Ance, wrinkles, skin blemishes, dark spots, and so, so many more. All of these are qualities that almost any skincare cream ad would list as a “problem” that their product offers to solve. But here’s the bigger (and definitely more relevant question), “are those really problems any more?”
In a time where people around the world are becoming more and more accepting of each other and communities becoming more and more inclusive, does skincare cream really have a place? Well, the short answer, is yes. But not for the reasons you might be thinking of.
First off, let’s take an example. Look at “skin lightening products”. Surely, just looking at those words must have done something to your “woke” conscience. But here’s the thing, it’s the marketing that’s the problem, not the cream itself. Because a “skin-lightening” cream is supposed to remove pollutants from the surface of your body which make it “cleaner”. The “lightning” part is just a side-effect, and of course, it goes without saying that this part affects different people to varying degrees. Therefore, yes, skincare and wellness creams will continue evolving in their relevance as long as there is a human need to stay hygienic and clean, which will hopefully last forever.
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