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“Taylor empowers the Black woman to look and feel beautiful.” (--Ebony)
“This is a wonderfully informative book. It should be bought by every woman of color.” (--Harriette Cole, author of Jumping the Broom and Vows)
Susan C. Taylor, M.D., is a Harvard-trained physician and an internationally recognized expert in dermatology and ethnic skin disease. She lectures worldwide, has appeared on the Today show and Weekend Today, and has been featured in Essence, Good Housekeeping, Heart and Soul, and other publications. Dr. Taylor helped establish and directs the Skin of Color Center at St. Luke'sRoosevelt Hospital Center in New York City, the first of its type in the nation. She is an assistant clinical professor of dermatology at the College of Physicians & Surgeons, Columbia University, and an attending physician at St. Luke'sRoosevelt Hospital Center and Pennsylvania Hospital. She maintains a private practice at Society Hill Dermatology in Philadelphia and lives with her family in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania.
This book is so clear and concise that anyone can understand it. If you want to have beautiful hair, skin and nails at any age, you must have this book! Read morePublished on Aug. 1 2003 by Gina P.
I met the author at a book signing on Saturday and I was thoroughly impressed with her knowledge and her ability to speak frankly and plainly about all topics concerning skin care. Read morePublished on July 22 2003
Dr. Taylor offers advice for many of the common problems we people of color have with our skin, hair, and nails. Her book is concise and to-the point. Read morePublished on July 21 2003 by Carmen
What a pleasure it is to find Dr. Taylor's book. She addresses so many of the questions and issues I've long struggled with given my erratic skin. Read morePublished on July 20 2003
This is the only book I know of that deals with the dermatological issues that black people face. It is clear, and uses language that is easily understood by laypeople. Dr. Read morePublished on July 19 2003 by Amazon Customer