams *Anti aging creams/ serums *Skin lightening and complexion creams *and mud masques has not been part of the daily beauty regime for many black women, when they absolutely should be. This can be attributed to the fact, that beauty products and black skin care, targeted at black women, have not received the same degree of importance, as for instance black hair products, have done for instance. Black women’s focus and main measure of beauty, unfortunately,has centered almost solely around hair weaves.  That is the fucking raw truth. Culturally, black women, invest in chemical hair treatments and weaves, as a beauty accoutrement, more than any other racial group. Indeed the central focus of black women, seems to be, to force their natural hair texture, to be the same as other race groups, almost as if they don’t value the beauty of their own natural hair texture. Compare this, with other racial groups, like for instance upper middle class white women, or Arab women visiting in Los Angeles, or London…. where beauty is more holistic. It becomes a lifestyle, encompassing a pursuit of the idea of beauty, by investing in skincare, exercise, fashion and following the latest trends. That demonstrates a level of true commitment to beauty. This is very general, and there ARE black women, all over the world, that make skincare and beauty a priority. In the same vein, there are a myriad of Caucasian women, an overwhelming amount of them, that do not pursue skincare or invest in it. But in the general lexicon/cultural zeitgeist, among black women, it is not a priority and they are suffering for it.   Yet, if we look at the focus of black women’s conception of a beauty regime: getting eyebrows arched, glued on eyelashes, and acrylic nails, they start off as fashion statements, work their way into the mainstream. White celebrities will of course copy black women’s beauty trends, steal it, get praise for it and then keep silent about its source.       Case in point: Kylie Jenner, her slutty sister’s Kim and Khloe Kardashian, Rita Ora, Iggy Azalea, Miley Cyrus even Taylor Swift….all take a leaf from Black women’s beauty trends, steal them and then deliberately fail to acknowledge the source of their style and so-called “edgy”attitude. They are lowly, dirty, disease carrying thieves, the lot of them! What social media has done amongst black women, is to turn a large number of them, into pseudo celebrities. The “selfie” now has a global audience, and emulating celebrities from the sphere of film, music, and sports is something that large numbers of black women do, ranging from the top level black woman to the piece of shit hoodrat. Indeed, Instagram has a symbiotic relationship with black women, in that celebrities and ordinary black women users of Instagram, get inspiration from each other: And life imitates art, and art imitates life. As social media, helps to shape culture and black women are full participant’s, in the use of social media, helps to shape culture and black women, are full participants, in the use of social media, the emphasis, is now, more than ever, on the visual, and looking damn good. Black women, are now showcasing their beauty on social media, and in some cases, especially if their ass is big enough, gaining entry into the entertainment industry! Although their roles are not defined, one becomes incredulous as to what these bitches actually do, just think Amber Rose, Kim “Herpes” Kardashian, and Blac Chyna…….think in depth what do they actually do? What is their real skillset?  (*Silence*) Take Bernice Burgos, a bartender who has used social media, to capitalise on her beauty, to create a brand of her own, appearing in big budget rap videos, and hosting at major events, she has shown true flair. There are a plethora of Bernice Burgos types on Instagram, and they exude beauty that is holistic, perfect, black beauty. You’ll note how flawless her skin is. It is fucking flawless! And she is in her mid 30’s! And now, younger black women, will have to start investing in their skin if they wish to emulate the smooth skin of beauties like Bernice Burgos, Nicki Minaj or Lupita Nyongo. Whilst social media use among black women, has its critics, it can be said that has a purpose in spreading different notions of black beauty that is not dependent of the biased, Eurocentric mainstream media outlets, that pretend that black women’s beauty is practically non-existent, unless it is Beyonce Knowles or Rhianna. So…..the question is, how the fuck do I get smooth flawless skin, like a Rhianna or a Bernice Burgos? How do you make yourself fantastic? How can you get the celebrity look? The answer?: A great skincare regime. The black skin care products that must be used to produce, and maintain flawless black skin, must be comprised of natural ingredients. Black skin of all shades, simply does not react well to chemicals. Plant based skincare, would be best in nourishing black skin. Take for instance Magus Hermes, which is a skincare range that is made solely for black and mixed black skin. (we have to include