Dr. Susan C. Taylor

 
Get to know Dr. Susan Taylor, the award-winning, Harvard-educated creator of Rx for Brown Skin.
 
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About

Dr. Susan Taylor is a board-certified Dermatologist, an Internist and innovator in the fields of dermatology and skin of color. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard Medical School, Dr. Taylor completed residencies in Internal Medicine at Pennsylvania Hospital and dermatology at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center.

She is the founding Director of the Skin of Color Center at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital in New York, a first of its kind in the nation. She also founded the Skin of Color Center, which serves as a rich base for scientific research designed to further understand diseases which affect those with skin of color.

 

Books

Dr. Taylor has co-authored two major dermatology textbooks, Dermatology for Skin of Color (McGraw Hill), which was awarded the coveted PROSE Award for Clinical Medicine and for Excellence in Biology & Life Sciences, and Treatment for Skin of Color (Elsevier, in press).

And she has also authored two top-selling books, Brown Skin: Dr. Susan Taylor's Prescription for Flawless Skin, Hair and Nails and Reader's Digest Complete Skin Care.

 

Media

Dr. Taylor regularly serves as a medical expert on both national as well as local television and radio programs including the Today Show, Weekend Today, Good Morning America, MSNBC and the Dr. Oz Show.

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Founding Rx for Brown Skin®

In 2006, after listening to more than 30,000 patients complain that there wasn't a skin care line that addressed the unique needs of their skin, Dr. Taylor created Rx for Brown Skin. Rx for Brown Skin is the first clinical skin care regimen created by a women of color specifically for the unique needs of women of color. She designed every Rx for Brown Skin formula to include a complex blend of high-performance ingredients and natural botanicals to deliver the results - bright, beautiful and radiant skin and without harsh chemicals or ingredients.

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