In the second half of 1966 until 1968 SL Skipper dolls were manufactured with a pink skin tone also. They came in the same boxes and with the same accessories - and had the same markings - like the tan skin girls: © 1963 Mattel, Inc. Like the tan dolls, their hair colors were blonde, brunette and titian/red.
It's very hard to find a pink skin Skipper without discolorations and with unfaded lips.
Pink skin Skipper dolls are probably as hard to find as Japanese Skippers.
Some collectors even aren't aware there were pink skin Skipper dolls in the 60s - so they are sometimes mistakenly sold as Reissue Skippers. If you're not sure which one of these dolls you have, please go to the end of the following page, there's a description of the details you need to watch out for:
In 1967, there was one gift set with a Pink Skin SL Skipper, if you want to learn more about it, please use the link below: