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The idealization of light skin as the pinnacle of beauty affects self-esteem for women of color around the world. In many cultures, skin color is a social benchmark that is often used by people of color and whites alike in lieu of race. Attractiveness, marriageability, career opportunities and socioeconomic status are directly correlated with skin color.


As a result, many women of color seek chemical remedies to lighten their complexion. They have created a booming global business in bleach creams and injectables valued at US$8.6 billion in 2020; $2.3 billion was spent in the U.S. alone. The market is projected to reach $12.3 billion by 2027.


In the Middle East, the practice of bleaching is most common in Jordan, with 60.7% of women bleaching. The Brazilian government seems to sanction white skin over dark by encouraging immigration from Europe and discouraging persons of African descent.


Bleach cream manufacturers now face growing pressure to address racism, with activists arguing that their products perpetuate a preference for lighter skin. In 2020, Johnson & Johnson announced that it will no longer sell two products marketed to reduce dark spots that were widely used as skin lighteners.


Statistics compiled by the World Health Organisation in 2011 showed that 40% of African women bleach their skin. In some countries the figure is higher: a staggering 77% of women in Nigeria, 59% in Togo, 35% in South Africa, 27% in Senegal and 25% in Mali use skin-lightening products.


Some creams contain steroids, compounds that doctors sometimes prescribe to treat skin conditions such as eczema, allergic reactions and dermatitis, which are meant to be used for not more than seven days and only on affected areas. Overuse of steroid creams over a long period can cause thinning or weakening of the skin, stretch marks and easy bruising.


The continual use of these creams eventually leads to a dependence or addiction because when they are discontinued, the skin returns to its original color, according to researchers Meagan Jacobs, Susan Levine, Kate Abney and Lester Davids in their study Fifty Shades of African Lightness: A Bio-Psychosocial Review of the Global Phenomenon of Skin Lightening Practices.


Following the remarkable success of the global blockbuster movie Black Panther, which featured a predominantly black cast, a growing number of young Africans are taking pride in their complexions, coining hashtags such as #melaninpoppin and #blackgirlmagic to celebrate their dark skin tones.


After using it for 7 days I see visible results on my skin. IBA Advanced Active skin lightening creme with French marshmallow flower, rice bran and liquorice extracts truly works if you use it regularly with proper guidance. The best part of buying this one is it's free from Bleach, mineral oil, alcohol and parabens which makes this one even more attractive. It's got approval from PETA as well. It reduced my dark spots and makes my skin look even. Totally recommended


Atopic dermatitis (eczema) is a chronic skin condition. It usually affects the face, scalp, elbows or knees. The red, scaly, itchy rash is more common in infants and in people with a history of allergies or asthma.


Triggers include allergens, sweating, emotional stress or irritants such as harsh soaps or wool. Another factor contributing to flare ups is Staphylococcus aureus. This is a type of bacteria that can frequently infect the skin of people with atopic dermatitis.


Diluted bleach bath recipe and instructionsAdd - cup of common 5% household bleach to a bathtub full of water (40 gallons). Soak your torso or just the affected part of your skin for about 10 minutes. Limit diluted bleach baths to no more than twice a week. Do not submerge your head and be very careful to avoid getting the diluted bleach into the eyes. Rinse off with fresh water and apply moisturizer.


A potent antioxidant that can even be taken as a food supplement. Glutathione makes a fantastic partner to well-studied skin lightening ingredients like Kojic acid. While studies show glutathione is safe for use on skin, not so much is known about how well or how quickly glutathione can lighten skin. For this reason, be sure your choice of lightening skincare includes glutathione accompanied by one of the other skin lightening ingredients on this list.


Mulberry extract is an up-and-coming skin lightening active. Sources boast mulberry extract may even have better efficacy than the very controversial Hydroquinone. Named a superoxide scavenger, paper mulberry extract can also help protect skin against damaging free radicals i.e. pollution-induced age spots.


