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BLACK PEOPLE! -DON’T COMMITT RACIAL SUICIDE! -BLEACH AND DIE ! – “ONLY FOOLISH BLACK PEOPLE BLEACH” -FROM 320RO.COM

April 21, 2014

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Only Foolish Black People Bleach Their Skin

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Only foolish Black people bleach their skin! That’s right. I don’t care what the excuse is; “I’m not happy, I have bad skin, I can do what I want, it’s my body”. You are foolish! Foolish because you haven’t taken the time to understand why you are Black. Instead you allow your mind to be enslaved by desires of a false reality. That is why joy will be fleeting for you and you will die only happy in the folly of your ignorance.

How many Black people know that they are the original Humans, the only true source of pure Human DNA? Not many. Instead they believe what others tell them that they were created by some Santa looking man called God or they evolved from Monkeys. Not many Black people know that they were specifically designed by the intelligence of the Universe, 99% of which exists in and is rich with Pure Dark Energy.

Pure Dark Energy of the Universe sustains us by entering our Minds at night through our Pineal Glands and produces hormones that function to regulate our Brain and Body functions. These hormones also have healing properties that repair our Cells at the DNA level. Every Cell in our bodies function in darkness but since most Black people have been fooled by others into worshiping Light they have become blinded by the Light and think that in order to live Light is all they need.

The more you are fooled by the Light it’s the more foolish you will become. Your minds will become further isolated from the healing Energies of the Universe like them and you will continue to compensate by relying on religious fantasies that hold you subservient to them because it is their creation. You will continue to hate yourself because you wish to be white like them.

You are foolish because you believe that Time and Tide is linear which means that others control you and it will never change therefore the only way to fit in is to become like them mentally and physically. The Black man has become a slave to this desire and lusts for the white woman. The Black woman thinks that in order to compete against the white woman they have to bleach their skin. They both come up with all sorts of excuses such as; it’s my body, I’m not happy, my skin is blotchy. You are foolish, foolish, foolish.

Black people, stop the madness of bleaching, whitening, and lightening your skin and have some pride in your race. You had civilizations long before any other race of people. In fact, those other races of people once had to come to you to learn how to become civilized. Any knowledgeable Black person who takes pride in his or her heritage would never try to change what the Universe gave them therefore only foolish Black people bleach their skin.

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THIS BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY LEARNED TO LOVE HER GOD-GIVEN BLaCK BEAUTY!-FROM BUZZFEED.COM

March 6, 2014

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Lupita Nyong’o Delivers Moving Speech About How She Learned To Love The Color Of Her Skin

The Oscar nominated actress spoke candidly in her Black Women in Hollywood acceptance speech about her struggle to understand her own beauty.

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Yesterday, Lupita Nyong’o won the Essence Magazine Black Women In Hollywood Breakthrough Performance Award.

And while she has fast become one of the most idolized women on the red carpet in years…Lupita told the audience that she has not always felt that comfortable with the color of her skin.

Here is the full transcript of her beautifully honest speech.

I wrote down this speech that I had no time to practice so this will be the practicing session. Thank you Alfre, for such an amazing, amazing introduction and celebration of my work. And thank you very much for inviting me to be a part of such an extraordinary community. I am surrounded by people who have inspired me, women in particular whose presence on screen made me feel a little more seen and heard and understood. That it is ESSENCE that holds this event celebrating our professional gains of the year is significant, a beauty magazine that recognizes the beauty that we not just possess but also produce.

I want to take this opportunity to talk about beauty, Black beauty, dark beauty. I received a letter from a girl and I’d like to share just a small part of it with you: “Dear Lupita,” it reads, “I think you’re really lucky to be this Black but yet this successful in Hollywood overnight. I was just about to buy Dencia’s Whitenicious cream to lighten my skin when you appeared on the world map and saved me.”

My heart bled a little when I read those words, I could never have guessed that my first job out of school would be so powerful in and of itself and that it would propel me to be such an image of hope in the same way that the women of The Color Purple were to me.

I remember a time when I too felt unbeautiful. I put on the TV and only saw pale skin, I got teased and taunted about my night-shaded skin. And my one prayer to God, the miracle worker, was that I would wake up lighter-skinned. The morning would come and I would be so excited about seeing my new skin that I would refuse to look down at myself until I was in front of a mirror because I wanted to see my fair face first. And every day I experienced the same disappointment of being just as dark as I was the day before. I tried to negotiate with God, I told him I would stop stealing sugar cubes at night if he gave me what I wanted, I would listen to my mother’s every word and never lose my school sweater again if he just made me a little lighter. But I guess God was unimpressed with my bargaining chips because He never listened.

