Updated: Sunday, 20 Sep 2020, 15:47
I think the fashion is gradually changing, but for many years having very pale skin was considered unattractive! For some reason, I think of skin whitening as being harsh as its actually bleaching the skin , but the bronzers which darken skin as being less harmless... I use bronzers on occasion on my legs and a little on my face during the summer. Skin cancer is increasing in the United Kingdom, and some say this is linked to the increased number of foreign holidays. One of us (2Patricias) is originally from the USA, and has had incidence of skin cancer in the family. Skin bleaching is unhealthy as it causes damage to your skin and can cause severe allergic reaction.
Many of these creams work but peeling away your outer skin surface.However, since skin colouration is influenced by the amount of melanin in your body, I don't think that this cream works in a long term and I believe that it can cause health issues. Some one mentioned the high instances of skin cancer in Australia and England, you are not alone.
for cream lightening face Nigerian women Almost every product you use that comes into contact with your body has been made with synthetic chemicals which bring harm both to the skin face cream whitening for Nigerian women and when these synthetic compounds soak into the body. Regarding chemicals in body care products and cosmetics, it is interesting that a lot more organic/herbal (etc) products are now available. Active ingredients need be as close to the skin as possible to be the most effective.
Why dermatologist continue blaming this on the sun is beyond me. Several chemicals which are prevalent in skin care products including most sun screens have been shown to alter chemical make up when exposed to the sun becoming carcinogenic. This taken with other studies, have proven face lightening cream for Nigerian women that proper nutrition can allow the body to gain and maintain optimal face lightening cream for Black women health.
We have learned so face lightening cream for Black Jamaican women many great things about staying healthy and living longer, happier lives, why do we continue to allow the products we use to be so full of these chemicals. A friend of mine recently visited such country and was shocked that every product she saw in the grocery store from shampoo, soap, lotions, skin cleansing creams, have skin whitening ingredient. The main ingredient which I found out is gluthathione which when applied to any skin topically produces a bleaching effect on the skin melanin. lightening face cream for Nigerian women Orthodontic extraction that are then exposed to bleach it.
I think that from my countrymen's perspective having a whiter skin is albeit the same as belonging to a higher social caste. If people do that because they aren't comfortable with their skin color, well, that's unfortunate. It's not healthy, but people can do what they want to their skin if they want to, unless it's considerably damaging/deadly. My blotches are there if you look whilst if I had dark skin it would be like a patchwork effect which would be difficult to cope with. Tissue irritation may result from an ill-fitting tray used to contain bleaching product. I have heard people complaining about these before, and it seemed like they were accusing dark skinned people of being racist against themselves! Just because they want whiter skin doesn't mean they have a problem, anymore than if people want a tan.
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Posted: Saturday, 19 Sep 2020
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