that term because soooooo many black women love talking about how damn “mixed” they are, so here you go, we cater to you too! The world says you’re black though, just thought i’d throw that in there!) The range includes pure plant ingredients, that are derived from rainforests in Cameroon, Brazil, and Venezuela are synthesised and made into unique formulas, that work with the melanin in black skin, to make the skin glow. The most important thing, in black skincare, should be in making skin smooth and flawless. It’s an element of self respect, to care for and maintain, the most visible representation of who you are: Your skin! No matter how much one acknowledges or denies- It is a fundamental truth. An effective black skincare regime, must utilise powerful mud masques, in order to clear acne and blemishes. Powerful exfoliators, that conditions black skin, will provide a clear complexion. Deep moisturising creams, that locks in hydration, keeps black womenlooking younger and adds a glow, a shine to black skin, of any complexion. Night creams, as well as creams to brighten, lighten, and even out the skintone, further add to gaining, and maintaining a flawless black skintone. Not an ashy, or blemish and acne filled one, that so many Black women have these days! Black skin care, must be looked at by black women as an expression of self respect . Self love and the culmination of the excellence of black beauty. Blemish, and acne filled skin, cannot simply be covered with MAC makeup for selfies on Instagram. In the same vein, there is simply NO excuse for acne covered skin on a black woman or nasty, ashy dead looking skin anymore. No excuse whatsoever!!! Skincare, has to be a priority for black women, as a symbol of pride, self love and the pursuit of true excellence. That is the new focus, that black women should engage in, as it will demonstrate, that black women are taking control of their image, and the way they are perceived. Looking after, your skins health, and appearance, is an unconscious statement of self love, and pride. Taking an interest in black skin care products, is a representation of black women, taking control of their own vision of beauty. If one looks objectively, and takes off the chains of a Eurocentric, brainwashed mindset……Black women, are extremely beautiful, and are gifted with a variety of rich skintones. It is simple, to understand, that anything that has value or perceived value, must be maintained. It is of utmost importance, for black women to value respect and enhance their skin, by using specifically targeted for black skin products, that use natural ingredients. Magus Hermes, is dedicated to black women, and dedicated to ensuring that they look, like the potential living Goddesses they can and should be. The truth is that, a lot of Black women, lack confidence in themselves, and cover for it , with the attitude of “sass” or being “independent”, and “not needing no man”, which is just a defence mechanism.  It is fucking bullshit and everbody sees through it. Nothing more, and its an attitude that people can see through very easily nowadays. It’s the same as when, you have black women who are always proclaiming that they are “mixed”, or have all types of ancestry apart from being black, as if they have something to prove, and as if the Russian, Indian, Polish, Jewish, Alien, Nazi, Korean, Martian or whatever else they say they are mixed with, accept them fully, which they should put to the test one day! In all likelihood, the other races DO NOT accept these black sisters screaming at the top of their lungs like fucking idiots that they are mixed. No one gives a shit about that. Black women are black women, and should be proud of that fact, mixed or not. A beautiful,black woman. Get over it! Respect yourself. If you do not, why in the fuck would anyone in their right mind, respect you? Look after your skin. Worship your skin. Invest in your skin, as that is the badge, your identifying mark. Why not make it better, than everyone else’s? Black skin care products, that use natural ingredients, are the best way to look after your skin, and look like the goddess that you, as a Black woman undeniably are, regardless of what pathetic journalists and jealous, sexually weird bloggers write: Their stinking opinions do not count. Let them all burn in hell !!! And no, We DO NOT FORGIVE THEM!!!!

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Jasmine Campbell

Head of Poduct Development, MagusHermes.Com Feel free to share this article  far and wide. Just ensure that you attribute it back to us here at MagusHermes.com If you have any questions, feel free to email me. No B.S questions though!!! Jasmine.Campbell @MagusHermes.com

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If you need any advice about our products, support or advice about Black skincare, please email our senior dermatologists. Dr Sam Olatunji: DrOlatunji@MagusHermes.com  Dr Leanne Kay: DrKay@MagusHermes.com  Dr Michelle Smith: DrSmith@MagusHermes.com 
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