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How to clear acne on black skin! Fast steps to getting celebrity flawless skin! by Charlene Palmer How to clear acne on black skin, is a query, that keeps hundreds of thousands of sufferers awake at night. For young black women and men, looking in the mirror is a nightmare, as it reminds them of all the things that are wrong. Numerous black spots, and acne scars, as well as hyperpigmentation, absolutely ruins self esteem. If you have clear skin, just imagine what it would be like, having to adjust to having disfigured skin? Imagine the shame you would feel, when you have to look someone in the face, knowing that every moment you are being judged because you have acne? That is what having acne and acne scarring is like, which is more acute on black skin when they have to contend with black, unsightly spots. Going to a date, a job interview, running a business…..everyday interactions, can be a challenge, because no matter what, the awareness of having acne is always there. A black woman, with acne, if she has any sense of pride, in her appearance, usually has to cake her face with concealer, foundation and heavy makeup, to hide the dark spots that disfigure her. Yes, such black women will look beautiful with their face, layered in MAC or Maybelline, but once the makeup comes off……YUK! Whole Youtube tutorials, with sometimes millions of views teach black women how to wear heavy make up, and look damn good, but neglect to teach, how to look after the skin so that they don’t look hideous without it! Black women are not white women, who actually NEED heavy makeup to conceal essentially very prematurely aging pink skin. They NEED Makeup!   The mental pressure, that is suffered by black women, knowing that their skin, is not good underneath heavy makeup, is tremendous, and is very damaging. Additionally, the strain it can cause relationships, knowing for instance, that her potential boyfriend or husband, will see her without makeup, and seeing her acne, in raw form, will likely lessen her attractiveness to him. In truth, acne can ruin a young black woman’s sense of self worth, so is it any wonder that so many are completely dependent on makeup? A quick look at Instagram confirms this. So what is the solution, of how to clear acne on black skin? The first thing, is to increase ones intake of water, to help cleanse ones bodily system. However there are significant numbers of black people who suffer from acne and blemishes, regardless of the amount of water they drink. In that case, a skin care routine, that caters specifically to black skintypes, must be utilised, in order to get rid of acne, and achieve clear skin. Many black sufferers of acne, make the mistake of using Eurocentric acne treatments. Acne treatment products such as Dr Kheils, Clarins, Origins, and Clinique simply do not agree with black skintypes, and cause excessive dryness, and in some cases makes the acne worse, and causes hyperpigmentation. High chemical content, in such Eurocentric products, irritate black skin and fully exacerbate acne. The BEST Solution for clearing acne in black skin: 1) The solution lays, in using plant based acne treatment products, that are formulated for black skin. Such products, will help in healing acne lesions, as well as treat black acne spots. An acne treatment facemask, that uses peptides, concentrated vitamins, minerals, and plant enzymes, as well as fruit acids, will permanently remove acne, and fade acne scarring, on black skin, whilst also nourishing the skin. 2) Regular exfoliation, with a plant enzyme based exfoliator, to remove dead skin cells, and even out the skintone, after damage from acne is needed. Using an exfoliator, that contains concentrated vitamins, plant extracts, and enzymes, will not only clear the skin, but will also nourish the skin, to ensure that skin that has been cleared of acne, is also radiant. The clear, smooth skin of celebrities like Lauren London, and Gabrielle Union, are a result of using skin care products that help maintain complexion, promote health, and skin clarity. Clear acne free skin is achievable, for black women, if the right skincare regimen is followed. Are you on a budget?? If you are on a tight budget, then there are methods available to you that can still help you get rid of acne. Using sliced lemon on the areas where you suffer from acne, is a great method. 1) Rubbing the skin continuously, with the lemon for 5 minutes, and then leaving it on for approximately 20 mins, before showering will help to exfoliate the skin, cleanse the area of bacteria and remove dead skin cells. This will help, in removing at least the appearance of acne lesions, but of course, it will not work as rapidly as a specified acne treatment mask. 2) Additionally a paste can be made, to remove dark spots can help clear acne. Using a spoonful of avocado, up to 3 spoons of coconut oil, 1 spoon of butter, 3 tablespoons of brown sugar and salt, mix the concoction until it becomes a paste. Rub the concoction, into the areas where there is acne, continuously, for 5 minutes, and then leave it to settle on the skin, for up to 20 minutes. After this, wash off the concoction, with warm water, and moisturise normally. The aforementioned processes, should be repeated,  twice a day, at least three times per week, if you want to get rid of acne, acne scarring and acne lesions. Getting rid of acne in black skin, does not have to be a hard process at all. Ensuring that you drink water regularly, cut down on Coca-Cola and