Africa News

Skin bleaching cancer cases recorded in Africa

Skin lightening, new pandemic among African women, at what cost? avoid it at all costs. 50% of African women bleach their skin, the highest being Nigeria 77%.

Bleaching creams and injections put you at risk of skin cancers, damage to vital organs like the liver and kidneys, skin irritation and allergy, skin burn and rashes, wrinkles, premature skin aging, deforms unborn child, and prolonged wound healing.

Togo recently reported their first case of skin squamous cell carcinoma(skin cancer) linked to skin bleaching products, many cancer cases have been reported in other African countries.

The black man always wishes to be white, we see it by:

1) Lightening their skin even to the extent of getting injections and drips
2) Long hair be it natural or fake
3) Bragging that their kids know and can speak more English than vernacular

And white man has shown us in actions and words that they don’t or never wish to be black in any way.

In other news – Pregnant Serena Williams reveals her belly care routine

Serena Williams, 41, shared how she’s taking care of her belly during her second pregnancy, in a new YouTube video that was posted on July 15. The tennis champion, who is expecting her second child with her husband Alexis Ohanian, showed off her bare baby bump as she talked about the skincare products she’s been using to keep her stomach area stretchable and free from “stretch marks,” in the clip.

She was joined by her adorable daughter Olympia, 5, and the tot shouted, “Action!” at the beginning of the video, proudly serving as her mom’s director, before she started getting into her routine. Read More