Although basic skin- and hair-care needs are the same for everyone, there are some issues that darker skin tones are more likely to experience. For example, African-Americans may be more prone to skin issues like keloidal (raised) scarring, pronounced hyperpigmentation, and ingrown hairs. Some similarities that make African-American hair different from other types is that it generally contains less water, grows more slowly, and breaks more easily than Caucasian or Asian hair. Join Nicole Davis, MD, family medicine, to learn how to keep skin and hair healthy. Registration required. Call 215-753-2000. FREE!