L'Oreal To Drop 'Whitening', 'Fairness', 'Lightening' From Products.

L'Oreal To Drop 'Whitening', 'Fairness', 'Lightening' From Products Amid Global Anti-Race Protests

The French cosmetic giant has decided to remove the words after global anti-race protests

Paris:

French cosmetics giant L'Oreal announced Saturday it was removing words like "whitening" from its products, against the backdrop of global anti-racism protests.

"The L'Oreal Group has decided to remove the words white/whitening, fair/fairness, light/lightening from all its skin evening products," the company said.

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