|Kemi Olunloyo's legs (Keminications Media)|
Many questions arose after I recommended that Linda Ikeji bleach her dark knees, knuckles and elbows. She is not a bleached person and maintains her dark complexion but looks like she has been the one cleaning her new office floors.
Linda can use Hydroquinone short term safely. Many of you said Hydroquinone is not safe and has been banned by NAFDAC in skin preparations. It is in 2% in most cosmetic creams in Africa however I dispense it in 4% in the USA pharmacy. Dermatologists prescribe it at 4% and we mix it up for dark knuckles and to fade other discoloured areas. The fake Nigerian health authorities just don't want you piling it up on your face without sunscreen.
Of course all the illiterate bloggers turned an innocent recommendation into a beef and headlines like "Kemi Olunloyo blasts Linda Ikeji's legs" etc etc. Shame on illiteracy. My legs are rubbed with palm oil twice a week before bedtime and I wear long stockings to prevent staining. Red palm oil soothes and smoothens my sexy legs. On the other note, I am the red carpet host for the Miss Hotlegs Nigeria pageant. At 52yo, legs looking like mine are to die for.
#HNNStyle Everyone has some imperfections. I have chunks of white hair scattered all over my scalp but I refuse to put dye in my hair cos I wear wigs 90% of the time. #LindaIkeji however needs some "cream" to tone out her knees and feet. A hydroquinone based bleaching or any whitening cream will do. Those knees and toes look darkly gross. Merry Christmas to u @officiallindaikeji #hnnbeauty #HNNWomen #hnnpersonality #hnnmedia