Side Effects Of Skin Bleaching
What is skin bleaching?
Skin bleaching is the use of products to lighten dark areas of the skins to achieve an overall lighter complexion.
Some of the products include bleaching creams, soaps, pills as well as professional treatment like chemical peels and laser therapy.
There is no health benefit to skin bleaching. It often results in serious side effects and complications.
Some side effects of skin bleaching.
1.It leads to skin irritation
2. It cause skin rashes
3. It leads to excessive redness
4. It leads to thinning of skin
5. It leads to blotchy appearance
6. It causes kidney and liver damage
7. It leads to itchy and flaky skin
8. It causes skin cancer.
9. It makes the skin sensitive to the sun whereby the skin get burned and bring about black spot.
10.It causes severe birth defects in children born by mothers who abuse certain chemical.
or a healthy and better life there is no need for skin bleaching.
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