Lady behind viral skin bleaching video addresses Nigerians berating her procedure

Lady behind viral skin bleaching video addresses Nigerians berating her procedure

- A Nigerian beauty expert has reacted to a viral video of her work that got heavy backlash on social media

- The lady identified as Fareedah stated that she owes no one an explanation because she simply provided what her client wanted

- Fareedah also threatened to release screenshots of people that are sending her private messages on social media

Social media was recently set abuzz after a video surfaced online and showed the seemingly extreme process a Nigerian beauty expert had employed in whitening a woman’s skin.

In the disturbing video, the client was immersed into a bubbling bath, while the skin beauty expert scrapped layers off her dark skin.

Many had criticised the process employed in bleaching the skin and submitted that the client was exposing herself to cancer.

Well, the skin bleaching expert has now addressed Nigerians that have berated her procedure, in a video that is now making the rounds online.

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According to her, many of those that are abusing her have also stormed her direct messaging channel on Instagram, to question her skills as a skincare guru. She, however, threatened to release a screenshot of their messages if they do not back off.

Explaining herself further, the lady noted that all she did was to provide an instant service for a client that wanted immediate results.

Fareedah stated that she does not know why people have now resorted to calling her names simply because she was delivering a service.

Watch the video below:

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Meanwhile, reported some months ago that the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) advised Nigerians against the use of bleaching or skin whitening chemicals because they could lead to cancer and kidney malfunction.

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