And when I was a teenager my self-hate grew worse, as you can imagine happens with adolescence. My mother reminded me often that she thought that I was beautiful but that was no conservation, she’s my mother, of course she’s supposed to think I am beautiful. And then Alek Wek came on the international scene. A celebrated model, she was dark as night, she was on all of the runways and in every magazine and everyone was talking about how beautiful she was. Even Oprah called her beautiful and that made it a fact. I couldn’t believe that people were embracing a woman who looked so much like me, as beautiful. My complexion had always been an obstacle to overcome and all of a sudden Oprah was telling me it wasn’t. It was perplexing and I wanted to reject it because I had begun to enjoy the seduction of inadequacy. But a flower couldn’t help but bloom inside of me, when I saw Alek I inadvertently saw a reflection of myself that I could not deny. Now, I had a spring in my step because I felt more seen, more appreciated by the far away gatekeepers of beauty. But around me the preference for light skin prevailed, to the beholders that I thought mattered I was still unbeautiful. And my mother again would say to me you can’t eat beauty, it doesn’t feed you and these words plagued and bothered me; I didn’t really understand them until finally I realized that beauty was not a thing that I could acquire or consume, it was something that I just had to be.

And what my mother meant when she said you can’t eat beauty was that you can’t rely on how you look to sustain you. What is fundamentally beautiful is compassion for yourself and for those around you. That kind of beauty enflames the heart and enchants the soul. It is what got Patsey in so much trouble with her master, but it is also what has kept her story alive to this day. We remember the beauty of her spirit even after the beauty of her body has faded away.

And so I hope that my presence on your screens and in the magazines may lead you, young girl, on a similar journey. That you will feel the validation of your external beauty but also get to the deeper business of being beautiful inside, that there is no shade in that beauty.

Confirmed: Lupita could not be more beautiful.

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BLEACH AND Die!- SENEGAL FIGHTS Massive bleaching!

February 18, 2013

New campaign tells Senegal’s women ‘all black’ is beautiful

By Agence France-Presse
Monday, February 18, 2013 7:20 EST

 
Outraged by adverts urging women to bleach their skin, a spontaneous movement has emerged in Senegal arguing that black is beautiful — and to act otherwise is to risk one’s health.

The campaign sprang up in response to advertisements that appeared in the capital Dakar last year for a cosmetic cream called “Khess Petch”, or “all white” in the local Wolof language.

The posters promised “rapid action” and “results in 15 days”. They showed before and after pictures of a young woman who started out black and ended up with fair skin through depigmentation, locally known as “kheessal” or bleaching.

“We were scandalised (by a poster) suggesting that black is not beautiful because it recommends that young women should transform themselves in a fortnight,” said Aisha Deme, who runs the cultural website Agendakar.com.

“In a spontaneous response, we wanted to elevate the black woman and we launched “Nuul Kukk”, which means “all black”, the young woman added.

So the campaigners put up their own posters in the Senegalese capital, this time showing a proud black woman. The work was done for free by fashion photographer Stephane Tourne and advertising professionals.

The Nuul Kukk campaign, which is highly active online and has its own website, Twitter feed and Facebook page, features local stars, including the rapper Keyti, the stylist Dior Lo and women’s rights activist Kine Fatim Diop.

The campaign is also backed by dermatologist Fatimata Ly, who has been fighting the “kheessal” practice for 10 years as part of the International Association for Information on Artificial Depigmentation.

For Ly, skin-bleaching is a public health concern because “in the general population, 67 in every 100 women practice artificial depigmentation.”

These products reduce the body’s ability to “defend itself against (various) infections”, and they also “have broader effects on health, such as diabetes and high blood pressure,” she added.

The skin-lightening phenomenon exists in several sub-Saharan African countries and in the black diaspora. In Senegal, “it is mainly a feminine practice, even if you find it among men in some particular groups, such as performers,” Ly said.

Whitening creams, milks and gels contain substances initially intended for therapeutic purposes, such as corticosteroids and hydroquinone, and should only be prescribed by doctors, according to Ly.

“Unfortunately, you can find them all across the Senegalese market. They are products that are very accessible,” she said.

At between one euro ($1.3) and 1.5 euros ($2) per product — five or six times cheaper than in a chemist’s shop — they are also affordable, Ly said as she showed pictures on her computer of the damage caused by bleaching products, ranging from swollen legs, bruises and open wounds to blemished skin and burns.

