- Actress Ini Edo recently spoke about how embarrassed she has been over the condition of her face
- The actress stated that she used a wrong skincare product
- Noting the effect of the wrong product, Ini assured her fans that she is not trying to bleach her skin
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Nollywood actress Ini Edo has taken to social media to express her sadness over a wrong product that got her skin messed up.
Ini shared a photo of her face on her official Instagram page to dismiss any thoughts that she is bleaching her skin. According to her, she loves her brown skin so much to want to get it bleached.
Narrating how her skin got discoloured, the actress stated that she was introduced to a skincare product after the one she uses finished during the lockdown.
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The film star noted that the new product messed up her face and she has been tending to it for many days.
"I've been depressed for a couple of days now because of my skin. You all know how much I love my skin and this terrible thing has happened to me. So, COVID happened and I ran out of skincare products and a friend of mine introduced me to this one. This is what I've been going through for the past one week. I haven't used anything on my face for the past one week because I'm trying to let this wear off. I'm just doing this video to let people out there know that they are not alone. One wrong product can damage your skin forever. I'm just praying that brown doesn't change like coke and fanta."
The actress stated that the condition of her face is embarrassing as she is on a movie set and her face looks like it has eczema on it.
A few days ago, Legit.ng reported that Ini Edo was named as the ambassador for women’s empowerment of the National Democratic Institute (NDI).
Her appointment came as a part of the organisation's goal to increase women’s representation in public office and also to address every obstacle to women's participation in the nation’s political space.
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