I don’t bleach my skin, I lighten it - Actress Khanyi Mbau reveals

I don’t bleach my skin, I lighten it - Actress Khanyi Mbau reveals

- Many have wondered why some people like to bleach their skin

- South African actress Khanyi Mbau recently explained that there is a difference between bleaching and skin whitening

- She also revealed the advantages of skin bleaching

It’s no longer news that we are in an age where some women have embraced skin bleaching or skin whitening. One example of this would be male Snapchat queen Bobrisky.

Now, one South African personality and actress known for her white skin has come out to deny that she bleaches her skin. She said she only lightens it.

“There’s this thing where people believe that I bleach my skin. I don’t bleach my skin, I lighten it. There is a difference between lightening and bleaching, and people just don’t get it,” she told South African live video streaming service, VOOV.

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I don’t bleach my skin, I lighten it - Actress Khanyi Mbau reveals

Actress Khanyi Mbau before and after (Image courtesy Google)

“People who are lightening their skins using gallons and overd*se on (skin whitening products) glutathione tend to have skin like mine. Pinkish, lightish, like an albino colour. My skin does (have this complexion) because I overdo everything in life. There are no side effects. All it does is make me lighter and it is like having loads of vitamin C, which means I don’t get the flu easily.” She also added.

Watch Bobrisky tell NAIJ TV why he decided to bleach his skin below:

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Source: Entertainment.naij.com

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