Women are nonetheless drawn to the products because they believe they will make them more beautiful, according to researchers and doctors, and Deme says it’s an uphill battle to convince women otherwise.

“Today’s society imposes criteria for beauty on us… Everybody promotes women with fair skin: the papers, magazines, video clips,” said Deme.

“What we recommend today is just to stop depigmentation. We should stop importing these products and selling them, so that there are no more scandalous advertisements,” she added. “It will take as much time as it takes, it will be long, but we have to fight.”

[Image via Agence France-Presse]

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BLEACH AND DIE!- NIGERIA IS LEADING AFRICA IN THIS ANTI-BLACK PRACTICE AND YORUBAS NO DOUBT OUR THE TOP BLEACHERS IN NIGERIA!-STOP THIS RACIAL SUICIDE!- BE PROUD OF THE BLACK SKIN GOD PUT YOU IN!-FROM THE TRIBUNE NEWSPAPER,NIGERIA!

February 11, 2013
GOD MADE YOU A BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY! O BORA KO DA! DON'TBLEACH AND DIE!

GOD MADE YOU A BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY! O BORA KO DA! DON’TBLEACH AND DIE!

Bleaching and communicable diseases

Written by Dr. Abiodun Adeoye
Saturday, 09 February 2013 12:04

If there is anything that has given me concern of late, it is the rate at which young and old, poor and rich people of African descent, especially Nigerians, engage in skin bleaching.

I once attended a church service where there was visible move of the Holy Spirit with powerful sermon and many souls I would say were won into the kingdom of God. But I was quite astonished to see the telltale signs of skin bleaching on the man of God. I want to believe he is not aware of the side effects of bleaching creams and soap. Or how else would we explain even some of our ‘respected fathers’ in high places who grossly engage in skin bleaching?

If they can be pardoned for lack of awareness of its side effect, can the same hold for actors and actresses in Nollywood? These are people that are supposed to be role models for young generation. After much thought, I feel we should all join hands to tackle this menace. I have never seen a white man who wants to change to dark skin. Is it inferiority complex or lack of adequate information? Yes, in certain communities light skin is associated with success, prestige and envy as women commonly turn to skin lightening products to achieve and maintain their desired complexion.

For example in India, the appeal of fair skin is deeply rooted in the nation’s culture and the caste system. Higher caste members traditionally had lighter skin and were less likely to be involved in manual work. This was shown to account for high rate of skin bleaching among the low caste especially the women. This is not the case in Nigeria, yet World Heart Organisation (WHO) ranked Nigeria first among nations endangering their lives with mercury-containing bleaching cream and soap. They have revealed that over 77 per cent of Nigerians use such products on a regular basis. We are followed by Togo with 59 per cent; South Africa, 35 per cent; and Mali, 25 per cent.

I encourage people in this category to please stop this habit. Skin bleaching contributes immensely to the burden of non-communicable diseases like hypertension, diabetes mellitus, kidney diseases and cancers, just to mention a few. Worldwide, non-communicable diseases account for more than 70 per cent of deaths.

While the infectious or communicable diseases are being wiped out in developed and some developing countries, same is not true in Nigeria. This is a double burden on our economy. The fight against polio and HIV is enough headache; don’t add more to it by using bleaching cream and soap. The dangers of bleaching creams and soap are many.

Dangers of bleaching agents
The side effect depends on the ingredients contained in the cream or soap. Unfortunately, most of the manufacturers don’t give accurate information about the percentages of these dangerous ingredients. Hydroquinone is the commonly used active ingredient in many of these bleaching creams. This chemical works by stopping the production of melanin, which is responsible for the darkening of a person’s skin tone. Hydroquinone, when used in right proportion for limited time frame, may not be harmful. According to the US Food and Drug Agency, only two per cent content is allowed but most products have up to four per cent or even more. When used on long term basis, side effects set in. Exogenous ochronosis is a well known effect of prolong use. There is a paradoxical darkening of the skin which follows an initial skin lightening. Wherever I see people in this category, I appreciate absolute ignorance in them. Who will want to get a temporary light skin and later lapse into terrible scaly and thick dark skin with bumps thatare worse than his or her initial black and shine? Instead of allowing ridicule by the community, kindly stop the use of hydroquinone today.

Steroids are another culprit in the bleaching creams and other formulations. Bleaching creams like Dermovate, Movate, Top Gel, and Nuvotone have been found to contain the extremely potent steroids betamethasone and clobetasol propionate. Again, these are extremely cheap and available in all corners over the counter.

