People Now Use Home Cleaning Creams to Bleach Their Skin?

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Once again, nothing wey person no go hear. Lol. According to MediaTakeOut, there’s a new trend in South Africa, where girls use “Handy Andy” – which is like cleaning cream with bleach (meant for cleaning homes) – on their skin. Over time the cleaning cream eats away at the skin, and gives an appearance of a “lighter” complexion. Is this really happening in SA?

Source: LIB

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  1. who ever told u this is crazy or u are the mad one, lol or maybe u tried it and it did’nt work and u decided to post this rubbish.

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