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Lighter skin is a dangerous beauty ideal in India E-mail
Whites have to spend hours in the sun for that healthy tan to brown. A color that Indians by nature, but the sun you will quickly see they are not so do. The beauty ideal of the modern Indian woman writes just as light as possible skin. An ideal which stems from the caste system. The lighter your skin the higher your status. The cosmetics industry in India is useful in that by increasing skin relief products on the market.
Young Indian girls find it very normal to their faces morning to spread with talcum powder. On me that pale koppies as a major flu epidemic, but for them that the height of beauty. Unfortunately, the not talcum powder. Some wealthier Indian woman looking her refuge in chemical products. Permanent light spots and blisters on the face are the result. Some products contain a high concentration was found. For Dutch, it is clear that long your skin can only darker colors. If your daily advertisements on Indian television to believe the opposite is also possible. A while back Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan has a spot for one of the product itself. If the king of Bollywood says it should be run? A dot of light comes from the modeling world. Nayanika Chatterjee is also called the Indian Naomi Campbell said. It is a popular model on the catwalk. It's just a sad fact that this beautiful woman is still not much darker than most Indian girls. Until a model or actress on TV, which shows that a dark skin as admire it, they will continue to use dangerous products.
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