by Chinwe Okafor
Well, she does have a point… at the moment at least.
Remember back in the day when bleaching creams prevailed and we saw our moms clamor for it, no matter how it was made and what it was made of?
In most cases, it ended up leaving their skins badly burnt and in patches. Dencia says her cream isn’t like that, and that it’s in fact, safe.
And maybe, just maybe she’s colour-blind, as she says she’s still a ‘black and beautiful African’.
She took to her Instagram page to say, “Did you lighten your skin? Me: yes si, oui But I did it the safe way. I used #whitenicious #envydia. They mad at me cuz they mad at themselves,their mamas,grandmas,aunties use that poisonous Mercury & Hydroquinone filled crap & look a mess. Stay angry or get flawless. The choice is yours leopards. �� I’m still a black & beautiful African ..Numbers dont lie, bloggers do. I did not invent Skin lightening I Only made it safer and Better for people who want to fix what other toxic products have messed up,for men & women with darkspots,age spots,liver spots,hyperpigmentation,stretch marks and other skin blemishes.Hundreds of thousands of happy clients of all races in 18 months That’s proof that people will support you when you have a product that really works. Like @perezhilton said Whitenicious is the most polarizing product of our century so U either hate it or love it. I’ll still do me. S/o to everyone who has supported me regardless and s/o to everyone who throw the rocks I used to build this empire. #IaintEvenWearingMakeUpInThisPicture”