A brown skin boy has become the star of his own skin care routine after winning a competition at a beauty contest.
The winning contestant, whose name was not released, says the routine was inspired by his grandfather’s skin care regimen.
“It’s a lot like my grandfather’s, just a little different, but he was a pioneer,” said the boy.
“I think that my skin is very different to most people.
It has some brown spots, but it’s really nice.
It’s like a natural brown.”
He said the routine is for people with darker skin, but also those who have darker hair, or brown eyes.
The winner of the beauty contest said he was inspired to start the routine by his grandparents.
“When I was growing up, my grandfather was very sensitive to sun exposure,” said his grandfather, who was a doctor in the 1950s.
“He would wash the house and wash his face with a washcloth, and then he would take the whole house with him to the beach.”
“It was a great tradition and he always used to wash the whole yard and the whole home, and that’s why it’s so natural and comfortable to wash your own skin with a water-based soap.”
The man is now selling his routine on his own website and the contest was a way for people to see what other people were doing with their skin.
“You can’t do this anywhere else, you need to do it at home,” he said.
The man said he’s noticed that people have been inspired to do their own routine to improve their skin, and he said he has also noticed that his customers are interested in doing it for themselves.
“The more people that come to my shop and tell me that they’ve done this, I’m thinking, ‘What are you doing, what are you saying?'” he said with a laugh.
The beauty contest took place in February and was sponsored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The first person to win $100 was named the winner, but there was a bidding war to win the second prize.
The contest was sponsored in part by the federal Department of Health.