excessive sugars in addition to using plant based skincare, formulated for black skin, will help you achieve, clear, radiant black skin. In this day and age, Black women, have no excuse to have acne on their skin, and looking good, is of paramount importance if you seek to make an impact in your world. Having clear skin, signifies personal excellence and aspiration for the best. There is simply no point in having Gucci bags, Christion Louboutin heels, Jordans, and expensive weaves, if your skin is riddled with acne and you can only appear in public, with heavy makeup. Black women are beautiful, and versatile, and this is what makes them the envy of women all over the globe. Other races don’t admit it though, but we all know! The natural beauty, of black women, makes others feel threatened and inadequate. This is the reason, for the insane Western media reports of black women being labelled as “unattractive”, which in short, is an attack. Don’t tell me this is the epitomy of white beauty right? That all white women are somehow enowed with beauty? Get the fuck out of here! This is one of their top celebrities. Katy Perry. And this is pretty? Really? How in the fuck can black women, be “unattractive”, and but be the creators of cutting edge beauty trends, that are badly copied by other ethnic groups, especially white women. Even black women’s physical features, are copied via plastic surgery, by white celebrities! How the fuck can black women be labelled “unattractive” ? This shows pure jealousy, and the western media, demonstrates its hatred, by perpetuating the fake narrative, of “unattractive” black women. White women, by contrast that are held up in western media, as being the only standard of beauty: Yet they NEED heavy make-up, cosmetic curgery and a plethora of skin care products, to hide their dead looking skin. It makes sense, that the western media has to attack the image of black women’s natural beauty, in order to make white women, on the whole, feel better in themselves. It is understandable, but the notion that as a group black women are unattractive, is a disgusting lie. Black women are beautiful, naturally beautiful and they must do all they can, to further enhance their beauty, by using skin care products, that will give them clear, flawless skin. That will make black women’s beauty, undeniable, whether closet and open racists, in the media, like it or not. To hell with them, Black women are the standard of true beauty!
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How to clear acne on black skin! -Fast steps to getting celebrity flawless skin! By Charlene Palmer How to clear acne on black skin, is a query, that keeps hundreds of thousands of sufferers awake at night. For young black women and men, looking in the mirror is a nightmare, as it reminds them of all the things that are wrong. Numerous black spots, and acne scars, as well as hyperpigmentation, absolutely ruins self esteem. If you have clear skin, just imagine what it would be like, having to adjust to having disfigured skin? Imagine the shame you would feel, when you have to look someone in the face, knowing that every moment you are being judged because  you have acne? That is what having acne and acne scarring is like, which is more acute on black skin when they have to contend with black, unsightly spots. Going to a date, a job interview, running a business…..everyday interactions, can be a challenge, because no matter what, the awareness of having acne is always there. A black woman, with acne, if she has any sense of pride, in her appearance, usually has to cake her face with concealer, foundation and heavy makeup, to hide the dark spots that disfigure her. Yes, such black women will look beautiful with their face, layered in MAC or Maybelline, but once the makeup comes off……YUK! Whole Youtube tutorials, with sometimes millions of views teach black women how to wear heavy make up, and look damn good, but neglect to teach, how to look after the skin so that they don’t look hideous without it! Black women are not white women, who actually NEED heavy makeup to conceal essentially very prematurely aging pink skin! They NEED Makeup!   The mental pressure, that is suffered by black women, knowing that their skin, is not good underneath heavy makeup, is tremendous, and is very damaging. Additionally, the strain it can cause relationships, knowing for instance, that her potential boyfriend or husband, will see her without makeup, and seeing her acne, in raw form, will likely lessen her attractiveness to him. In truth, acne can ruin a young black woman’s sense of self worth, so is it any wonder that so many are completely dependent on makeup? A quick look at Instagram confirms this. So what is the solution, of how to clear acne on black skin? The first thing, is to increase ones intake of water, to help cleanse ones bodily system. However there are significant numbers of black people who suffer from acne and blemishes, regardless of the amount of water they drink. In that case, a skin care routine, that caters specifically to black skintypes, must be utilised, in order to get rid of acne, and achieve clear skin. Many black sufferers of acne, make the mistake of using Eurocentric acne treatments. Acne treatment products such as Dr Kheils, Clarins, Origins, and Clinique simply do not agree with black skintypes, and cause excessive dryness, and in some cases makes the acne worse, and causes hyperpigmentation. High chemical content, in such Eurocentric products, irritate black skin and fully exacerbate