A researcher states that “with high-potency topical steroids used for a long time, you can get suppression of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal system. And with that suppression, you can get these endocrine problems like Cushing’s disease and diabetes.”

Black men and women have an increased risk of developing diabetes, and topical steroids would heighten their risk dramatically. With Cushing’s disease, there is excessive weight gain; rounded moon shape faces with reduced immunity. All sorts of infections are reported. Hypertension, stroke or depressions can occur. In case of accidents, there is poor wound healing and under stress, they bleed into the skin and brain.

Another ingredient is inorganic mercury which is injurious to the whole body system. According to WHO, once the chemicals get absorbed into the skin and enter the blood stream, the complications are worse. The effects include kidney damage, reduction in the skin resistance to bacterial and fungal infections, anxiety, depression, psychosis and peripheral neuropathy. Others are skin rashes, swelling of the skin, irritation, seizures, numbness, pain tremors and memory loss.

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Gabourey SIDIBE-OUR BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY IS. HONOURED BY ESSENCE MAGAZINE !

January 26, 2012

http://www.marketwatch.com/m/story/7ae9076a-5d4e-4c72-8873-f4c7a307ca7c?pageNumber=1&allPages=True. . K erry Washington, Paula Patton, Shonda Rhimes, Octavia Spencer, & Pam Grier to be Honored at the 5th Annual Essence Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon

–Essence Celebrates African-American Women Who Shine on the Big and Small Screen; Spotlights Black Women Writers, Directors, and Producers; and Addresses Re-Defining Roles of Black Women in Front of the Camera and Behind-the-Scenes –Essence.com To Exclusively Live Stream From The Red Carpet, Bringing Stars, Style & Sizzle Up Close! –Essence Annual Hollywood Issue Hits Newsstands February 12th

NEW YORK, Jan. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Today, ESSENCE is pleased to announce the 5th annual ESSENCE Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon honoring the industry’s most exciting African-American talent–both in front of the camera and behind-the-scenes in Hollywood. Taking place on February 23, 2012 at the Beverly Hills Hotel, ESSENCE will celebrate five extraordinary women who have left an indelible impression with their work within the film and television industries: Kerry Washington (Vanguard Award), Octavia Spencer (Breakthrough Performance), Pam Grier (Legend Award), Paula Patton (Shining Star Award) and Shonda Rhimes (Visionary Award presented by Lincoln). This star-studded event commemorates ESSENCE magazine’s annual Hollywood issue and in honor of the fifth anniversary, Essence.com is giving fans exclusive access to all the red-carpet celebrity style, action and interviews via live stream from 11:30am to 12:30pm PST and re-airing that evening at 9:00pm EST.

“Black women actors, writers, directors and producers still lack diverse opportunities in Hollywood and, unfortunately, are often overlooked during awards season,” commented ESSENCE Editor-in-Chief Constance White. “The ESSENCE Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon exists to provide a fitting tribute to the brilliant talent and accomplishments of African-American trailblazers like Kerry, Pam, Paula, Octavia and Shonda and celebrate their collective work as an inspiration for generations to come.”

Since its commencement in 2008, ESSENCE Black Women in Hollywood has honored Halle Berry, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Angela Bassett, Queen Latifah, Taraji P. Henson, Viola Davis, Jennifer Hudson, Zoe Saldana, Mary J. Blige, Gabourey Sidibe, Jurnee Smollett, Ruby Dee, Diahann Carroll, Cicely Tyson, Loretta Devine, Gina Prince-Bythewood, and Suzanne de Passe. As one of the most highly anticipated events during Oscar week, this A-List event has hosted some of Hollywood’s elite, including Tom Cruise, Will Smith, Amy Adams, Samuel L. Jackson, Forest Whitaker, James Cameron, and Laurence Fishburne, among many others.

Stay tuned to Essence.com for highlights and behind-the-scenes access to ESSENCE Black Women in Hollywood. Follow us on Twitter @essenceonline #EssenceBWIH. Join in the discussion on Facebook.

Sponsors for the ESSENCE Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon include presenting sponsor Lincoln, as well as partner sponsors ING, L’Oreal Paris and Smartwater.

