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By: Love The Skin You’re In | Afrobella http://www.afrobella.com/2006/09/20/fade-cream-update/#comment-990433 Tue, 19 Apr 2011 17:18:34 +0000 http://afrobella.com/?p=38#comment-990433 […] remains big business for the companies that create these products. I first blogged about this topic back in 2006. It’s disheartening to read a current AP article that reveals that the practice is just as […]

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By: cheree http://www.afrobella.com/2006/09/20/fade-cream-update/#comment-401771 Tue, 05 Oct 2010 14:43:10 +0000 http://afrobella.com/?p=38#comment-401771 And furthermore, how can you implie that women should be forced to look in the mirror and except there own reflection or whatever! I think most people realize there not perfect,but no one has the right to tell someone “look again”, at the validity of self improvment desires. I for one know that society has many relevant and irrelevant expectations from each culture,etc. and as an African woman perhaps Afro’s and colorful attire is your plea for social acceptance within your social circle. I could no doubt find some hazzards and concern about afro’s and fabric dyes,lol, and photos of persons effected by this or that product in afro mantinence creams and colorful fabric dyes, and no doubt could have a compelling article. I am happy to be a young Black woman and even happier to have a fairer complexion. As a mother,and wife I am thankful for social acceptance in my circle, black folks tend to treat this complexion better, God help us, so be it!

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By: cheree http://www.afrobella.com/2006/09/20/fade-cream-update/#comment-401730 Tue, 05 Oct 2010 14:20:54 +0000 http://afrobella.com/?p=38#comment-401730 Wow! I respect your feelings about lightening creams, howbeit i could not find an agreement with you.I am currently using a prescription form of hydroquinone and I have been on and off for 3 yrs. As a child I was taunted and teased for my dark complexion to the point of depression as an early teen and young adult. I always dreaded summer because I knew I would be darker, and the other children were relentless. These were other black children always! The boys could not see past my deep complexion, and I was the but of EVERY “blackie” joke. my friends were white, and could not understand this behavior. It is still a part of black culture today, so stop being so small minded about other peoples complexion issues YOU may or may not have walked in mine and many others shoes,so you haven’t a clue of the psycological and or physical as well as social benefits of hydroquinone. I am safely using this cream per physicians orders, and hopeful people like you and others cannot BAN, as you say, this product in the USA. No disrespect but you dont know peoples story before you form complete opinions. Good day!

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By: Anna http://www.afrobella.com/2006/09/20/fade-cream-update/#comment-298729 Sat, 10 Apr 2010 18:44:48 +0000 http://afrobella.com/?p=38#comment-298729 Unfortunately most of the arguments against skin fade/bleach creams imply that all users want to be ‘white or fair’ skin toned. There are some people who just want a safe effective way to treat Hyperpigmentation, a side effect of healed trauma on melanin rich skin. It leaves unsightly dark marks and bloches; even something as innocuous as healed acne or pimple can scar one for life ! We haven’t spoken about melasma, chicken pox marks etc. There is a need for safe alternatives to even the skin tone in such circumstances…

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By: Gina http://www.afrobella.com/2006/09/20/fade-cream-update/#comment-284644 Thu, 04 Feb 2010 04:51:32 +0000 http://afrobella.com/?p=38#comment-284644 I have been reading lots of reports about the terrible side effects over the counter hydroquinone creams are causing in African women and felt i needed to point something out.
What the reports fail to mention is that many women in some West Africa countries mix these creams with toxic products to make them strong. I have personally seen women mix creams with hair realxers, dish washing soap, shampoo, dermovate, betnovate to name a few, in their quest to become white. There are women who would cover their whole bodies in dishwashing liguid and cover the skin with cling flim and suffer excruciating pain overnight, and then peel off her skin exposing pink raw flesh and after a few days start using the over the counter creams on the “baby skin” as they call it. I am not saying the creams are good, i am just surprised that none of the reports ever mention these practices, or wonder why it just happens to women in African countries. Hardly any of them use “just” the cream, or any form of sunblock.

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By: Dotty http://www.afrobella.com/2006/09/20/fade-cream-update/#comment-164334 Tue, 04 Nov 2008 18:20:03 +0000 http://afrobella.com/?p=38#comment-164334 What I Don’t Understand Is That, They Want To Ban Bleaching Creams Yet They Still Continue To Sell Ciggarrettes. This Contradicts The Entire Point Of Banning Fade Creams. They Want To Ban Creams Because They Say They Can Cause Cancer, Yet All They Do Is Make Commercials About How Bad Ciggarrette Smoke/Second-Hand Smoke Is, Still Giving The Consumer A Choice Weather Or Not To Purchase A Box Of Ciggarrettes. I Just Don’t Understand. A Smoker Affects Everyone Around Them Including Themselves. A Person Using “Bleaching Cream” Is Not Affecting Anyone But Themselves When Applying It. So Stop Selling Something That Actually Has A Point That “May” or “May Not” Cause Cancer, But Keep The Other Thing Around That’s Been proven to cause Cancer. WTF?

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