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  • Global Skin Solutions | Press and Publications
    Dermatologist Endorsement

    After a six month trial study, our aesthetician clinician has used Global Skin Solutions products for patients who have experienced uneven skin tones, hyperpigmented lesions, discolorations and razor bumps. These professional products have lessened....Read Endorsement

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    Arizona Latinos Article | Pamela Springers Focus on Hispanic Women

    The benefit of adding professional treatments is that the consumer will now be able to receive long­term results. “We’re slowly and surely breaking barriers [in skin care] and that’s what’s important". Here are some of the most common skin ailments faced by Latinos: Read Article...

  • Global Skin Solutions | Press and Publications
    Entrepreneur Corner | Beauty Is Her Business

    In this article, from the Blackboard Monitor, Ms. Springer, the admitted workaholic explains how she began extensive training in skin care under Dr. Toni Stockton, a noted dermatologist, descibes her schedule of speaking engagements across the country, focusing on skin care and cosmetic topics... Read Article...

  • Global Skin Solutions | Press and Publications
    News Article Clippings

    Various newspaper articles / clippings about Ms. Pamela Springer's accomplishments in the Valley of the Sun regarding her appointment to the Arizona Board of Cosmetology and as the  founder of The Skin and Makeup Institute of Arizona. View Articles...

  • Aging of Global Skins | Skin Deep Magazine

    The photoaging manifestation, is mottled facial pigmentation and texturally rough skin. In some cases, enlarged pores are evident, and they worsen over time. The large and active fibroblastsgive a thicker density to the dermis, helping to decrease volume loss, thus reducing skin laxity. Read Article...

  • Ethnic Exfoliating Solutions | Les Nouvelles Esthétiques & Spa

    Understanding the reactive nature of melanocyte stimulation is crucial when considering chemical peeling. Darker skin types have increased tyrosinase activity, resulting in increased melanin content. Due to the melanin activity, there is a higher propensity for hyperpigmentation. Read Article...

  • Ethnic Skin Care | Skin Deep Magazine

    African-American skin tones range from creamy white to ebony. The most challenging skin condition is their propensity for hyperpigmentation. In the Hispanic population, there is a melting pot of skin tones, ranging from light to a rich, deep brown. Read Article...

  • Peels & Hyperpigmentation | Skin Deep Magazine

    How to avoid risks when treating hyperpigmentation in darker skins. The outcome of a chemical peel begins with how well the skin has been prepared. For darker skins the concern is avoiding PIH ( post inflammatory hyperpigmentation ). Peels that penetrate too deeply... Read Article...

  • Product Advertisement | Skin Deep Magazine

    View Global Skin Solutions product advertisement located within Associated Skin Care Professionals "Skin Deep Magazine" from July 2012. View Advertisement...

  • Pseudofolliculitis Barbae | Les Nouvelles Esthétiques & Spa

    Also known by many as razor bumps, shaving bumps, ingrown hairs, pili incarnati or folliculitis barbae traumatica. It is estimated that over 50 percent of African American males are genetically predisposed to pseudofolliculitis. Hispanics, Caucasians and hirsute women who have curly hair... Read Article...

  • The Anatomy of Global Skin Tones | Skin Inc Magazine

    The discerning factor in many ethnic groups is skin color. The color of the skin is produced in the deepest layer of the epidermis-the basal layer - which houses not only the keratinocytes responsible for the progression of cells to produce the epidermis, but also the melanocytes responsible for the production of melanin. Read Article...

  • The Ethnic Market Article | Global Skin Solutions
    The Ethnic Market | Beauty Link Magazine

    The ethnic market is one of the fastest growing markets in the U.S., the three largest ethnic groups being African-Americans, Hispanics, and Asian-Americans. There has been a dramatic transformation in the economic and educational status of people in these groups. Read More