Bleaching Cream

A hydroquinone-based cosmetic decolouring cream used by those who perceive their skin as being too dark
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Ima beat you til you wished there was a bleaching cream strong enough to reverse it," Moniece wrote.
The chemicals in the bleaching cream irritate some people's skin, and just like shaving and waxing, you'll have to do the job over and over again as your hair grows out.
He has just taken his bath and is still wearing a towel; his hairy legs with stubborn black spots that have resisted his original bleaching cream are exposed.
People use to say "face creams", meaning that the woman or man has treated his/her face with some bleaching cream.
When I was a teenager, I secretly bought facial bleaching cream to get rid of the trail of freckles across my nose.
30) Translation: I'm proud of my bleaching because my bleaching cream is expensive/I am not hiding--I rub on my 'Doctor Clear" (a skin lightening cream)/Look how my face is pretty, many men stare at me.
s Black & White bleaching cream, which the company acquired in the 1980s, is one such heritage brand.
If you see no improvement after six weeks, see a doc for a bleaching cream or to check insulin levels.
Tip: Timely treatment of acne will usually prevent dark spots from forming; if discoloration persists, experts suggest using a bleaching cream to even your skin tone.
Localized exogenous ochronosis (blue-black hyper pigmentation) of the face developed in a fifty year-old black woman who had used a proprietary bleaching cream containing 2% hydroquinone up to six times daily for about two and half years.