A medical practitioner Dr. Chinoso Egemba has revealed that people who bleach their skin are more likely to contract and die from the coronavirus COVID-19 disease. Speaking to NAN (News Agency of Nigeria), Dr. Chinoso who is popularly known as
Reactions have continued to trail the shocking instant skin bleaching video that went viral a few days ago. Kiki, the daughter of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has weighed in on the growing popularity of indiscriminate skin bleaching among Nigerian women.
Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw has a message for mums who buy unverified products to ‘glow their babies’. Skin bleaching is a culture that is prevalent amongst Nigerian women and as the ugly trend continues to thrive, more women have extended
In an attempt to lighten their baby’s complexion, many Nigerian mums consider it safe to turn to anti-fungal creams. Mums who engage in such practices consider it a more discreet approach than using actual bleaching creams on their child’s skin
Former Miss Commonwealth Nigeria and actress, Beauty Istifanus, says she does not believe in the equality of men and women citing example from the creation of the world. According to the beauty queen and actress, from Kaduna State, though she is advocating
Nigerian makeup artist, Tennycoco who started bleaching her skin at the age of 19 has revealed why she stopped in a detailed narrative she titled, “My Road to Melanin.” According to Tennycoco, who will be celebrating her 25th birthday very
Member of Ebonyi State House of Assembly, Maria Ude Nwachi, popularly known as ‘Nwanyi Afikpo’, has said women who bleach do not have anything upstairs, are shallow and have no self esteem. Also, any man that bleaches does not deserve to