About the ESSENCE Black Women in Hollywood honorees:

Kerry Washington: As the recipient of the Vanguard Award, Kerry Washington has built an impressive list of credits starring in award winning, critically acclaimed films such as The Last King of Scotland opposite Oscar Award winner Forest Whitaker and Ray for which she won “Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture” at the NAACP Image Awards. In 2010, Washington made her Broadway debut in David Mamet’s provocative hit Race with James Spader and David Alan Grier. Washington appeared with Matt Damon, Josh Brolin and Sean Penn in Howard Zinn’s documentary The People Speak. In addition to earning praise for her accomplishments within her acting career, Washington was appointed by President Barack Obama to the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities in November of 2009. She will next be seen in We the Peeples with Craig Robinson, 1000 Words with Eddie Murphy, and The Details with Toby Maguire. Kerry is set to star

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>MICHAEL JACKSON WAS BLEACHING-THIS LED TO SKIN DISEASE AND FINALLY SKIN CANCER-BEFORE HE COULD DIE OF THAT HE DIED OF DRUGS!

August 27, 2010

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>BLEACH AND DIE-IN JAMAICA THE BIGGEST KILLER NOW IS SKIN CANCER AND THIS IS COMING FROM BLEACHING!!-BLACK PEOPLE STOP COMMITTING RACIAL SUICIDE AND KILLING YOURSELF IN THE PROCESS-DAPADA!!-STOP BLEACHING,LOVE BLACK SKIN AND LIVE!

June 5, 2010

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JAMAICIAN HEALTH OFFICIALS WARN ON BLEACHING!:STOP DESTROYING YOUR BEAUTIFUL BLACK SKIN COLOR!

By Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade

BLEACH AND DIE OF SKIN CANCER EVENTUALLY LIKE BLACK PEOPLE ARE DYING OF IN JAMAICA!
BLEACH AND DIE OF SKIN CANCER EVENTUALLY LIKE BLACK PEOPLE ARE DYING OF IN JAMAICA!

IF YOU NEED AN OPERATION THE DOCTORS WILL NOT BE ABLE TO SEW YOUR SKIN UP AGAIN BECAUSE THESE CHEMICALS DESTROY YOUR SKIN FOREVER!

IF YOU NEED AN OPERATION THE DOCTORS WILL NOT BE ABLE TO SEW YOUR SKIN UP AGAIN BECAUSE THESE CHEMICALS DESTROY YOUR SKIN FOREVER!

THIS SOUTH AFRICAN BROTHER AND SISTER ARE REGRETTING BLEACHING NOW!
THIS SOUTH AFRICAN BROTHER AND SISTER ARE REGRETTING BLEACHING NOW!

YOUR SKIN WILL REACT BADLY TO THE STRONG CHEMICALS IN THESE BLEACHING CREAMS AND WILL NEVER BE THE SAME!

YOUR SKIN WILL REACT BADLY TO THE STRONG CHEMICALS IN THESE BLEACHING CREAMS AND WILL NEVER BE THE SAME!

BLEACH AND BECOME A MONSTER LIKE MICHAEL JACKSON!
BLEACH AND BECOME A MONSTER LIKE MICHAEL JACKSON!

