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It is marketed as a correction cream and dark spot removal which evens skin tone. It is from a well respected beauty brand. I am only using it on my hands and a small dark patch on the side of my face.

You guys can say what you want that I have to embrace my skin colour when you lounge in the sun working on your tans trying to change yours. Seems it's ok when a white person changes their colour but not anyone else.
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What do you mean curry flavoured hands?
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What do you mean curry flavoured hands?
You know what I mean, brown hands reminds people of curry innit
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You know what I mean, brown hands reminds people of curry innit
Brown hands don’t remind me of curry. (And I have brown hands)
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Troll thread. Reported.
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mez_merising can you help?
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You guys can say what you want that I have to embrace my skin colour when you lounge in the sun working on your tans trying to change yours. Seems it's ok when a white person changes their colour but not anyone else.
I guess that's because tanning can happen naturally, without even trying for many, however to lighten your skin, you need to change it unnaturally.
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what's the name of this lightening cream? I also wanna get rid of dark spots
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(Original post by Anonymous)
It is marketed as a correction cream and dark spot removal which evens skin tone. It is from a well respected beauty brand. I am only using it on my hands and a small dark patch on the side of my face.

You guys can say what you want that I have to embrace my skin colour when you lounge in the sun working on your tans trying to change yours. Seems it's ok when a white person changes their colour but not anyone else.

I am just tired of having curry flavoured hands, it makes me sick. I love my skin colour everywhere else, it's a honey caramel brown and I get many compliments but I don't need goat stew on my hands.
And also, what are you asking us? It isn't very clear.
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what's the name of this lightening cream? I also wanna get rid of dark spots
Pond's clairant b3 dark spot correcting cream

I don't know yet if it works but it has good reviews
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You know what I mean, brown hands reminds people of curry innit
That sounds like a you problem.
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That sounds like a you problem.
Probably but no different to when white people complain they are too pasty and need a tan.
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Troll thread. Reported.
How am I a troll, everything I am saying here is true and it's a contentious issue that needs talking about. You are the troll.
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be proud of youre tone. why do you think white people are constantly trying to get a tan and become darker?

resolve your internalized racism first.
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be proud of youre tone. why do you think white people are constantly trying to get a tan and become darker?

resolve your internalized racism first.
And do you tell the white people who are tanning themselves to resolve their internalized racism and to be proud of their tone? or you just keep that rhetoric for your own people? hypoctite
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Probably but no different to when white people complain they are too pasty and need a tan.
Again that's their problem. I couldn't give a toot if you don't love yourself but please stop acting like being brown is the issue and not your insecurities.
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Wait. I don’t get why it’s just your hands though?!
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classic thread, imtiredofcurryflavouredhands
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And do you tell the white people who are tanning themselves to resolve their internalized racism and to be proud of their tone? or you just keep that rhetoric for your own people? hypoctite
they're doing it most likely for a trend. you called your hands curry.
im not even brown, i'm simply telling you to gain confidence.
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Again that's their problem. I couldn't give a toot if you don't love yourself but please stop acting like being brown is the issue and not your insecurities.
I care when people on here or irl don't love themselves...you're very cold you should work on that
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