As a mixture of actives, licorice extract contains many ingredients with skin-lightening benefits. Some of these work traditionally by inhibiting tyrosinase activity whereas others also lighten skin but by other mechanisms. This makes licorice extract an attractive and very effective skincare ingredient for lightening and brightening.


The Food and Drug Administration warns that some popular nonprescription acne products applied to the skin (topicals) can cause a serious reaction. This type of reaction is quite rare. It is common to have some irritation or itchiness when you try new acne products. If such side effects don't go away, stop using the product and seek medical care.


Acne products work in different ways, depending on their active ingredients. Some work by killing acne-causing bacteria. Others remove excess oil from the skin or speed the growth of new skin cells and the removal of dead skin cells. Some acne products try to do all these things.


Benzoyl peroxide. This ingredient kills bacteria that cause acne, helps remove excess oil from the skin and removes dead skin cells, which can clog pores. Benzoyl peroxide products that you can buy without a prescription are available in strengths from 2.5% to 10%. Studies show that lower strength products are as effective as higher strength preparations. Consider starting with a lower strength (2.5%) water-based product to lower the risk of side effects.


Possible side effects include dry skin, scaling, irritation, burning and stinging, especially if you have sensitive skin. Be careful when applying benzoyl peroxide, as it can bleach hair and clothing. It has no bleaching effect on the dark patches that can linger after acne clears (postinflammatory hyperpigmentation).


Salicylic acid products that you can buy without a prescription are available in strengths from 0.5% to 2% as both leave-on and wash-off products. Possible side effects include mild stinging, skin discoloration and minor skin irritation.


If your acne doesn't improve after 2 to 3 months of trying a skin care routine with your chosen acne products, consider seeing your health care provider or a skin specialist (dermatologist) for a prescription lotion or medication.


Due to the fact that many top beauty brands produce skin lightening creams and market them aggressively, people of color patronize them without having prior knowledge of the chemicals and other strange ingredients used in making these skincare products.


The fairness cream is well-balanced to easily wipe out skin discolorations from sun damage while lightening age spots. In addition, this cream from Clear Essence not only endows that attractive glow but also helps in hydrating your skin.


The fairness cream extricates skin discolored from sun damage while revitalizing it with its appealing moisturizing formula. Age spots and dark patches on black skin can be corrected and effectively lightened to perfection.


This plant-based cream also comes with sunscreen properties to protect black skin from further UV damage. The cream also contributes effortlessly in hydrating the skin and keeping it refreshed and glowing.


Skin lightening is a process by which certain materials and substances are used to block or reduce the melanin concentration in the body. According to WebMD, melanin is a natural skin pigment that is found in the body and responsible for giving color to the skin, eyes, and hair.


There are plenty of natural skin lightening remedies for black skin and multi-cultural skin tones to choose from. These natural skin lightening treatments are not only safe for use but also quite effective.


Aloe vera is one of the best natural ingredients you can use to lighten your skin. Over the years, it has been seen as a trusted skincare formula for treating several skin issues including hyperpigmentation.


As a matter of fact, Healthline opines that some peculiar chemicals in aloe vera (aloesin and aloin) may have skin lightening properties. They work by terminating existing melanin cells, referred to as melanocytes, which prevents further creation of melanin in the skin. Thus, hyperpigmentation can be reduced in black skin using aloe vera oil treatment.


If your skin is plagued by hyperpigmentation from acne scars, aloe vera may help in clearing it. Aloesin is a compound in aloe vera that holds off melanin release that would otherwise have led to acne scars. You can use aloe vera to lighten black skin via these steps below:


Yogurt has vitamin B12 which helps lighten skin and aids healthy cell development. When combined with turmeric, your black skin will spot an unbelievable glow. Curcumin is the top compound in turmeric.


Many blacks and people of color believe in the efficacy of milk in skin whitening and for good reason too. The thing is, just like yogurt, milk is also rich in lactic acid, a very powerful agent in skin lightening.


Loaded with vitamin F and lauric acid, coconut oil is a potent natural skin lightener. It can contribute to nourishing the skin by protecting it against infections, inhibiting inflammation, and shielding it against radical damage. 59ce067264






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