Thursday, December 26, 2019

6 reasons to get rid of equity creams for you and your child

It is a tempting concept: use a product every day and it will become more fair and beautiful than ever. But before jumping into the user band of the impartiality cream, consider the following 6 facts about impartiality creams.

1. Contain Bleaching Agents

One of the reasons why equity creams produce the results they get is because they contain bleaching agents. These chemicals are what give that typical elastic feel and texture when you apply the cream. They are also the reason why impartiality creams show the results in the promised time, since only bleach can work so instantly.

However, these chemicals, such as mercury, nickel, chromium, hydroquinone, are really harmful to the skin in the long term. In fact, they shouldn’t even be in beauty products in the first place. Studies have shown that inorganic mercury, such as present in beauty products, can cause psychological problems such as depression and anxiety.

2. Long-term use can lead to dull, dry, patchy and discolored skin

While the initial results of equity creams may seem promising, prolonged or routine use can lead to many skin problems. It has been documented that daily use of creams for impartiality can make your skin look worse than it started!

Many of the chemicals mentioned above cause severe skin discoloration, a process known as refractory pigmentation. It causes the skin to lose its natural color, leaving it with a darker, irregular and lifeless appearance

3. Many of the side effects are irreversible

Refractory pigmentation is a particularly difficult condition to treat. But it is not the only side effect of equity creams. Daily use of equity creams, as almost all fairness cream ads recommend, can lead to any of the following problems:

  • Photosensitivity (the skin becomes sensitive to exposure to
  • sunlight)
  • Allergies
  • Acne
  • Facial hair growth
  • Skin cancer

Many of these conditions are for life and extremely difficult to treat. Once developed, you will have to live with them.

4. They don’t really give promised results

While creams for impartiality give instant results (because they contain bleaching agents), they don’t really make your complexion clearer or clearer. In addition, these results are not lasting. On the contrary, the lasting effects of creams for equity are detrimental to your skin and your health. But when you realize this, it may be too late.

5. You can save BIG BUCKS

Surprised? Well, creams for equity cost between INR50 and INR2000 for a 50 g package. If you use the cream every day (as the ads indicate), a 50 g package will last approximately 2 or 3 weeks. So you are buying about 2 packages every month. That is anywhere between INR1200 and INR48000 a year! Can you give it up?

Add to this the fact that: there is no single solution to impartiality. Most brands will present different products for different ages, different skin types, different seasons

They will even recommend combining the cream with a similar soap or a face wash, etc. Can you imagine the amount of money you would save if you didn’t have to buy any of these products?

6. There is more to life than just ‘skin color’

The most exaggerated of the impartiality creams is how they encourage equity as the only thing that is missing from their life and prevent them from achieving phenomenal success in every sphere of their life. It is both ridiculous and scary: ridiculous because it is not true and frightening because, is that the message we want to convey to our children? That your skin color can and should decide if you succeed in life?

Did you know that creams for equity not only cause skin cancer but also unwanted facial hair growth, skin allergies, skin thinning and facial discoloration?

  • Hydrate your skin before bed each night. Wash your face with clean, clean water three times a day to remove dirt and dirt

What you can do instead of using fair creams

  • Always use sunscreen when you go out to protect your skin from harmful UV rays that age and damage the skin.
  • Increase your intake of fruits rich in vitamin C such as oranges. Vitamin C helps in cell renewal, protects from sun damage and also increases elastin in your skin and collagen production, keeps your skin plump and healthy
  • If you are using quality creams, make sure they are based on aloe and contain very natural ingredients. Aloe adapts to Indian skin and weather conditions.
  • Hydrate! Drink approximately 2 liters of water every day and 3-4 if you lead an active lifestyle.
  • Have antioxidant-rich foods such as berries, kidneys, dark chocolate, coriander, turmeric, etc.
  • Exfoliate your skin at least twice a week to remove dead cells and keep your skin shiny

The impartiality creams, in their commitment to sell themselves, trivialize the success, work and life of some of the world’s greatest leaders, artists and philanthropists. In addition, it takes more than a fair skin to succeed in life and have good, deep and meaningful friendships and relationships.

Do you still want to buy / continue using that justice cream?

As a parting thought, we would like to leave you with this quote from Shekhar Kapur:

‘Cosmetic companies are trying to turn India into a nation of albinos. There is no dark area in any part of the body. Except maybe our hearts. Do you have a cream for that? Wear your skin, whatever your color, such as a badge, a medal, an honor. Be proud of the skin you are in!

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