Whitenicious: Uproar in Nigeria and Cameroon as Famous Singer Encourages Skin Beaching | Healthy Black Woman

downloadThe product retails for $50-$150 depending on how much you get. The ads feature Dencia, scantily clad in bikinis, with noticeably lighter skin than her real color. The ad says that this is what it can do for your skin if you use it.
In the press release about the product it states that the cream is to be used for dark spots on the skin, acne blemish scars, and dark patches of skin on the elbows and knees. However that is not what the ad is depicting. It is showing the entire body of the singer lightened severely. So if this cream is just for blemishes and rough dark patches of skin, why is her whole body much whiter than before?
With advertisements such as this people will look at the photo first and then look at the product that is being sold. Sometimes they will read the description, sometimes they won’t.

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