FROM: blacknet.co.uk

Jamaica warns of skin bleaching risk
Chemical skin lightening has become so popular among young people in Jamaica that health officials launched a campaign to teach them about the dangers. The campaign, Don’t Kill the Skin, will begin next month. “Skin bleaching has become a fast and risky way for young men and women to become beautiful,” Horace Dalley told a group of children at a Kingston library. The focus will be on products that contain hydroquinone, a substance that reduces the melanin growth in the skin, Dalley said.
Don’t kill the skin campaign targets illegal bleaching products Don’t kill the skin campaign targets illegal bleaching products.
Neprosone Gel, Hyprogel, Dermo Gel Plus and Movate Cream are just some of the illegal products used by Jamaicans to bleach their skin which the Ministry of Health will seek to keep off of the street once its “Don’t Kill the Skin” campaign gets underway next month.
Health Minister Horace Dalley said under the islandwide campaign, slated to last for five months, the Standards and Regulations Division will increase its inspection of businesses and individual vendors to confiscate illegal pharmaceutical items. Dr Clive Anderson, consultant dermatologist and venereologist at Nuttall Medical Centre, greets Patricia Eves-McKenzie, a counsellor at the University of Technology, during an Educational Lecture at the Tom Redcam Library in Kingston titled ‘Bleachers Beware’. Valerie Germaine, acting director of the Pharmaceutical and Regulatory Affairs Branch of the Standards and Regulation Division in the Ministry of Health, lookson. (Photos: Garfield Robinson)
“If unaddressed, skin bleaching may soon amount to a health crisis of serious proportion, as many dermatologists are already reporting that some patients seek help far too late to reverse the damage already done to the skin,” Dalley said in message read at an educational lecture entitled ‘Bleachers Beware’, at the Tom Redcam Library in Kingston last Thursday. The lecture is also a component of the campaign.
Dalley added that the lecture series and the upcoming public fora are critical to increase awareness about the dangers of skin bleaching and how to identify harmful pharmaceutical products on the market.
“Dermatologists have pointed out that most bleaching creams contain Hydroquinone, a chemical available only by prescription in Europe and closely regulated in the United States,” he said. “. Prolonged use of creams containing Hydroquinone stops the production of melanin, a natural pigment that protects the skin from the sun, as well as increases the likelihood of cancers.” Some of the products used by Jamaicans to bleach their skin that the health ministry says are illegal.
Dr Clive Anderson, consultant dermatologist and venereologist at Nuttall Medical Centre, explained that bleaching the skin attacks the pigment and is the single most destructive act that can be done to the skin. He disclosed that persons use these creams on the entire body, including the genital areas, which may, over time, cause skin cancer.
“When the skin is damaged it does not perform the protective function it is supposed to, so you can easily get an infection,” said Dr Anderson. “It is very worrying, because a lot of persons know that they are doing severe damage to the skin and persist in it. Some of this damage is reversible; a lot of it is not reversible. We need to realise that when we use these products, we are doing our skin immeasurable harm. There is no advantage to lightening our skin colour and at the same time damaging our skin. Beautiful skin really is healthy skin, whatever the colour.”
Dr Anderson also explained that most bleaching creams contain steroids, which absorb into the bloodstream. He said if used by pregnant and nursing women, the creams can sometimes result in retarded growth of the foetus or infant.
Currently, bleaching creams are easily accessible in Jamaica, especially from street vendors in downtown Kingston and Spanish Town.
Valerie Germaine, acting director of the Pharmaceutical and Regulatory Affairs Branch of the Standards and Regulation Division in the Ministry of Health, said these products are not approved by the Ministry of Health as they are in direct breach of the Food and Drug Act.
Germaine said under the Food and Drug Act, sales and distribution of illegal prescription drugs can attract a fine of $60,000 per offence or imprisonment. She also warned that persons found in possession of these illegal products with no means of explaining how they obtained them, are in breach of the Act and can be fined or imprisoned as well.
Last year, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proposed a ban on over-the-counter sales of skin-lightening products, saying possible health risks cannot justify their being sold without a prescription.
Germaine said the ministry has been able to confiscate some of these illegal drugs, which are also sold in wholesales.
“We are currently in the process of tracing the origin of these products with the assistance of the Jamaica Constabulary Force,” she said.
But even as the ministry moves to clamp down on the illegal products, Germaine said persons are also using home remedies to bleach their skin.
“There are several combinations, including curry powder, cornmeal, toothpaste and bleach,” she said. “This is very dangerous.”
And despite the fact that the initial effects of using bleaching cream are normally favourable, Germaine warned that there may be internal adverse effects from using these products.
“Your liver could be damaged and you are not aware,” she said. “While all may seem well for some persons, there are many persons that may be suffering from conditions caused by these products.”
The effects of the use of products containing steroids to bleach the skin include:
. Increased risk in skin cancer
. Thinning of the skin
. Irreversible stretch marks
. Easy bruising and tearing of the skin
. Susceptibility to infection
. Delayed wound healing
. Hyperpigmentation

