Well it seems Charlamagne from The Breakfast Club in his GTFOH way is firing back at those who are saying that he bleaches his skin. What’s the big deal?? If he does or not, however we believe the issue is how he is responding to the rumors. In an interview with The Brilliant Idiots, Charlamagne and his dermatologist Dr. Natasha Sandy of discussed a little about his skin care:
In another video EarHustle411 came across on YouTube, Charlamagne went in on everybody and sharing a few details about his skin color situation but wouldn’t divulge any information as to the what ingredients among other things that would be included in the make up of the products he is using.
Check out Charlemagne during an interview with VLADTV:
EarHustle411 did a little research on skin bleaching products. While we are not 100% sure of what is exactly in the product Dr. Sandy prescribed or “suggested” Charlamagne to use however, most topical skin regiments to “restore” skin discoloration have an ingredient in them called Hydroquinone. This ingredient is as defined by WedMD.com is:
Hydroquinone is used to lighten the dark patches of skin (also called hyperpigmentation, melasma, “liver spots,” “age spots,” freckles) caused by pregnancy, birth control pills, hormone medicine, or injury to the skin.
This medicine works by blocking the process in the skin that leads to discoloration. – WebMD
Truthfully speaking there’s nothing wrong with taking care of yourself medically, we should be proactive in caring for our health. If Charlamagne uses a product that “lightens” the discolored portions of his skin most likely it has this ingredient in it and that’s fine but why get upset when asked about it. Being in the public eye, one should want to look their best and EarHustle411 commends him for handling his business to proactively take care of his health. Most men would not do what he is doing. But since there’s been some questions about it either share with your public or simply stay quiet. He will not be the first not that last person of “color” to be suspected of bleaching their skin.
No need to get defensive about anything that’s not true!!
Source: YouTube, WebMD