Should The Nigerian Government Ban Bleaching Products? Here Is What Vera Gerald Thinks


Some women say have different reasons why they bleach or ‘tone’ their skin but whatever the reason is, Vera Gerald think it should stop. In fact, she wishes the Nigerian government can step into the matter and ban all bleaching products.

She wrote,

“WEDNESDAY WISDOM-Embrace Your Body.

Maybe the Nigerian Government should also follow in the steps of Ghana which recently banned bleaching products in their country. It appears that these days, everyone is light skinned. Even those whose mothers and fathers are charcoal black.

My light skin is natural and I wouldn’t have cared if it was black because I really do admire people with clean black skin. However it’s becoming a big embarrassment to me when i meet new people and they’re asking me, “what cream do you use, i want to have a skin as light as yours.

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I don’t know if any of you naturally light-skinned people can relate. Please, whatever skin complexion you were born with, learn to appreciate it. There is more to you than your skin colour. Being light skinned will not make you more attractive than the person with a lovely black skin.

It’s pointless trying to impress any man by bleaching, because he doesn’t want you the way God created you. If you need to bleach to impress a man and keep him, you will eventually lose him when your skin gets damaged.

Also, your previously lovely dark skin would have been lost for the right people to admire. God doesn’t make a mistake. Believe in yourself.” #embraceyourbody.

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