21 Responses to “JAMAICIAN HEALTH OFFICIALS WARN ON BLEACHING!:STOP DESTROYING YOUR BEAUTIFUL BLACK SKIN COLOR!”

  1. finanza a milano Says:
    finanza a milano
    JAMAICIAN HEALTH OFFICIALS WARN ON BLEACHING!:STOP DESTROYING YOUR
  2. Lee Says:
    Its sad that our people have been taught to hate themselves to the point that they are becoming irrationall and destroying themselves. Im a 17 year old Black american girl. I love Black, Black is beautiful.
  3. Sanajakim Says:
    white people are trying to be like us. they try to get tan, they get dred locks, they dress like us and act like us. if we are trend setters we shoudn’t lower ourselves by following the follower.
  4. olubimbola Says:
    black is definitely beautiful! i learnt that after 15yrs of bleaching my skin with all manners of steroids. i stopped bleaching 3 months ago and i’m liking the way i look now. sometimes, i get the occasional temptations to lighten some parts, but i overcome them eventually. please do the same.
  5. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:
    Sister Olubimbola, E ku se o!(Well done!) You have stopped bleaching and you are now no longer “sinning” according to the l0 Commandments,thou shall not covert another man’s…skin color” but thank Olodumare(GOD) for your own beautiful BLACK skin color. The devil cannot tempt you again! Ase!(Amen)
  6. Cee Says:
    I’m using glyquin xm (which has 4% hydroquinone) to help remove dark spots on my face and bikini area. Should I stop? Please let me know. I’m getting married in November and I really want these spots gone.
  7. charismaallover Says:
    From a black woman on the blackness ,It’s the melanin that keeps us younger looking longer and keeps our skin looking fresh and beautiful. It’s the melanin that protects our skin
    from the sun. Melanin is our friend.
  8. charismaallover Says:
    Yeye, it’s terrible Jamaican people using these products. It’s best to be black and stay black.
  9. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:
    CEE,You must stop! Remember that any chemical you use on your skin will harm it and the strong one you are using will eventually cause skin cancer! It will mess up your skin and the side effects will be more problems with your skin until there is no real skin left-then if you have to go for doctors help there will be no skin for him to operate with. Even ordinary face powder contains chemicals which will produce different shades on your face ruining your natural skin color. The best advise always is not to use anything that is not natural on your skin.Dark spots you are talking about where no doubt cause by face powder use etc. so now you you need to look for natural methods like egg yolk mask etc. Go to any site that talks about natural (kitchen) methods to care for your skin. I will look too,BUT STOP USING THAT CHEMICAL ON YOUR SKIN NOW!
  10. Dulce Says:
    this was a wonderful post sister and right on time. i have a blog dedicated to the health of blacks world wide. my current theme is skin and the post i am working on right now is about the dangers of bleaching creams and hydroquinone. I am saddend to know that this epidemic still plagues African descedants and other people of color world wide.
  11. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:
    A reply from my bleaching emails:
    Akli,
    This article is god sent. I dont know if you know that I am working as a licensed esthethician in Washington , DC and I have so many
    African clients that have permenately damaged their skin with bleach.
    A little sun screen every day will take care of uneven skin tones and prevent cancer causing cells from starting. Our Mothers used to say stay out of the sun. This advice is so timely as the sun is our worst enemy for different reasons now. The mantra should be use sun screen not bleach.
    Peace and love
    Jennifer I. Latifa Johnson
    umosman@yahoo..com
    Jenniferlatifajohnson@gmail.com
    1927 Otis Street N.E.Washington, DC 20018
    202 635-7842
  12. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:
    Dulce,please list your site here or give me permission to list it,so that Black people can be helped without bleaching.
  13. portia Says:
    i feel like i am truly blessed to have come into this site and join this conversation. I have used quite a number of skin products in the last couple of months because of pigmentation and blemishes on my skin. These where over the counter products, not containing hydroquinone according to my knowledge. Until a friend gave me a product to use a month ago i have received comments from collegues and friends about how my face is so light in comparison to the rest of my body. Though i stopped using the cream now, the distinction is still there and i feel so embarrassed because throughout my body my skin is so uneven. How can i get an even tone throughout mybody and hopefully reverse the damage on my face even though it’s not so serve?
  14. Litic Says:
