Celebrities all over the world love to look good and in their bid to appear their best, they sometimes do things some people might consider harmful to them.
Recently, a popular trend has been rocking the social media which is called the 10 years challenge. The movement involves individuals posting photos from a decade ago alongside a more recent one.
Many people jumped on the trend seeing as it showcased the obvious growth that has taken place in their lives and celebrities were not left out.
Several Nigerian entertainers who participated in the movement impressed some of their fans while others were left shocked at the obvious difference in their appearance.
Some fans even speculated that some stars had used creams to lighten their skin tone while others argued that the quality of camera as well as the presence of light is probably responsible for their lighter shade in the photos.
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Legit.ng has gathered eight 10 years challenge photos of some celebrities who have been accused of bleaching for appearing lighter in their recent pictures.
1. Toke Makinwa
3. Tayo 'Sikiratu Sindodo' Odueke
4. Iyabo Ojo
5. Mercy Aigbe
6. Linda Ikeji
7. Faithia Balogun Williams
8. Toyin Lawani
Meanwhile Legit.ng previously reported that an East African country, Rwanda, recently banned bleaching creams from all shops across the country.
While many countries continue to launch campaigns creating awareness about the dangers of bleaching, the Rwandan government has taken the bold step to ban all skin-whitening and bleaching products in the country.
This is coming shortly after the president, Paul Kagame, out-rightly condemned the use of the products in November 2018, urging Rwanda’s ministry of health to take action. In response to a Twitter user who voiced concern over the issue, he was quoted saying: “Quite unhealthy among other things. Includes use of prohibited chemicals," adding that the ministry of health look into it urgently.
A while ago, the country had launched a campaign against the use of bleaching products, citing the health hazards as a major reason. The country's Standards Board warned the public about the use of products that contain hydroquinone, one of the prohibited ingredients in ordinary commercial cosmetics.
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