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THE FIRST IN LEADING RESEARCH FOR COMPLEXION BASED CLINICAL SKINCARE

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TAKE THE SKIN QUIZ

Skincare is NEVER a one size fits all! Start from the basics and find the perfect skin regimen for your trouble areas.

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We are the leaders in clinical skin solution for dark complexions. We believe that perfect skin begins with targeted ingredients and personalized formulations. Complexion-based skincare is at the forefront of skin research and as melanin research develops, we want to reveal our secrets to clear, bright, and even skin for dark tones.

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#THE SKIN UNKNOWN

DISCOVER YOUR PERFECT SKIN

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What is MELANIN?

For starters, Melanin is a broad term that describes the natural pigment found in most organisms. In humans, it can be found in our hair, eyes, skin, and even our brains, Oh My! There are many types of melanin, the most common types are Eumelanin which is the most common type and is brownish in color; Phenomelanin which creates a reddish-brown color and is the reason behind freckles and red hair; and Nueromelanin which is found in the brain and to this day its function is unknown...

As a dark complexion consumer, If you've ever been to a dermatologist who was knowledgable in complexion skin diagnosis, then you've probably been recommended prescriptions or medical grade products that include vitamin C, hydroquinone, or tretinoin as well as sunblock with an SPF of 50. Sounds familiar? Great! That means you've found the first steps towards your perfect skin cocktail...

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