Skin of color is characterized by a diverse group of pigmented individuals of various ethnic backgrounds. With an increase in nonwhite individuals seeking cosmetic solutions to their skin concerns, there is a greater need to understand and address these concerns appropriately. Moreover, numerous disfiguring complications may occur following cosmetic procedures when the nuances of treating pigmented skin are not taken into consideration. Part 1 of this article, published in July, discussed common cosmetic concerns in patients with skin of color. Part 2 of this article reviews therapeutic approaches to those skin concerns and highlights special considerations for patients with skin of color.