acne. The BEST solution for clearing acne in black skin 1) The solution lays, in using plant based acne treatment products, that are formulated for black skin. Such products, will help in healing acne lesions, as well as treat black acne spots. An acne treatment facemask, that uses peptides, concentrated vitamins, minerals, and plant enzymes, as well as fruit acids, will permanently remove acne, and fade acne scarring, on black skin, whilst also nourishing the skin. 2) Regular exfoliation, with a plant enzyme based exfoliator, to remove dead skin cells, and even out the skintone, after damage from acne is needed. Using an exfoliator, that contains concentrated vitamins, plant extracts, and enzymes, will not only clear the skin, but will also nourish the skin, to ensure that skin that has been cleared of acne, is also radiant. The clear, smooth skin of celebrities like Lauren London, and Ciara are a result of using skin care products that help maintain complexion, promote health, and skin clarity. Clear, acne free skin is achievable, for black women, if the right skincare regimen is followed. Are you on a budget? If you are on a tight budget, then there are methods available to you that can still help you get rid of acne. Using sliced lemon on the areas where you suffer from acne, is a great method.  1) Rubbing the skin continuously, with the lemon for 5 minutes, and then leaving it on for approximately 20 mins, before showering will help to exfoliate the skin, cleanse the area of bacteria and remove dead skin cells. This will help, in removing at least the appearance of acne lesions, but of course, it will not work as rapidly as a specified acne treatment mask. 2) Additionally a paste can be made, to remove dark spots can help clear acne. Using a spoonful of avocado, up to 3 spoons of coconut oil, 1 spoon of butter, 3 tablespoons of brown sugar and salt, mix the concoction until it becomes a paste. Rub the concoction, into the areas where there is acne, continuously, for 5 minutes, and then leave it to settle on the skin, for up to 20 minutes. After this, wash off the concoction, with warm water, and moisturise normally. The aforementioned processes, should be repeated,  twice a day, at least three times per week, if you want to get rid of acne, acne scarring and acne lesions. Getting rid of acne in black skin, does not have to be a hard process at all.  Ensuring that you drink water regularly, cut down on soda and excessive sugars in addition to using plant based skincare, formulated for black skin, will help you achieve, clear, radiant black skin. In this day and age, Black women, have no excuse to have acne on their skin, and looking good, is of paramount importance if you seek to make an impact in your world. Having clear skin, signifies personal excellence and aspiration for the best. There is simply no point in having Gucci bags, Christian Louboutin heels, Jordans, and expensive weaves if your skin is riddled with acne and you can only appear in public, with heavy makeup. Black women are beautiful, and versatile, and this is what makes them the envy of women all over the globe. Other races don’t admit it though, but we all know! The natural beauty, of black women, makes others feel threatened and inadequate. This is the reason, for the insane Western media reports of black women being labelled as “unattractive”, which in short, is an attack. Don’t tell me this is the epitomy of white beauty right? That all white women are somehow enowed with beauty? Get the fuck out of here! This is one of their top celebrities. Katy Perry. And this is pretty? Really? How in the fuck can black women, be “unattractive”, and but be the creators of cutting edge beauty trends, that are badly copied by other ethnic groups, especially white women. Even black women’s physical features, are copied via plastic surgery, by white celebrities! How can black women be labelled “unattractive” ? This shows pure jealousy, and the western media, demonstrates its hatred, by perpetuating the fake narrative, of “unattractive” black women. White women, by contrast that are held up in western media, as being the only standard of beauty: Yet they NEED heavy make-up, and a plethora of skin care products, to hide their pink blotchy skin. It makes sense, that the western media has to attack the image of black women’s natural beauty, in order to make white women, on the whole, feel better in themselves. It is understandable, but the notion that as a group black women are unattractive, is a disgusting lie. Black women are beautiful, naturally beautiful and they must do all they can, to further enhance their beauty, by using skin care products, that will give them clear, flawless skin. That will make black women’s beauty, undeniable, whether closet and open haters of black people in the media, like it or not. To hell with them, Black women are the standard of true beauty!
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Specially formulated for black skin, Magus Hermes acne treatment products help to even out the skin and provides enzymes, nutrients, minerals and concentrated vitamins, to help improve the complexion,and clear the skin of acne. *From $24.99 USD *Free Shipping Worldwide. *180 Day Money Back    Guarantee.

Get Free Advice From

Dermatologists

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 

About the author

Charlene Palmer

Media Officer

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!!! Charlene.Palmer @MagusHermes.com
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