INTERVIEW: WHY PEOPLE GO IN FOR SKIN BLEACHING, AND ITS NEGATIVE EFFECTS.

Skin bleaching refers to the use of products to lighten dark areas of the skin or achieve an overall lighter complexion. Most people are of the view that, if you are fair, you turn to be very beautiful, either you are a man or a woman. Which has sparked a lot of people to bleach their beautiful dark skin into scary fair ones.

Skin Bleaching is reigning as the active engagement of today in the country. It has become a normal routine among the youth of today. They buy expensive cosmetics and apply them on their skins in order to make their skins lighter. Others also take in bleaching pills with the intention of keeping their skins in good shape.

Attraction from the opposite sex is another major reason for which people bleach. They want to look beautiful and classy in order to capture the attention of others, but the fact here is that, the efforts they make in trying to look appealing proves futile and comes to nothing good. Some people also apply skin lightener to their entire body to change their complexion, but this can be very risky.

This young lady expresses her vivid thought on bleaching and its risk, click here to watch more.

The active ingredient in some skin lighteners is mercury, so bleaching can lead to mercury poisoning. Mercury is a toxic agent that can cause serious psychiatric, neurological, and kidney problems.

Bleaching is a destructive agent which can overly deteriorate your naturally gifted skin and expose you to health hazards such as dermatophyte infections and scabies , both often unusually extensive and severe; acne , often severe; eczema, irritant dermatitis and dyschromia which may be difficult to cure. Maintain your natural skin and never resort to bleaching because it can utterly destroy your skin and put you in a regrettable condition.

Changing the nature of your skin will not only prevent people from coming close to you, but it will also cause you a lot in life, and rather keep you away from them. “Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder” and with this expression I pose a question to you- Is bleaching an object of praise or an object of mockery?

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