Skin lightening practices: an epidemiological study of South African women of African and Indian ancestries

@article{Dlova2015SkinLP,
  title={Skin lightening practices: an epidemiological study of South African women of African and Indian ancestries},
  author={N. Dlova and S. Hamed and J. Tsoka-Gwegweni and A. Grobler},
  journal={British Journal of Dermatology},
  year={2015},
  volume={173}
}
Cutaneous adverse sequelae of skin lightening creams present with myriad skin complications and affect dermatology practice, particularly in sub‐Saharan Africa where such products are widely used, with a prevalence of 25–67%. 
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