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Why Ghana Is Banning Skin Bleaching Products from Its Market


In a bid to promote public health, Ghana will from August this year ban skin-whitening products that have a bleaching agent hydroquinone, which is said to cause skin cancer, liver and kidney failures too.

Ghana has resolved to ban the use of skin lightening products which contain a bleaching agent hydroquinone including creams, body lotions, bath gels, and soaps.



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