Saturday, August 26, 2017


Meaning that it is quite popular in the United States. However, it is illegal in some African countries. Until recent research, I had always assumed that skin whitening was a traditional Asian aesthetic trend.

For instance, it is said that the Chinese want to have whiter skin because it is linked with higher social classes inside the Chinese society. From the Qin dynasty, there is this a social ranking in which scholars and officers were always on the top of the social class. What’s the characteristic of scholars or officers?

They work indoors, not outdoors.

Dr. Margaret Hunter, head of the Sociology Department at Mills College, has seen the popularity of bleaching creams surge in recent years. “Skin bleaching is a growing phenomenon around the world and it’s becoming a bigger business,” she says.

“Now it’s a multi-billion dollar business and all the biggest cosmetic companies sell products that are supposed to lighten your skin.”

We are not here to judge the reasons someone may want to lighten their skin, it’s a personal choice. When I was a teenager I was always at the tanning booth because I thought tanned skin looked good.

Personally, I think it’s all about “how you wear it” (how you carry yourself), and if something gives you more confidence then I say go for it!

Natural 2-Step Skin Whitening Method

Why buy expensive and possibly toxic commercial skin whitening products when you can try this simple method that will get you great results. Just be sure to follow each step carefully or else it won’t be as effective.

Step 1 – Scrub
  • Take 1 teaspoon raw organic sugar and put it in a bowl
  • Put 3 teaspoons freshly squeezed organic orange juice
  • Then, put 1 teaspoon of olive oil
  • Add 1 teaspoon of raw organic honey
  • Stir everything nicely and your scrub is ready to apply
Massage on your skin for several minutes.

Wipe it off using damp cotton cloth.

Wash it off with lukewarm water.

Step 2 – Skin whitening
  • Put 2 teaspoons of rice flour in a bowl
  • Add ¼ of a teaspoon of baking soda
  • Add 6 teaspoons freshly squeezed organic orange juice
  • Stir it all well
  • Put a thick layer of this mixture on your skin
  • Leave it to rest for 20 minutes
  • Rub it for two minutes and wash it off.
The video below demonstrates a similar, but a slightly different method to consider as well. We suggest that you try both methods to see which one gets you better results.

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