    I have been using clear essence fade cream for the passed 6 yrs. It contains 2% hydroquine and has lightened my skin uniformly with no mess . So which creams do u people use that damage ur skins to the extent that u start condeming all the lightening creams. Of course there harmful creams like bio claire, movate,G&G,peau claire, jaribu, makari to name but a few. Then there good ones like fair&white exclusive whitenerzer(oil,soap & lottion) clear essence max tone lottion n fade cream. Body white clearing gel. Fade out lightening milk. Caris. Palmers skin success . For more info u can contact me on +260977966239
    • Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:
      Litic,Sister you are playing with fire! You are putting dangerous chemicals in your body which will destroy it little by little and give you skin cancer in the long run,if it doesn’t kill you on the operating table! Blacken up! Bleaching is wrong,unGODLY and not defendable! Be proud of the skin GOD has put you in! Stop coverting another person’s skin color and breaking the 10 commandments. Start loving you beautiful Black skin! It is the best and last forever-BLACK DON’T CRACK! CUT OUT THIS INFERIORITY COMPLEX induced by white slave mentality! LOVE YOUR BEAUTIFUL BLACK SELF!
  15. Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:
    I PUBLISHED THIS AT MY FACEBOOK SITE IN MY ALBUM: “BLEACH AND BE A MONSTER LIKE MICHAEL JACKSON! BLEACH AND DIE!|” JUNE 25
    JUST SAW IN THE GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER(LONDON),SAT. MAY 23,2009,PAGE 44 IN “THIS WEEK” COLUMN BY LUCY MANGAN COMMENTING ON MICHAEL JACKSON’S UPCOMING TOUR OF UK-
    “AND THERE HAVE ALSO BEEN RUMOURS THAT MICHAEL JACKSON HAS BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH SKIN CANCER” !
    THAT’S WHAT BLEACHING LEADS TO-SKIN CANCER BECAUSE THOSE CHEMICALS DESTROY YOUR TOP SKIN AND LEAVE YOU UNPROTECTED AGAINST DISEASE ETC.
    NOW THE BROTHER IS DEAD! ON CNN MAN IN THE MIRROR LAST NIGHT 28JUNE A SKIN DOCTOR SAID THAT MJ BLEACHED SO MUCH THAT HE GOT A SKIN DISEASE AND IF THIS DEVELOPED INTO SKIN CANCER ALREADY SEE WHAT THIS HAS ALL LED TO! THE LESSON IS DON’T BLEACH!
  16. MOMO Says:
    20 years ago when i was 15 years old i was made to use Jaribu soap (antiseptic soap with bleaching agents) to clear the acne/pimples and it did. Soon after, my skin was asking for stronger creams to clear the acne/pimples whenever they appeared.
    I leant a healthy lesson recently as i am now a total vegetarian and i do not take any drugs. I use the eight (8) laws of health to heal when i get sick. i.e Natural Remedies: It is called NEW START.
    N – Nutrition
    E – Exercise
    W – Water
    S – Sunshine
    T – Temperance
    A – Air
    R – Rest
    T – Trust in God
    I discovered that my body reacted severely to drugs taken in so did it with those applied on the skin.
    So i have done away with all sorts of skin treatments and i am home and dry. No acne/pimples. No succumbing to peer pressure and being happy the way i am. I am lucky i haven’t developed “i cam to stay marks” on my face. Actually i look younger that my age.
    • Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:
      MOMO, you are great! YOU HAVE LEARNT A GREAT BLACK LESSON-DO NOT EVER TAKE DRUGS TO DO ANYTHING TO YOUR SKIN! THE CHEMICALS IN THEM WILL START YOU ON THE ROAD TO SKIN CANCER AND DEATH! YOUR EXAMPLE WILL INSPIRE MANY BLACK PEOPLE. ME TOO, I EVEN ONLY USE WATER TO WASH MY FACE SINCE I WAS A TEENAGER AND DISCOVERED THAT WHITE PEOPLE’S SOAP AFFECTED MY SKIN TOO MUCH. ANOTHER ADVICE IS TO NOT USE POWDER,ESPECIALLY WHITE POWDER WHICH NIGERIANS ARE FOND OF USING ON YOUR FACE FOR IT WILL RESULT IN DIFFERENT SHADES OF COLOR ON YOUR FACE!
      BLACK ON SISTER!
      • Yeye Akilimali Funua Olade Says:
        MICHAEL JACKSON BLEACHED AND DEVELOPED SKIN DISEASE,VITILAGO AND BEFORE HE DIED HAD DEVELOPED SKIN CANCER AND SKIN CANCER IS WHAT BLEACHING LEADS TO EVENTUALLY-THAT IS THE BLACK TRUTH! TAKE THE TRUTH OR LEAVE IT! HERE AT BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL! WE TEACH THE LOVE OF BLACKNESS! WE CAN NEVER DEFEND BLACK SELF HATRED IN ANY FORM! CORRECT YOURSELF IF YOU HATE YOUR BLACK SELF- GO TO GOD AND LET GOD SHOW YOU THAT HE HAS CREATED YOU THE BEAUTIFUL CREATION THAT YOU ARE! DON’T COVERT ANOTHER MAN’S SKIN COLOR-LOVE THE SKIN YOU ARE IN! LESSONS FOR BLACK PEOPLE WE WILL CONTINUE TO PREACH! WAKE UP SKIN BLEACHERS-BLEACH AND DIE!
  17. Carl Says:
    This is definitely a criminal act on the part of pharamceutical companies that produce and sale this hideous product , and a crime against humanity ! Iam appalled that The Untited States Government allows Corporate pimps to engage in this type of exploitation of the masses !
  18. HELPME Says:
    It sad to know so many black people in the world are bleching, i used to bleach and thank god i dont anymore. I wish others could wake up and be proud of how god made them. I want to share my story with everybody but i want to email you personally sister so could you please email me because i dont know where to reach you at. Keep up the good work, you are such a big motivation to all black people.

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